Cesar Augusto Vega LopezUniversidad La Salle , Mexico
Title: Obesity and diabetes interconnected pathologies
Due to the high prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus, it has become a global health problem. Currently, the involvement of obesity is recognized as the most important risk factor for its development, taking into account that even in patients with normal weight, a high percentage of body fat can be found. Changes in dietary hygienic habits are interventions aimed at prevention and treatment. The choice of pharmacological treatment should take into account the control of the muscle/fat ratio in the control of body weight. Bariatric surgery is indicated in patients with a BMI > 35 kg/m2 with associated risk factors, highlighting the partial remission that occurs after the procedure, with long-term studies of its beneficial effect being necessary. Due to the importance of these pathologies, the subject is reviewed.
Graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of La Salle University as general surgeon, where he obtained the "Pfizer Award for Excellence academic”. Cesar Vega specialized in Internal Medicine at the Hospital Angeles del Pedregal endorsed by La Salle University from 2006 to 2010. He is the author of 18 medical articles and has co-authored chapters in two books on the specialty.For six years it has had National Certification in force by the Council Mexican Internal Medicine and is a member of the College of Medicine Internal of Mexico. He is a professor at La Salle University in the preparation course for admission to medical residencies