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Title:Medicinska stroka, država in društva bolnikov nepogrešljivi partnerji v skrbi za zdravje in kakovost življenja bolnikov z osteoporozo
Authors:Hlade Zore, Duša (Author)
Files:URL http://www.ivz.si/javne_datoteke/bilten/datoteke/156-Hlade%20Zore.pdf
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Not categorized
Tipology:1.04 - Professional Article
Organization:FHŠ - Faculty of Humanities
Abstract:Osteoporoza ponavadi pride brez opozorila in je ena najpogostejših, a najmanj prepoznanih bolezni Evropske skupnosti, čeprav v svetu in tudi pri nas že dobiva razsežnosti epidemije. Statistika kaže, da si bo do svojega 80. leta starosti zaradi neprepoznane in nezdravljene bolezni kost zlomila vsaka tretja ženska in vsak sedmi moški. Bolezen ne pomeni le težav za bolnika, temveč tudi za državno blagajno, saj se bodo stroški zdravljenja zaradi staranja prebivalstva v naslednjih petdesetih letih brez učinkovitega preprečevanja bolezni izjemno povečali. Svetovna zdravstvena organizacija je za leto 2000 ugotovila, da so stroški zdravljenja osteoporoznih zlomov v Evropski uniji znašali 30 milijard evrov, a da se bo že leta 2020 ta vsota podvojila. (1) Veliko razlogov je torej, da za zdravje posameznic in posameznikov poskrbimo tudi v Sloveniji s sistematičnim in usklajenim ravnanjem zdravstvenih inštitucij, oblasti in društev bolnikov. Za koordinacijo pa si prizadevamo tudi na ravni Evropske unije, v okviru Posvetovalne in Interesne skupine za Osteoporozo, ki delujeta pod okriljem Evropskega parlamenta. (2) Na Zvezi društev bolnikov z osteoporozo Slovenijesmo prepričani, da bo le sodelovanje in partnerstvo z zdravstvenimi delavci in državo v skrbi za zdravje in kakovost življenja bolnikov z osteoporozo in pripadnikov vseh generacij, ki želijo nekaj storiti za svoje zdravje in se pred osteoporozo in njenimi posledicami ubraniti, uspešno.
Keywords:osteoporoza, društva, Slovenija
Year of publishing:2009
Number of pages:str. 121-124
Numbering:Letn. 25, št. 4
ISSN:1318-2927
UDC:61
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Abstract:Osteoporosis usually comes without prior warning and is one of the most frequent, yet least recognisable diseases in the Europen Union, although worldwide - and also in Slovenia - it is already reaching the extent of an epidemic. Statistics indicate that, on accaount of this unrecognised and untreated disease, by the age of 80 every third woman and every seventh man will suffer from a bone fracture. The disease causes difficulties not only forthe patient, but also for the state treasury, since in the coming fifty years with the increasing ageing of the population, the cost of treatment of the disease - if active preventive measures are not taken - will be imensly increased. For the year 2000, the Wiorld Health Organisation (WHO) establishedthat the cost of treating osteoporosis fractures in the European Union had amounted to 30 billion euros, and that this sum will already have doubled by the year 2020. (1) There are, therefore, numerous reasons why we inSlovenia should also be concerned for the health of individuals through systematic and co-ordinated action involving health institutions, governement authorities and patients' societies. With regard to co-operation, we are also involved at the Europen Union level with the framework of the Advisory and Interest Groups, which operate under the auspicies of the Europen Parliament. At the Slovene Osteoporosis Patients Society we are convinced of the need for co-operation and partnership between healthcare pprofessionals and the state in caring for the health and quality of life of osteoporosis patients, and also involving those belonging to all generations who wish to do something fortheir own health and to defend themselves against osteoporosis and its cobsequences. Only in this way can our work be successful.

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