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  • Diabetes questionnaire | International Diabetes Federation
    syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/diabetes-prevention/questionnaire (2016-02-11)
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  • National Diabetes Prevention Plans | International Diabetes Federation
    Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/diabetes-prevention/national-plans (2016-02-11)
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  • Highlights of the IDF Consensus
    following aspects of the IDF consensus Summary of the IDF Consensus on Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes 2 Type 2 Diabetes Prevention Studies 3 Health Economics of Diabetes Prevention 4 Diabetes Questionnaire 5 National Diabetes Prevention Plans 6 Source URL http www idf org diabetes prevention highlights idf consensus Links 1 http www idf org diabetes prevention highlights idf consensus 2 http www idf org diabetes prevention summary idf consensus

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/diabetes-prevention/highlights-idf-consensus (2016-02-11)
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  • High Risk Approach | International Diabetes Federation
    258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home IDF general High Risk Approach The High Risk Approach IDF proposes a simple three step plan for the prevention of type 2 diabetes in those at increased risk Step 1 Identification of those who may be at higher risk The new IDF consensus recommends that all individuals at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes be identified through opportunistic screening by doctors nurses pharmacists and through self screening In any population individuals at high risk can be easily identified through a simple practical and non invasive questionnaire such as the Finnish Type 2 Diabetes Risk Assessment Form which focuses on risk factors such as age waist circumference family history cardiovascular history gestational history and drug history Step 2 Measurement of risk Individuals at high risk should then have their plasma glucose levels measured by a health professional This will not only detect cases of IFG Impaired Fasting Glucose or IGT Impaired Glucose Tolerance but also cases of undiagnosed diabetes The presence of IGT and IFG give a considerably increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes Interventions targeted at such individuals therefore provide an opportunity to delay or prevent the onset of type 2 diabetes Other diabetic risk factors that should also be assessed at this stage include the presence of increased waist circumference high blood pressure family history of diabetes raised triglycerides or a pre existing cardiovascular disease The presence of any of these factors will increase a person s risk of developing diabetes Country ethnic specific values for waist circumference These are pragmatic cut points and better data are required to link them to risk Ethnicity should be the basis for classification not the country of residence In the USA the ATP III values 102 cm male 88 cm female are likely to continue to be used for clinical purposes There is lack of agreement about the ideal waist cut off points for Japanese The best

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/diabetes-prevention/high-risk-approach (2016-02-11)
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  • Population approach | International Diabetes Federation
    storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools Contact Symposium Women and Diabetes Women and Diabetes Programme Aims Activities Partners and Allies Track Record Issues Socioeconomic determinants of health Gestational Diabetes Early Origins of Diabetes Reproductive Maternal and Child Health Early Origins Stigma and Discrimination Resources WINGS News Highlights Multistate Survey Testimonials World Diabetes Congress Media Past congresses Melbourne 2013 Programme and Webcasts Dubai 2011 Statistics Registration Stats Dubai Programme Stats Dubai IDF 5K Montreal 2009 Statistics Final programme Impressions Statistics Programme Registration Cape Town 2006 Statistics Summary IDF congresses Contact World Diabetes Day Young Leaders in Diabetes About the YLD The YLD logo Meet the Young Leaders YLD activities Conferences Videos Join us FAQs Contact form About diabetes Complications Risk factors Signs and symptoms Prevention Events Search form Search You are here Home IDF general Population approach The Population Approach The IDF population approach to the prevention of type 2 diabetes aims to bring about important changes in the health of a large percentage of the population Type 2 diabetes is a disease of slow onset the prevalence of which increases with age Its prevention therefore cannot be accomplished rapidly or with a single measure and the approach must instead be methodical and sustained over a long period of time In societies that encourage unhealthy lifestyles information and education alone will not succeed Attention must be paid to the creation of an environment and conditions that are conducive to achieving and maintaining an active lifestyle and healthy eating habits The IDF population approach recognizes that the health sector

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/diabetes-prevention/population-approach (2016-02-11)
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  • Summary of IDF Consensus on the Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes
    the prevention of type 2 diabetes is based on controlling modifiable risk factors and can be divided into two target groups People at a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes 2 The entire population 3 In developing National Diabetes Prevention Plans both groups should be targeted simultaneously In addition it is important that all activities are tailored to the specific local situation Source URL http www idf org diabetes

