Type 1 Diabetes Information Center
Type 1 diabetes predisposes children and adults to autoimmune diseases, which can impair glucose metabolism and interfere with insulin therapy.
The effect of high-intensity interval training with a bout of moderate-intensity continuous training on glucose levels was examined in T1D.
Day-and-night hybrid closed-loop insulin delivery improves glucose control compared with sensor-augmented pump therapy.
Repeated exposure to high levels of HbA1c was associated with increased risk for dementia in a cohort of patients age ≥50 with type 1 diabetes.
WHO has developed guidelines for selecting therapy for treatment intensiﬁcation in type 2 diabetes and on the use of insulin in type 1 and 2 diabetes in resource-poor settings.
Researchers found that patients with T1DM and poor glycemic control were more frequently diagnosed with infections.
Excess risk differed by up to 5 times across different diagnosis age groups.
The PedsQL 3.2 can assist in identify new and existing therapeutic interventions for individuals with different diabetes-specific health-related quality of life profiles.
It is critical for us to remember that children are not little adults. Pediatric-onset diabetes is different from adult-onset diabetes due to its distinct epidemiology, pathophysiology, developmental considerations, and response to therapy.
The new Flash Glucose Monitoring System enables patients to wear the sensor for up to 14 days compared with the existing FreeStyle Libre System that was approved for 10-day wear.