Antecedentes familiares: una oportunidad para intervenir precozmente y mejorar el control de la hipertensión, la obesidad y la diabetes

@article{Sande2001AntecedentesFU,
  title={Antecedentes familiares: una oportunidad para intervenir precozmente y mejorar el control de la hipertensi{\'o}n, la obesidad y la diabetes},
  author={Marianne A. B. van der Sande and Gijs Walraven and Paul Milligan and Winston A. S. Banya and Sana M. Ceesay and Ousman Nyan and Keith P. W. J. McAdam},
  journal={Bulletin of The World Health Organization},
  year={2001},
  volume={79},
  pages={321-328}
}
Objetivo Determinar si la existencia de unos antecedentes familiares de alto riesgo de sufrir enfermedades no transmisibles (ENT) constituı́a un factor de riesgo relevante para esas dolencias entre los miembros de la familia en una población de estudio de Gambia, paı́s donde los sólidos lazos comunitarios y la cohesión familiar son determinantes importantes que deben tenerse en cuenta a la hora de promover cambios del estilo de vida. Métodos Pedimos a 5389 adultos que mencionaran cualquier… 
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