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Burdens related to diabetes management in Italian children, adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the TEENs study Andrea Scaramuzza1, Alessandro Salvatoni1, Ivana Rabbone1, Davide Tinti1, Marco Marigliano1, Elena Prandi1, Barbara Felappi1, Patrizia Patera1, Sonia Toni1, Lorenzo Lenzi1, Stefano Zucchini1, Giulio Maltoni1, Dario Iafusco1, Francesco Prisco1, Giuseppina Salzano1, Claudia Ventrici1, Adriana Franzese1, Enza Mozzillo1, Carla Maria Monciotti1, Vittoria Moret1, Gian
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  Burdens related to diabetes management in Italian children, adolescents and young adults with type 1 diabetes (T1D) in the TEENs study Andrea Scaramuzza 1 , Alessandro Salvatoni 1 , Ivana Rabbone 1 , Davide Tinti 1 , Marco Marigliano 1 , Elena Prandi 1 , Barbara Felappi 1 , Patrizia Patera 1 , Sonia Toni 1 , Lorenzo Lenzi 1 , Stefano Zucchini 1 , Giulio Maltoni 1 , Dario Iafusco 1 , Francesco Prisco 1 , Giuseppina Salzano 1 , Claudia Ventrici 1 , Adriana Franzese 1 , Enza Mozzillo 1 , Carla Maria Monciotti 1 , Vittoria Moret 1 , Gian Vincenzo Zuccotti 1 , Francesca Cardella 1 , Marilena Tumminelli 1 , Franco Cadario 1 , Maria Felicia Faienza 1 , Vincenza Luce 1 , Nicola Minuto 1 , Alfonso La Loggia 1 , Sabrina Scelfo 1 , Anna Biscarini 1 , Lori Laffel 2 , Catherine Domenger 3 , Valentino Cherubini 1 , Stefano Tumini 1   1 Diabetes Study Group of the Italian Society for Pediatric Endocrinology and Diabetology (SIEDP/ISPED), Torino, Italy 2  Joslin Diabetes Center, Boston, MA, USA 3 Sanofi, Paris, France  Disclosures ANDREA SCARAMUZZA Research support: Abbott, Harmonium, Terumo Speaker’s Bureau: Eli Lilly, Roche, Sanofi Board Member/Advisory Panel: Medtronic Stock/Shareholder: None Consultant: None Employee: None Other: None TEENs study is sponsored by Sanofi  Background 1. Wood JR, et al. Diabetes Care 2013;36:2035  – 7; 2. Petitti DB, et al. J Pediatr   2009;155:668  – 72; 3. Laffel LM, et al  . Diabetes  2014;63(Suppl. 1);A1-A102;32-OR; 4. Silverstein J, et al. Diabetes Care  2005;28:186  – 212; 5. Borus JS and Laffel L. Curr Opin Pediatr 2010;22:405  – 11. Despite the recent advances in diabetes management technologies, the majority of young patients fail to achieve the recommended glycemic targets 1-3  Effective management of diabetes in youth places substantial demands upon patients and families, with many barriers and challenges to achieving glycemic targets 4,5  There is a need to identify approaches to improve glycemic control, and reduce burden of care   Introduction to TEENs is an international (20 countries), cross-sectional, observational study aiming to assess T1D management and psychosocial parameters in 5960 youths in order to identify approaches to optimize glycemic control and outcomes USA   25 sites   499 patients EUROPE   (Denmark/France/Germany/ Hungary/ Italy /Portugal/Romania/ Russia/Slovenia/Spain/Sweden)   111 sites   2943 patients MIDDLE EAST/NORTH AFRICA (Algeria/Jordan/ Lebanon/Morocco)   33 sites   1041 patients SOUTH AFRICA   5 sites   507 patients INDIA   18 sites   500 patients LATIN AMERICA (Argentina, Mexico)   27 sites   470 patients
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