Diabetes in America
DIANE Publishing, 1995 - 782 pages
Five general areas are addressed in the 36 chapters: descriptive epidemiology of diabetes in the U.S., including prevalence, incidence, sociodemographic & metabolic characteristics, risk factors for developing diabetes, & mortality. Complications of diabetes (disability, vision disorders, heart disease, infection, etc.); medical care for diabetes; economic aspects, including health insurance & health care costs; & diabetes in special populations, including Blacks, Hispanics, Asian & Pacific Islanders, Native Americans & pregnant women. Index.
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1989 National Health adults age-adjusted amputation Appendix associated blood glucose blood pressure body mass index cardiovascular cholesterol clinical diabe diabetes mellitus Diabetes Status diabetic nephropathy diabetic patients diabetic persons diabetic retinopathy diabetic subjects Diabetologia diagnosed diabetes disability duration of diabetes Epidemiology ESRD females Figure gene genetic glucose tolerance test glycosylated hemoglobin Health and Nutrition Health Interview Survey heart disease higher Hispanic history of diabetes Hospital Discharge hyperglycemia hypertension IDDM impaired glucose tolerance incidence increased insulin resistance males medical history Mexican Americans mg/dl microalbuminuria mortality National Health Interview neuropathy NHANES NHIS NIDDM Non-Hispanic blacks non-Hispanic whites normal glucose tolerance nursing home Nutrition Examination Survey obesity OGTT older-onset onset oral glucose pancreatic Percent persons with diabetes persons with NIDDM Pima Indians prevalence of diabetes proteinuria rates Reference renal disease reported risk factors San Luis Valley self-reported Source Table tion Total U.S. population Undiagnosed NIDDM versus WESDR women
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