Harmonium & Diabetes

Rooted in diabetes

Harmonium Pharma and Diabetes

415

million


people live with diabetes worldwide in 2015.
5

million


deaths caused by diabetes each year.
542

thousand


children with type 1 diabetes.

40-59

years old

the mostly affected age range.


What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic disease that impacts the quality of lives and its daily management turns out to be difficult: compliance of treatment, frequent measurements of blood glucose, adaptation of insulin needs, prevention of complications and / or their monitoring, etc. In addition, the psychological impact of diabetes must not be overlooked: studies have shown that people living with diabetes can feel really down due to the heaviness of the diabetes complications.

Beside this, it is often difficult for people suffering from diabetes to know whom to speak to, where to find appropriate information and advice outside of the medical world in order to feel less lonely in facing the disease.due to the burden of diabetes complications.

This is the reason why we have decided to create the Diabetic Corner pharmacies: easily accessible locations to the patient which are not intended to replace the role of specialists and physicians, but have been equipped with a comprehensive portfolio of products and services to represent a territorial integration of the specialized healthcare network in order to support people affected by diabetes with the daily management of their disease.

Source: International Diabetes Federation, 2015. www.idf.org – Diabetes Atlas IDF 4e Edition 2009

46.5%

of adults with diabetes are undiagnosed

Rooted in diabetes

Harmonium and Diabetes

415

million


of people live with diabetes worldwide in 2015.
5

million


diabetes was responsible for 5 million deaths per year.
542

thousand


children have type 1 diabetes.

40-59

years old

the greatest number of people with diabetes are between 40-59 years old.


What is diabetes?

Diabetes is a chronic disease that impacts the quality of lives and its daily management turns out to be difficult: compliance of treatment, frequent measurements of blood glucose, adaptation of insulin needs, prevention of complications and / or their monitoring, etc. In addition, the psychological impact of diabetes must not be overlooked: studies have shown that people living with diabetes can feel really down due to the heaviness of the diabetes complications.

46.5%

of adults with diabetes are undiagnosed

Beside this, it can be sometimes difficult today for the people suffering from diabetes to know whom to speak to, where to find appropriate information and advice outside of the medical world in order to feel less lonely facing the disease.

This this reason that we have identified in the pharmacy the nearest place in the field to the patient, which does not replace the role of specialists and physicians, but it is integrated with them in the healthcare network in order to support people with diabetes for the management of the disease.

Source: International Diabetes Federation, 2015. www.idf.org – Diabetes Atlas IDF 4e Edition 2009

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