Clinical Topics and Safe Driving
The elderly person either driver or pedestrian takes a lower risk, knows his limitations and reduces his mobility to avoid the road risk. More details here.
Understanding the problems of elderly drivers will lead to the development of a reliable, valid assessment. For more details visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Not only elderly drivers but also elderly pedestrians are at a significant risk of accident, since cars get into all corners and intersections.
Epileptic drivers are advised against driving during treatment changes or if they do not comply with it properly. More information at Fundación MAPFRE.
Dyspepsia is characterized by abdominal symptoms referred to the proximal digestive tract. For more details about road safety tips tips visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Gastroesophageal reflux (GER) involves the passage of gastric contents to the esophagus in the absence of nausea, vomiting, or belching. More details here.
Dysphagia is the subjective feeling of difficulty in swallowing, due to a poor progression of the matter taken from the pharynx to the stomach.
Difficult or infrequent evacuation of feces is a common disease affecting 18% of adults and usually causes abdominal pain and distention. More details here.
Acute inflammation of the pancreas is commonly associated in most cases with biliary disease and second with excessive alcohol consumption.
Learn more about Chronic liver disease, ascites, anal incontinence, and driving. For more details about road safety tips visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Learn more about Hemorrhoids, anal fissure, and their impact on driving. For more details about road safety tips visit our site Fundación MAPFRE.
As with other systemic diseases, all the body is affected in diabetes mellitus and, therefore, its disorders can cause any sign or symptom.