Epidemiology of type 1 diabetes. Pedro Romero-Aroca - Google Tudós
Material and methods: This was a retrospective cohort study of Hungarian children and adolescents aged 18 years or younger. Pharmacologically treated diabetes cases were obtained through a population-based registry of the Hungarian National Health Insurance Fund.
Time series analysis was used to evaluate the cukorbetegség kialakulása patterns of the incidence and prevalence for type 1 and type 2 diabetes covering a year period.
Newly diagnosed T2DM cases accounted for The male-to-female ratio among newly diagnosed T1DM patients did not change over the study period.
The overall prevalence of T2DM did not change significantly. Conclusions: According to these population-based Hungarian data of children and adolescents with diabetes, T1DM is still the most common form and its frequency continues to rise, affecting more males than females. A high proportion of patients have T2DM, affecting more females than males, but the occurrence of medically treated cases is not increasing.
The decrease in male-to-female ratio in newly diagnosed T2DM cases needs further investigations. További publikációk.