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Yearbook of Paediatric Endocrinology 2021

ey0018.13-2 | Diabetes | ESPEYB18

13.2. Worldwide differences in childhood type 1 diabetes: The SWEET experience

M Saiyed , D Hasnani , GT Alonso , E Richmond , S Besancon , A Cotterill , U Ngwu , C Mazza , D Rottenbourg , S Lanzinger

Pediatr Diabetes 2020;1–8. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13137– As part of the SWEET initiative, the authors analyzed the clinical characteristics of 26,726 individuals with type 1 diabetes (T1D) aged < 21 years living in Europe, Asia/Middle East/Africa, Australia/New Zealand, North America and South America– Among patient care indicators, the percent of HbA1c < 7.5% ranged between r...

ey0018.13-3 | Diabetes | ESPEYB18

13.3. Rapid increases in observed incidence and prevalence of Type 1 diabetes in children and youth in Mali, 2007-2016

JL Sandy , S Besancon , AT Sidibe , M Minkailou , A Togo , GD Ogle

Pediatr Diabetes. 2021;1–7. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13191– The development of an awareness campaign and of a prospective registry in Mali enabled the collection of more accurate data on the incidence, prevalence and mortality of Type 1 diabetes (T1D) in children and youth <25 years– T1D incidence rose from 0.12 in 2007 to 0.74 in 2016 and T1D prevalence from 0.43 in 2007 to 2.90 in...

ey0018.13-4 | Diabetes | ESPEYB18

13.4. Heat-stability study of various insulin types in tropical temperature conditions: New insights towards improving diabetes care

B Kaufmann , P Boulle , F Berthou , M Fournier , D Beran , I Ciglenecki , M Townsend , G Schmidt , M Shah , S Cristofani , P Cavailler , M Foti , L Scapozza

PLoS ONE 2021;16: e0245372. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0245372– According to pharmacopeia, unopened insulin vials must be stored in a refrigerator (2–8 °C) while storage at ambient temperature (25–28 °C) is usually permitted for the 4-week usage period during treatment– The authors investigated whether insulin remains stable and retains biological activity...

ey0018.13-5 | Diabetes | ESPEYB18

13.5. Access to insulin delivery devices and glycated haemoglobin in lower-income countries

EL Klatman , GD Ogle

World J Diabetes 2020; 11: 358–369.– To assess access to insulin delivery devices and HbA1c in 41 countries supported by the Life for a Child (LFAC) program– Syringes (83.1%), insulin pens (16.7%) and pumps (0.2%) were used for insulin delivery– If supplies were not donated, there was variable access to HbA1c testing within publi...