Read More About T1D Exchange Research at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions

Read More About T1D Exchange Research at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions

-Craig Idlebrook

Fourteen abstracts that include work by T1D Exchange researchers or data from the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry are being presented at the American Diabetes Association 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

You can read a bit about each research effort below, and click on the titles for more information.

Research By T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative

Better Depression Screening and Higher CGM Adoption: Measuring Data at Diabetes Clinics

At the American Diabetes Association Scientific Sessions, the T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative shared early findings from efforts to standardize data collection and improve care at pediatric diabetes clinics.

Most Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Going Longer Than What’s Ideal Between Visits

In an abstract accepted for the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions, T1D Exchange Quality Improvement Collaborative researchers found the time between visits grew with older patients in pediatric diabetes clinics.

Research By T1D Exchange Patient-Centered Research

Mild High Blood Sugar Can Disrupt Quality of Life For Those With Well-Managed Type 1 Diabetes

A study suggests that the more times blood sugars creeped above 140 mg/dL over the past 7 and 14 days, the more likely someone was to report poorer quality of life. The study results were presented at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

Researchers Identify Possible Risk Factors for Fear of Hypoglycemia

People with type 1 diabetes who already have anxiety, depression, or diabetes distress are more likely to also fear going low. This T1D Exchange-led research study was presented at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.   

Steadier Blood Sugar Levels Led to Better Quality of Life Score for People with Type 1 Diabetes

These findings, shared at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions, remained true even if those blood sugar levels were somewhat lower than considered optimal.

Study: Sleep Loss Reported as Most Common Daily Hurdle in Life with Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers with T1D Exchange Patient-Centered Research and Eli Lilly reported the results of six focus groups who discussed the daily burdens of life with type 1 diabetes.

Research Utilizing Data From The T1D Exchange Clinic Registry

Study Finds Different Type 1 Diabetes-Related Health Outcomes in U.S. and Austro-German Patients

Researchers examined the cardiovascular risk factors of those enrolled in the T1D Exchange Clinic Registry and the German/Austrian DPV registry. The findings were unveiled at the American Diabetes Association 79th Annual Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.  

Study: HbA1c Levels Decreasing for Pregnant Women with Type 1 Diabetes

Researchers also found that CGM use has risen among this group in the last six years, according to T1D Exchange Clinic Registry data. The findings were presented at the American Diabetes Association 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

T1D Exchange Clinic Registry Data Used in Many Studies Featured at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions

We highlight a few that may have flown under the radar during the annual research extravaganza.

Teens With Type 1 Diabetes Less Likely Than Younger Children to Carry Some Blood Sugar Management Supplies

A survey of T1D Exchange Clinic Registry participants found that some teens may be materially less likely than their younger peers to handle blood sugar emergencies. The findings were presented at the ADA 79th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.

 

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