Clinical Topics and Safe Driving
The risks of a late clinical complication are variable in the different diabetic patients, they appear with the progression of the disease over time.
It should be attempted that the treatment prescribed minimizes the risk of hypoglycemia and can maintain blood glucose within normal limits.
Given the possibility of a significant glucose reduction in the CNS, the activity of the upper brain centers decreases to reduce cerebral energy needs.
The most common form of diabetic neuropathy is distal and symmetrical polyneuropathy. For more information about road safety tips visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Obesity accounts for 78% of the cases of hypertension in men and of 65% in women. For more information about road safety tips visit Fundación MAPFRE.
Weight loss is mandatory in obese drivers, in order to reduce the rate of accidents and their consequences. More road safety tips at Fundación MAPFRE.
Acute episodes of Gout in obese people are frequent and disable driving. More about endocrinometic complications of the obese driver at Fundación MAPFRE.
Orthopedic, digestive and psychological complications in the obese driver and characteristics when driving
Orthopedic complications of the obese are frequent and disable driving. More about orthopedic complications of the obese driver at Fundación MAPFRE.
Appetite disorders (bulimia nervosa and anorexia nervosa) are frequent and disable driving. More about appetite disorders and driving at Fundación MAPFRE.
Learn more about Acromegaly, Diabetes Insight, Adult Hypopituitarism and the influence of these diseases on driving. More at Fundación MAPFRE.
Learn more about Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism and the effects of these diseases on driving. Visit Fundación MAPFRE for more information.
Discover here the effects on driving caused by parathyroid gland disorders such as hyperparathyroidism or hypoparathyroidism. More at Fundación MAPFRE.