ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2018: Stages of type 1 diabetes in children and adolescents
Pediatric Diabetes,Volume 19, Issue S27, Page 20-27, October 2018.
Journal Name: Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism Issue: Ahead of print
The risk was particularly high for type 1 diabetics, according to a large study by the George Institute for Global Health in Oxford. Diabetes is already known to put patients at a higher risk of heart disease.
Authors: Bhagat AK, Bhardwaj H, Bhardwaj BL, Goyal S, Jaura S, Jain P Abstract Introduction: Cataract represents one of the most frequent eye complications in type 1 DM and type 2 DM patients; contrarily, acute cataract in young diabetic patients occurs very rarely. Only few cases with acute bilateral cataract - all relatively shortly after the diagnosis of type 1 DM have been reported. It can affect visual acuity from slight visual impairment to complete blindness. Although usually associated with chronic hyperglycaemia, it may also occur on rapid restoration of euglycaemia.1 Early detection of diabetes and adequa...
Expert commentary is provided on this study which found that children with type 1 diabetes were more likely to receive help to aid transition whereas less than a quarter of those with cerebral palsy or autistic spectrum disorder received help to transition into adult services.
Sensors, Vol. 19, Pages 3168: Classification of Postprandial Glycemic Status with Application to Insulin Dosing in Type 1 Diabetes—An In Silico Proof-of-Concept Sensors doi: 10.3390/s19143168 Authors: Cappon Facchinetti. Sparacino. Georgiou Herrero In the daily management of type 1 diabetes (T1D), determining the correct insulin dose to be injected at meal-time is fundamental to achieve optimal glycemic control. Wearable sensors, such as continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices, are instrumental to achieve this purpose. In this paper, we show how CGM data, together with commonly recorded input...
ter The virome is comprised of endogenous retroviruses, eukaryotic viruses, and bacteriophages and is increasingly being recognized as an essential part of the human microbiome. The human virome is associated with Type-1 diabetes (T1D), Type-2 diabetes (T2D), Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD), Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) infection, and cancer. Increasing evidence also supports trans-kingdom interactions of viruses with bacteria, small eukaryotes and host in disease progression. The present review focuses on virus ecology and biology and how this translates mostly to human gut virome research. Current challenges i...
Classically, people with type 1 diabetes mellitus T1D present with several weeks of osmotic symptoms (polyuria and polydipsia), fatigue and weight loss that, in the absence of treatment, progress rapidly towards diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) . This presentation is seen most frequently in children but symptoms and signs can be variable . In adults, T1D may present even with appreciable residual insulin secreting capacity [3,4]. After diagnosis and initiation of insulin treatment, there may be a period of temporary restoration of β-cell function that can last from months to years [5,6].
AbstractAims/IntroductionTo clarify the prevalence of albuminuria and renal dysfunction and related factors in Japanese patients with diabetes, we analyzed the baseline data of The Japan Diabetes Complication and its Prevention prospective (JDCP) study.Materials and MethodsWe used the data of 355 patients with type 1 diabetes and 5,194 patients with type 2 diabetes to evaluate the prevalence of albuminuria and renal dysfunction and related factors. A binomial logistic regression analysis was used to investigate independent contributing factors for eGFR
Conditions: Diabetes Mellitus, Type 1; Diabetes Mellitus Interventions: Drug: Lantus Solostar, 100 Units/mL Subcutaneous Solution; Drug: Insulin RinGlar, 100 Units/mL Subcutaneous Solution Sponsor: Geropharm Completed