Hospitalizations for diabetes mellitus and the Family Health Strategy, Paraná, Brazil, 2000-2012

Resumo Objetivou-se identificar a tend ência das internações por Diabetes Mellitus e a correlação com a cobertura da Estratégia Saúde da Família (ESF) no Estado do Paraná, segundo Regionais de Saúde (RS), entre 2000 e 2012. Estudo ecológico de dados secundários do Sistema de Informações Hospitalares do Sistema Único de Saú de e do Departamento da Atenção Básica. Verificou-se tendência decrescente para as taxas de internação geral (de 10,2 para 9,0/10.000 habitantes), porém, tendência crescente para algumas RS. Observou-se correlação entre as taxas de internação e a cobertura da ESF para o estado; correlaç ão forte e inversa para as RS de Paranaguá, Metropolitana, Foz do Iguaçu e Umuarama; e correlação forte e direta para as RS de Pato Branco, Campo Mourão, Cianorte, Telêmaco Borba e Ivaiporã. No geral, as internações por Diabetes Mellitus mostraram-se decrescentes e sem correlação com a c obertura da ESF, porém, observaram-se diferenças conforme as RS.Abstract The aim of this study was to identify trends in hospitalization for diabetes mellitus and their correlation with the Family Health Strategy (FHS) coverage in the state of Paran á, by Health District (HD), between 2000 and...
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