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Authors: Rakhimovа G. N., Alimovа N. U.
Abstract: The Register cards included demographic data, duration of the disease, insulin therapy type, fasting glycemia parameters, postprandial glycemia, presence of late vascular complications, date and cause of death. Carbohydrate metabolism compensation parameters were assessed in compliance with ISPAD recommendations (2007). Analysis of carbohydrate metabolism compensation in children with type I diabetes mellitus during the National Register showed that as a whole in Uzbekistan optimum parameters of carbohydrate metabolism (fasting glycemia) were 30.5%. Suboptimal carbohydrate metabolism parameters were found in 14.0% of the children. Fasting glycemia level exceeding 8.0 mmol/l was registered in the majority of the patients (52.4%). When assessing postprandial glycemia optimum carbohydrate parameters in the children were found 38.2%. 40.0% of children had suboptimal carbohydrate metabolism parameters. 16.4% of children were at the decompensation stage, that is, postprandial glycemia was higher than 2.5 mmol/l in these children. As per 2007 National Register the satisfying degree of compensation was failed to be achieved in 47.6% of children with type I diabetes mellitus that need changes in tactics of management
Keywords: children, type 1 diabetes, glycemic control
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