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Járai Zoltán1, 2, Wittmann István3 1Szt. The subjects with prediabetes are usually asymptomatic, and this is the reason why this condition rarely diagnosed in spite of clear suggestions of the relevant guidelines for screening of population at high risk. However, the recognition of prediabetes is important, because it causes increased cardiovascular risk. Unequivocal data proves the increased hazard and frequency of subclinical organ damage, and manifest cardiovascular endpoints, like coronary heart disease, stroke and heart failure among patients with prediabetes. More and more data suggests that the treatment of prediabetes with lifestyle measures and pharmacotherapy decreases not only the risk of manifest type 2 diabetes, but also the risk of cardiovascular complications.
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Sincethe total number of deaths in our world has grown steadily, but every year there has been an ever-increasing decline in each age group, especially between 20 and 40 years. In all life groups, cardiovascular diseases are the dominant factors of total mortality. During the last two decades in case of cardiovascular diseases, the number of deaths and the loss of life years perinhabitants — especially rheumatic heart disease, stroke, ischemic heart disease and cardiomyopathy — have decreased significantly. Data on domestic mortality and lost years of life have improved steadily however, they were far worse than those in developed European countries.
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