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Glycaemic control, complications and outcome following transfer of care in young adults with childhood onset type 1 diabetes mellitus Dr S Uday, Dr F M Campbell, Dr J Yong, Dr R A Ajjan ISPAD 40th Annual conference Toronto September 2014 Presenter Disclosure Information Dr Suma Uday No conflict of interest to disclose Introduction ã Despite recent advances in diabetes care, glycaemic control in adolescents and young adults remains suboptimal¹ ã This is further complicated by a deterioration
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  Glycaemic control, complications and outcome following transfer of care in young adults with childhood onset type 1 diabetes mellitus Dr S Uday, Dr F M Campbell, Dr J Yong, Dr R A Ajjan ISPAD 40 th  Annual conference Toronto September 2014    Presenter   Disclosure Information Dr Suma Uday No conflict of interest to disclose  Introduction ã Despite recent advances in diabetes care, glycaemic control in adolescents and young adults remains suboptimal¹ ã This is further complicated by a deterioration in glycaemic control following transfer to adult care²  – possibly due to early transfer³  – lack of engagement in services ⁴   1.Mohsin F et al. Diabetes Care 2005; 28(8): 1974  – 80. 2.Lotstein DS et al. Pediatrics 2013; 131(4): e1062  – 70. 3.Helgeson VS et al. Diabet Med 2013; 30(5): 610  – 5. 4.Kipps S et al. Diabet Med 2002; 19(12): 649  – 54.  Aims 1.To establish glycaemic control and rate of microvascular complications in adolescents and young adults with childhood onset type 1 diabetes 2.To analyse a subset of patients before and after transfer from paediatric to adult care
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