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/diabetes-prevention/summary-idf-consensus (2016-02-11)
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  • Send page by email | International Diabetes Federation
    do Advocacy and Policy Strategy Diabetes Priorities Twin Track Approach Global Campaigns Current Campaigns Global NCD Framework Future Development Framework Campaign Updates UN Summit on NCDs Roadmap Timeline Impact Review UN Resolution on Diabetes Parliamentarians for Diabetes Policy and Practice Partnerships and Allies Resources and Tools Toolkit Global Diabetes Scorecard Diabetes storybook Public Consultations Education Self Management Education Resources International Curriculum Diabetes Education Modules International Standards IDF Peer Leader Manual Networks D NET Reference Centres for Diabetes Education Programmes Diabetes Africa Foot Initiative Objectives Participating Centres Technical committee Tools Diabetes Conversations KiDS Project Information Pack Brazil India Recognition Programme Epidemiology and Prevention Diabetes Atlas Scientific papers Papers Posters Topics Metabolic syndrome FAQ s Metabolic Syndrome in Children Criteria National diabetes programmes Prevention Consensus Summary Sleep Apnoea Risk prediction Risk Score map Risk prediction tools PREDICT 2 Essential Care Emergencies and disasters Guidelines Guideline development Childhood and Adolescence Postmeal Glucose Pregnancy and diabetes Self monitoring Type 2 Diabetes Treatment Algorithm Oral health Guideline Managing Older People T2D Life for a Child About Advisory Group FAQs Multimedia Publications Updates Site visits Countries Donate Tax deductibility Testimonials Education resources DKA awareness Fundraising Spare a Rose Partners Contacts Publications Annual Report Diabetes Voice About Issues Submit an article Reproduction E alerts Contact us DRCP Newsletters Translational Research BRIDGES The Programme Supported Projects Long Term LT07 135 LT09 261 LT09 277 LT10 334 LT10 341 LT10 342 LT10 346 LT07 121 LT07 115 LT09 227 LT07 157 LT09 258 Short Term ST10 024 ST12 026 ST12 044 ST12 050 ST12 041 ST12 035 ST12 032 ST12 024 ST12 019 ST12 007 ST10 012 ST10 006 ST09 049 ST09 040 ST09 034 ST09 025 ST09 016 ST07 036 ST07 025 ST07 015 ST07 009 ST07 004 ST07 002 Funding Round D START Publications Research Net Tools

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/printmail/1379 (2016-02-11)
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  • Sleep apnoea and type 2 diabetes
    diabetes in people with OSA is not known i In people who have diabetes the prevalence of OSA may be up to 23 ii and the prevalence of some form of sleep disordered breathing may be as high as 58 iii Overweight and obesity may play a role but some recent studies show an association between the two conditions that is independent of overweight obesity OSA may have effects on glycemic control in people with type 2 diabetes OSA is associated with a range of cardiovascular complications such as hypertension stroke and heart failure IDF calls on health decision makers to encourage further research into the links between the two conditions and urges healthcare professionals to adopt new clinical practices to ensure that a person with one condition is considered for the other The IDF statement includes recommendations for screening treatment and further research Resources Press release 2 ES 3 FR 4 IDF Consensus Statement on Sleep Apnoea and Type 2 Diabetes 5 published in Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice IDF booklet on sleep apnoea and type 2 diabetes 6 Version Française 7 Fact sheets About the IDF Consensus Statement 8 Type 2 diabetes and sleep apnoea 9 References i Meslier N Gagnadoux F Giraud P Person C Ouksel H Urban T Racineux JL Impaired glucose insulin metabolism in males with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome Eur Respir J 22 1 156 160 2003 ii West SD Nicoll DJ Stradling JR Prevalence of obstructive sleep apnea in men with type 2 diabetes Thorax 61 11 945 950 2006 iii Resnick HE Redline S Shahar E Gilpin A Newman A Walter R Ewy GA Howard BV Punjabi NM Diabetes and sleep disturbances findings from the Sleep Heart Health Study Diabetes Care 26 3 702 709 2003 Source URL http www idf org

    Original URL path: http://www.idf.org/print/sleep-apnoea-and-type-2-diabetes (2016-02-11)
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