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Yearbook of Paediatric Endocrinology 2022

ey0019.13-7 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.7. Mortality amongst children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in sub-Saharan Africa: the case study of the changing diabetes in children program in Cameroon

JC Katte , G Lemdjo , MY Dehayem , AG Jones , TJ McDonald , E Sobngwi , JC Mbanya Pediatr Diabetes 2022; 23: 33–37. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13294Brief Summary: Despite provision of free insulin by the Changing Diabetes in Children (CDiC) program, mortality remains high in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in Cameroon, in particular in rural settings and in families with no formal education.<p cl...

ey0019.13-8 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.8. Improving access to diabetes care for children: an evaluation of the changing diabetes in children project in Kenya and Bangladesh

T Palmer , HM Jennings , G Shannon , F Salustri , G Grewal , W Chelagat , M Sarker , N Pelletier , H Haghparast-Bidgoli , J Skordis Pediatr Diabetes 2022; 23:19–32. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13277Brief Summary: The Changing Diabetes in Children (CDiC) program successfully established a stable supply of free insulin in implementing facilities for children living in Kenya and Bangladesh. However, the program also has limitations, including concerns over its sustainability.<...

ey0019.13-9 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.9. Global estimates of incidence of type 1 diabetes in children and adolescents: results from the International Diabetes Federation atlas, 10th edition

GD Ogle , S James , D Dabelea , C Pihoker , J Svennson , J Maniam , EL Klatman , CC Patterson Diabetes Res Clin Pract 2022, 183:109083. doi: 10.1016/j.diabres.2021.109083Brief Summary: The incidence of Type 1 diabetes (T1D) in children and adolescents is increasing in many nations. The 10th edition of the International Diabetes Federation Atlas reports that an estimated 108,300 youth aged < 15 years a...

ey0019.13-10 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.10. Hemoglobin A1c trajectories in the first 18 months after diabetes diagnosis in the SWEET diabetes registry

P Prahalad , A Schwandt , S Besancon , M Mohan , B Obermannova , M Kershaw , R Bonfanti , A Pundziute Lycka , R Hanas , K Casteels , the SWEET Study Group Pediatr Diabetes 2022; 23: 228–236. doi: 10.1111/pedi.13278Brief Summary: Analysis of the multi-national SWEET diabetes registry showed that mean HbA1c in youth is highest at diagnosis and lowest at 4 to 5 months post-diagnosis. The HbA1c trajectory was lower in countries with nationalized health insurance. High gross domestic p...

ey0019.13-11 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.11. Validation study and outcomes of the diabetes quality of life in youth instrument in Haitian youth with type 1 diabetes residing in Haiti

Y Victor , V Lorgeat , B Coriolan , Z Kamal , R Vincent , JE von Oettingen , K Altenor Can J Diabetes 2022: 46; 32e39. doi: 10.1016/j.jcjd.2021.04.010Brief Summary: This validation study and survey showed that the Diabetes Quality of Life for Youth (DQOLY) questionnaire and the EuroQol Visual Analogue Scale (EQ-VAS) are valid measures of Health-Related Quality of Life in Haitian youth with type 1 ...

ey0019.13-12 | Diabetes | ESPEYB19

13.12. Approach to diagnosing a pediatric patient with severe insulin resistance in low- or middle-income countries

AA van Heerwaarde , RCW Klomberg , CMA van Ravenswaaij-Arts , HK Ploos van Amstel , Toekoen A , F Jessurun , A Garg , DCM van der Kaay or Clin Endocrinol Metab 2021, 106, 3621–3633. doi: 10.1210/clinem/dgab549Brief Summary: This expert perspective proposes that a thorough review of medical history and physical examination is generally sufficient to diagnose ...