Socioeconomic inequalities and diabetes: A systematic review from Iran

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Socioeconomic factor is a determinant of health may contribute to diabetes. We conducted a systematic review to summarizing evidences on associations between socioeconomic factors and diabetes in Iranian population. We systematically searched international databeses; ISI, PubMed/Medline, Scopus, and national databases Iranmedex, Irandoc, and Scientific Information Database (SID) to retrieve relevant articles to socioeconomic factors and diabetes without limitation on time. All identified articles were screened, quality assessed and data extracted by two authors independently.From 74 retrieved articles, 15 cases were relevant. We found increased diabetes prevalence among female sex, over 50 years' old age, illiterate population, retired status, unemployed, urban residents, and low economic status. There was a negative association between social capital and diabetes control. Diabetes complications were more frequent in upper age group, higher education levels and low income populations.Socioeconomic factors were associated with diabetes that leads to inequality. Improving modifiable factors through priority based interventions helps to diabetes prevention and control.

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Peykari, N., Djalalinia, S., Qorbani, M., Sobhani, S., Farzadfar, F., & Larijani, B. (2015, February 25). Socioeconomic inequalities and diabetes: A systematic review from Iran. Journal of Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders. BioMed Central Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1186/s40200-015-0135-4

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