Temporal analysis of hospitalizations for Diabetes Mellitus in Brazil and its relationship with COVID-19: ecological study

Authors

  • Amanda Chabrour Chehadi
  • Beatriz da Silva Morandi
  • Gelma Maria Jerônymo Vieira Neves
  • Maria Paula Cerutti Dumoncel
  • Murillo Martins Cardoso
  • Sandra Maria Barbalho

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-052

Keywords:

COVID-19, diabetes mellitus, hospitalization, mortality

Abstract

Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a condition resulting from changes in cartilage or the effect of insulin, resulting in chronic hyperglycemia. In diabetic patients, the presence of COVID-19 increases the rates of serious complications and there is a greater risk of mortality. To analyze the phenotypic characteristics of hospitalizations and mortality rates due to DM in Brazil through epidemiological data and their relationship with COVID-19. This is an observational, descriptive, cross-sectional, quantitative and retrospective study; carried out with analysis of secondary data on hospitalizations for DM, through the Information Technology Department of the Unified Health System (DataSUS) in the period from 2018 to 2022 in Brazil. Variables of year of service, region, race/color, age group and sex were considered. In the present analysis, there is a greater MT in the Southeast and Northeast regions of Brazil. In terms of gender distribution, the highest prevalence is in males (51.05%), but with lower MT than females (2.69 x 2.84), with the population aged between 50 and over. 80 years old with higher percentages of international and TM. Finally, it is clear that the Brown race required more hospitalizations (41.68%), while the Black race was associated with the highest mortality rates. In the present study, it is possible to analyze that the phenotypic characteristics of diabetic patients influence the mortality prognosis, providing the basis for further research with the aim of analyzing the mechanisms that lead to the epidemiological aspects with greater prevalence of TM.

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Published

2024-02-09

How to Cite

Chehadi, A. C., Morandi, B. da S., Neves, G. M. J. V., Dumoncel, M. P. C., Cardoso, M. M., & Barbalho, S. M. (2024). Temporal analysis of hospitalizations for Diabetes Mellitus in Brazil and its relationship with COVID-19: ecological study. CONTRIBUCIONES A LAS CIENCIAS SOCIALES, 17(2), e4078. https://doi.org/10.55905/revconv.17n.2-052