Objective/background Our objective was to investigate glycaemic control in children with Type 1 diabetes in Scotland and to analyse the effect of changing 'conventional' insulin regimen strategies on outcome. DIABAUD 2 ( 1997 - 1998) (D2) demonstrated that average glycaemic control in young people with Type 1 diabetes in Scotland was poor, with mean HbA(1c) of 9.0%. Over 90% were then treated with a twice-daily insulin regimen. The aim of DIABAUD 3 ( 2002 2004) (D3) was to determine if control had improved, and to examine changes in insulin regimen and effects on glycaemic control.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Internal Medicine
- Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism
Greene, S. A., Robertson, L., Royle, P., Robertson, A., Waugh, N., Rae, P., & Patterson, C. (2006). A longitudinal observational study of insulin therapy and glycaemic control in Scottish children with Type 1 diabetes: DIABAUD 3. Diabetic Medicine, 23(11), 1216-1221. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1464-5491.2006.01962.x