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Continuous glucose monitoring use and glucose variability in pre-school children with type 1 diabetes
Klemen Dovč, Kevin Cargnelutti, Anže Šturm, Julij Šelb, Nataša Bratina, Tadej Battelino, 2018

Povzetek: Aims. The objective of this nationwide population-based cohort study was to evaluate the correlation between continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) use and glucose variability in pre-schoolers with type 1 diabetes. Methods. We analysed data from the Slovenian National Registry. The primary endpoint was the difference in glucose variability between periods, during which participants were using CGM and periods, during which CGM was not used, over 5 years. Results. A total of 40 children <8 years old were followed for an estimated observational period of 116 patient/years. Mean age at CGM initiation was 3.5 (±1.7) years. Both standard deviation of mean glucose [3.6 mmol/L (3.2–3.9) with CGM and 4.3 mmol/L (3.8–4.7) without CGM, p < 0.001] and coefficient of variation [44.0% (40.4–47.0) with CGM and 46.1% (42.3–49.4) without CGM, p = 0.021] were lower during the periods, when CGM was used. Frequent CGM use (>5 days/week) was associated with a 0.4% [4.4 mmol/mol] reduction in glycated haemoglobin level (7.6% compared to 7.2%, p = 0.047). Conclusions. Our results indicate that the use of CGM was associated with reduced glucose variability during a 5 year follow-up period among pre-schoolers with type 1 diabetes.
Ključne besede: continuous glucose monitoring, type 1 diabetes, children, insulin therapy
DiRROS - Objavljeno: 12.11.2020; Ogledov: 594; Prenosov: 337
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Incidence and control of steroid-induced hyperglycaemia in hospitalised patients at a tertiary care centre for lung diseases
Matej Dobravc Verbič, Jasna Gruban, Mojca Kerec Kos, 2021

Povzetek: Background The aim of this study was to determine the incidence of steroid-induced hyperglycaemia (SIH) in patients hospitalised at the tertiary centre for lung diseases, to assess glycaemic control during hospitalisation, and to determine the factors associated with the control of SIH. Methods A 4-month retrospective study was conducted. All patients who received systemic glucocorticoids for%%%2 days during hospitalisation, with%%%2 elevated blood glucose (BG) readings, were included in the analysis. SIH control was determined by mean BG levels, the number and proportion of elevated and pronouncedly elevated BG readings, and the number of hypoglycaemic events. Results 60 of 283 patients (21.2%) developed SIH, of which 55 patients were included in further analysis. Mean fasting and daytime BG levels were 7.8%%%2.9 mmol/l and 10.9%%%2.2 mmol/l, respectively. 41/55 patients (74.5%) had elevated average BG levels. 45/55 patients (81.8%) had%>%5 readings or%>%20% of all readings exceeding hyperglycaemia threshold, and 33/55 patients (60.0%) had pronouncedly elevated BG levels on more than one occasion. 6/55 patients (10.9%) experienced more than one hypoglycaemic event or a severe hypoglycaemia. Only 9/55 patients (16.4%) achieved adequate SIH control according to all defined criteria. Pre-existing diabetes and longer duration of hospital treatment with low glucocorticoid dose were significantly associated with poorer glycaemic control (p%<%0.001 and p%=%0.003, respectively). Conclusions Appropriate SIH management was demonstrated to be challenging. According to the defined criteria, adequate glycaemic control during hospitalisation was not achieved in the large majority of patients with SIH.
Ključne besede: hyperglycaemia, glucocorticoids, acetylcholine, blood glucose levels, antidiabetic therapy, steroid diabetes
DiRROS - Objavljeno: 10.03.2021; Ogledov: 340; Prenosov: 87

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