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Diabetes Care. 2013 Jul;36(7):2035-7. doi: 10.2337/dc12-1959. Epub 2013 Jan 22.

Most youth with type 1 diabetes in the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry do not meet American Diabetes Association or International Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes clinical guidelines.

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Beck R, Becker B, Carpenter C, Chen V, Cheng P, Dolzhenko E, DuBose S, Gillespie H, Guzzetta R, Hall C, Miller K, Raghinaru D, Rampersad T, Reese N, Sampson A, Saenz A, Saunders J, Strayer H, Xing D, Willi S, Lipman T, Calvano T, Kucheruk O, Minnock P, Nguyen C, Klingensmith G, Banion C, Barker J, Cain C, Chase P, Fiallo-Scharer R, Hoops S, Kelsy M, Klingensmith G, Maahs D, Mowry C, Nadeau K, Rewers M, Rewers A, Slover R, Steck A, Wadwa P, Walravens P, Zeitler P, Cruz E, Haro H, King M, Weinstock R, Izquierdo R, Bristol S, Goland R, Gandica R, Chan M, Greenberg E, Kurland A, Lee J, Gregg B, Tan M, Eason A, Garg S, Michels A, Morris A, Stewart H, Walker S, DiMeglio L, Hannon T, Orr D, Woerner S, Wolfsdorf J, Quinn M, Fitch K, Ahmann A, Castle J, Joarder F, Bogan C, Fitch R, Wollam B, Bode B, Gazaway K, Hosey R, Bethin K, Quattrin T, Ecker M, Wood J, Fisher L, Jeandron D, Kaufman F, Kim M, Monzavi R, Pitukcheewanont P, Sandstrom A, Cohen M, Ichihara B, Lipton M, Wood M, Appiagyei-Dankah Y, Cemeroglu A, Daniel M, Postellon D, Racine M, Kleis L, Wagner L, Hirsch I, DeSantis A, Dugdale DC, Failor RA, Gilliam L, Janci M, Odegard P, Trence D, Wisse B, Ginsberg J, Khakpour D, Peterson C, Thomson P, Liljenquist D, Sulik M, Vance C, Halford J, Manning J, Starkman H, Berry T, Ebner-Lyon L, Nussbaum E, Wagner C, Fox M, Buckingham B, Shah A, Harris B, Bergenstal R, Criego A, Damberg G, Matfin G, Powers M, Tridgell D, Olson B, Mehta S, Laffel L, Ratliff C, Cengiz E, Tamborlane W, Martin-Fredericksen M, Steffen A, Peters A, Montoya L, Ruelas V, Benjamin R, Cuffee J, Litton J, Spruill A, Bergenstal R, Criego A, Damberg G, Matfin G, Powers M, Tridgell D, Olson B, Aleppo-Kacmarek G, Massaro E, Webb K, Clarke W, Burt Solorzano C, DeBoer M, Shifflett D, McGill J, Buechler L, Clifton MJ, Hurst S, Kissel S, Recklein C, Tsalikian E, Tansey M, Cabbage J, Coffey J, Salamati S, Clements M, Raman S, Turpin A, Bedard J, Cohoon C, Elrod A, Fridlington A, Hester L, Luetjen T, Kruger D, Hofmann A, Schatz D, Clare-Salzler M, Digman C, Fudge B, Haller M, Rohrs H, Silverstein J, Wagh S, Weinstein D, Wright T, Dougherty E, Daniels M, Clark S, Flannery T, Forghani N, Naidu A, Reh C, Scoggin P, Trinh L, Quintana R, Speer H, Zipf W, Seiple D, Uhing B, Kittelsrud J, Stoker A, Gottschalk M, Hashiguchi M, Rodriguez H, Bobik C, Henson D, Simmons J, Russell W, Babington B, Black M, Brendle F, Gubitosi-Klug R, Kaminski B, Bergant S, Campbell W, Frohnapfel MB, Haky J, Tasi C, Copeland K, Beck J, Schanuel J, Tolbert J, Adi S, Gerard-Gonzalez A, Gitelman S, Chettout N, Torok C, Pihoker C, Kearns S, Libman I, Diaz A, Nathan B, Moran A, Bellin M, Beasley S, Kogler A, Leschyshyn J, Smith J, Nelson B, Hannah D, Haymond M, Redondo M, Falk T, Gonzalez J, Lopez C, Pontifes M, Arnold K, Sellers S, Raman V, Garcia E, Harlan D, Lee M, Hubacz L, Buse J, Duclos M, Brandenburg V, Blehm J, Hallanger-Johnson J, Bosch R, Weiss J, Hoffman R, Chaudhari M, Repaske D, Haines J, Rudolph J, McClave C, Biersdorf D, Tello A, Amundson D, Ward R, Rickels M, Schwartz S, Dalton-Bakes C, Fuller C, Rosenfeld N, Dolan L, Kichler J, Baugh H, Standiford D, Hassing J, Jones J, Willis S, Wysham C, Freels T, Garcia C, Rice D, Blackman S, Abel KL, Clark L, Jonas A, Kagan E, Sosenko J, Arce R, Edelen R, Baldwin D, Conroy C, DeGrote K, Marchiando R, Wasson M, Fox L, Mauras N, Black K, Damaso L, Kennedy L, Schweiger M, Konstantinopoulos P, Mawhorter C, Orasko A, Rose D, Deeb L, Rohrbacher K, Abelseth J, Duma C, Duma S, Schroeder L, Roark A, Ali O, Kramer J, Whitson-Jones D, Potter A, Babington B, Black M, Brendle F, Gassner H, Kollipara S, Bills V, Harwood K, Prasad V.

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Children's Hospital Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE:

To assess the proportion of youth with type 1 diabetes under the care of pediatric endocrinologists in the United States meeting targets for HbA1c, blood pressure (BP), BMI, and lipids.

RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS:

Data were evaluated for 13,316 participants in the T1D Exchange clinic registry younger than 20 years old with type 1 diabetes for ≥1 year.

RESULTS:

American Diabetes Association HbA1c targets of <8.5% for those younger than 6 years, <8.0% for those 6 to younger than 13 years old, and <7.5% for those 13 to younger than 20 years old were met by 64, 43, and 21% of participants, respectively. The majority met targets for BP and lipids, and two-thirds met the BMI goal of <85th percentile.

CONCLUSIONS:

Most children with type 1 diabetes have HbA1c values above target levels. Achieving American Diabetes Association goals remains a significant challenge for the majority of youth in the T1D Exchange registry.

PMID:
23340893
PMCID:
PMC3687259
DOI:
10.2337/dc12-1959
[Indexed for MEDLINE]
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