Aspects of examination of patients with diabetes mellitus type 1 and 2 in the office of sociomedical assessment

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When examining citizens in federal state medical and social examination institutions when recognizing a person as disabled, it is necessary to apply the criteria for determining disability set out in Order of the Ministry of Labor of Russia dated August 27, 2019 No. 585н. The conditions for recognizing a citizen as a disabled person are persistent violations of body functions, which lead to a limitation in various categories of life, the need for social support. A quantitative assessment of the severity of persistent dysfunctions of the human body is determined in percent. Certain clauses of the Order regulate the examination of citizens with diabetes. The article sets out the generally accepted criteria for assessing the severity of diabetes and its complications, the main research methods to determine the dysfunction of the target organs for a timely and reasonable referral for examination at the bureau of medical and social examination.


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Sergey V. Stolov

Saint-Petersburg Postgraduate Institute of Medical expert; I.I. Mechnikov North-Western State Medical University

Author for correspondence.
Email: sv100lov@gmail.com
SPIN-code: 5492-2429
Scopus Author ID: 25177

Russian Federation, Saint-Petersburg

candidate of medical sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Therapy, Medical and Social Expertise and Rehabilitation №1 “Saint-Petersburg Postgraduate Institute of Medical Еxperts”

Elena M. Ugleva

Saint-Petersburg Postgraduate Institute of Medical expert

Email: uglevaem@mail.ru
ORCID iD: 0000-0002-1130-5913
SPIN-code: 8589-8371
Scopus Author ID: 220013

Russian Federation, Saint-Petersburg

MD, PhD

Tatiana Yu. Yamshchikova

Saint-Petersburg Postgraduate Institute of Medical expert

Email: tania@tirn.spb.ru
SPIN-code: 4985-2190
Scopus Author ID: 704069

Russian Federation, Saint-Petersburg

MD, PhD

Olga V. Makarova

Saint-Petersburg Postgraduate Institute of Medical expert

Email: olgamak2012@mail.ru
SPIN-code: 3301-1322
Scopus Author ID: 706047

Russian Federation, Saint-Petersburg

MD, PhD

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