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Ghaedi Heydari F, Toghian Chaharsoghi N. The Effect of Simultaneous Incidence of Diabetes and Depression. Jorjani Biomed J 2012; 1 (1) :1-8
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1- m, Sciences Medical of University Qom, Midwifery and Nursing of School, Instructor, Nursing Health Mental of MSc.
2- an, Isfahan, Isfahan in Hospital Kashani of Nurse, Nursing Pediatric of M , toghiann@gamil.com
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Diabetes is one of the main reasons for pathogenicity, death and increase in the cost of health services all over the world, and in case it occurs simultaneously with depression, the extent and severity of the symptoms will increase, as depression is one of the most prevalent psychological disorders in diabetic people which can result in more undesirable changes in the prognosis of the disease. Therefore, this study was conducted to determine the simultaneous incidence of diabetes and depression and some related issues. This

The incidence of depression together with diabetes causes a decrease in metabolic control, medication adherence, decreased quality of life, failure to follow appropriate diets, increase in the costs of health care, incapability, death, and increase in the use of insulin and diabetic symptoms. These illnesses underlie numerous illnesses such as dementia disorders and affect the entire process of treatment.

Diabetes, like other medical disorders, has a considerable interaction with depression and regarding that the incidence of depression in diabetic people is high, it is necessary to screen depression and to provide remedies such as education in order to improve the coping ability in these patients.

study is a library research. To find related articles and studies, reliable websites were searched (magiran, sciencedirect, ovid, springer, proquest), and in general, among 82 articles 74 ones were studied.
Keywords: Diabetes, Depression.
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Type of Article: Original article | Subject: General medicine
Received: 2014/09/24 | Accepted: 2014/09/24 | Published: 2014/09/24

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