ISPAD recommends adjustments for fluid management regarding rehydration rates in children and adolescents with diabetes ketoacidosis.
The MiniMed 670G system measures glucose levels every 5 minutes and automatically adjusts insulin delivery to avoid highs and lows.
In children with type 1 diabetes, the Omnipod hybrid closed-loop personal model system was safe and performed well.
Researchers assessed whether current metabolic parameters are inversely associated with cognitive functioning.
Researchers assessed the effect of formula supplementation vs breastfeeding on the gut microbiome and risk of infant overweight.
Subcutaneous burosumab decreases mean Thacher rickets severity total score from dosing every two weeks or every four weeks.
These findings can inform clinical practice in that type 2 diabetes should be considered in ADHD even in the absence of other known risk factors.
Investigators examined changes in weight from childhood to early adulthood and the risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
Investigators examined glycemic control variations in 8 high-income countries from multicenter registries in children with type 1 diabetes.
Maternal caffeine intake >200 mg/day during pregnancy was associated with high weight gain velocity beginning from the first months of life and higher BMI throughout childhood.
For children and adults with type 1 diabetes, consuming a very low-carbohydrate diet is associated with exceptional glycemic control.
Routine screening for neonatal hypoglycemia after pregnancies complicated by gestational diabetes (GD) reveals high incidence of both mild and severe hypoglycemia for both diet-controlled and insulin-treated GD and across the full range of birth weight centiles.
The authors advised clinicians to carefully consider which antipsychotics they prescribe their patients with metabolic dysfunction, as some are known to be diabetogenic.
Mitochondrial, Muscle Ultrastructural Abnormalities Observed in Skeletal Muscle of Young Adults With T1DMay 02, 2018
The study highlights mitochondrial and autophagic differences in the muscles of young adults with type 1 diabetes with moderate glycemic control who exceed recommended activity levels.
Study is the first to reveal a higher prevalence of iodine deficiency and hypothyroidism in children receiving chronic parenteral nutrition.
Compared to standard insulin treatment, noninsulin antidiabetic agents did not present an increased risk for fetal losses or major malformations when used in the first trimester of pregnancy.
Further clinical trials are needed to explore the potential beneficial effect of vitamin D supplementation, via fortified foods and/or dietary supplements, on insulin resistance, and possibly on weight management.
Ethnicity,race, markers of insulin resistance, and genetic factors might help identify obese youth at risk for developing fatty liver.
Physically active young adults with type 1 diabetes have alterations in mitochondrial ultrastructure and bioenergetics within skeletal muscle.
Awareness of ASD and its manifestations and comorbidities remain imperative in the treatment of T1D, as both conditions require long-term medical follow-up to continue improving diabetes care and metabolic control outcomes.
Researchers examined the relationship between early to mid-childhood adiposity measures and mid-childhood alanine aminotransferase levels.
Parents and healthcare workers should carefully consider the risk for obesity in infants born to women with diabetes, especially infants born large for gestational age, and should initiate preventive measures where possible.
Early treatment of cardiovascular disease risk factors such as dyslipidemia and hypertension will have long-term benefits with low risk and cost and should be more widely used in pediatric type 1 diabetes care.
Of various interventions used in nonclinical settings for the prevention of childhood overweight and obesity, school-based programs that combine nutrition and exercise and include a home-based component appear to be the most effective approaches.
Researchers evaluated the association between low maternal vitamin D status in early pregnancy and the likelihood of childhood obesity in the offspring.
Results comparing the prevalence of obesity amongst adolescents with the rate of bariatric surgeries were presented at ENDO 2018.
Research findings indicate improved glycemic outcomes in children with T1D using the MiniMed 670G system, similar to those observed for adolescents and adults.
Findings demonstrated a high incidence of sodium alterations in children following transsphenoidal surgery, with a 38% combined incidence of diabetes insipidus and syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion.
An increasing number of studies support the use of continuous glucose monitoring in adult patients with T2D, and the observed benefits are likely to extend to youth with T2D.
Researchers used data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey for 1999 to 2016 to update the prevalence data on obesity trends among US children and adolescents age 2 to 19 years.
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