3 edition of Diabetes mellitus in East Asia found in the catalog.
Diabetes mellitus in East Asia
China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus (1st 1987 Beijing, China)
1988 by Excerpta Medica, Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY, USA .
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||editors, Goro Mimura, Chi Zhisheng, Iwao Fukui.|
|Series||International congress series ;, 771, International congress series ;, no. 771.|
|Contributions||Mimura, Gorō., Chʻi, Chih-sheng., Fukui, Iwao, 1923-|
|LC Classifications||RC660.A15 C47 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
|LC Control Number||88011240|
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United Arab Emirates. «Previous page. Diabetes Programme. Facts and figures about diabetes. Advances of Diabetes Mellitus in East Asia: Proceedings of the 5th China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus, Xian, China, September(International Congress Series): Medicine & Health Science Books @ According to the IDF Diabetes Atlas 9th Edition, an estimated million adults aged years were living with diabetes in the SEA region inrepresenting a regional prevalence of %.
About % of these diabetes cases were undiagnosed. The elected IDF representatives for the South-East Asian Region (SEA) for are. Diabetes mellitus can be classified into four principal types (WHO ).
This includes type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes, other specific types of diabetes, and gestational diabetes mellitus. The most common types of diabetes seen in Sub-Saharan Africa are type 2 and type 1 diabetes mellitus. This chapter focuses on the published data on the burden of type 1 and type 2.
Prevalence estimates of diabetes and Diabetes mellitus in East Asia book Glucose Tolerance (IGT) are high for all South-East Asia countries and are expected to increase further in the next two decades. The South-East Asia (SEA) Region is estimated to have more than 72 million adults with diabetes and million with by: Prevalence of type 2 diabetes has rapidly increased in native and migrant Asian populations.
Diabetes develops at a younger age in Asian populations than in white populations, hence the morbidity and mortality associated with the disease and its complications are also common in young Asian people.
The young age of these populations and the high rates of cardiovascular Cited by: Get this from a library. Diabetes mellitus in East Asia: proceedings of the First China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus, Beijing, China, May. According to the recent estimates by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), South East-Asia (SEA) Region consisting of India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Mauritius and Maldives, is home to more than 72 million adults with diabetes in and is Cited by: China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus (4th: Yokohama-shi, Japan).
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In the Western Pacific Region alone, it is estimated that million people (% prevalence) were living with diabetes in of Diabetes in Asia In this global epidemic of diabetes, Asian countries undergoing eco-nomic and nutritional transitions have experienced a particularly notable increase (TABLE 2) In China, the prevalence of diabetes increased from 1% in to % in ,7 with much higher rates in urban areas such as Shanghai Nearly 10% of Chinese File Size: KB.
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The section on definition and pathogenesis now includes chapters on genetics, diabetes in Asia and Africa, and diabetes in U.S. minority groups. Other new chapters cover retinopathy, cardiovascular disease, wound healing, and treatment of women with diabetes. All of the Fourteenth Edition's figures have been completely by: Context With increasing globalization and East-West exchanges, the increasing epidemic of type 2 diabetes in Asia has far-reaching public health and socioeconomic implications.
Objective To review recent data in epidemiologic trends, risk factors, and complications of type 2 diabetes in Asia. Evidence Acquisition Search of MEDLINE using the Cited by: Diabetes is a major lifestyle disorder, the prevalence of which is increasing globally.
Asian countries contribute to more than 60% of the world's diabetic population as the prevalence of diabetes. Thoroughly revised and updated, this Third Edition encompasses the most recent advances in molecular and cellular research and describes the newest therapeutic modalities for type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus.
Chapters by leading experts integrate the latest basic science and clinical research on diabetes mellitus and its complications. The text is divided into ten major 3/5(4). Because type 2 diabetes (T2D) is highly familial, there has been a concentrated effort to uncover the genetic basis of T2D worldwide over the last decade.
In East Asians, T2D is experiencing a rapidly rising prevalence that is characterized by a relatively lower body mass index, as compared with that in Europeans.
To date, at least 15 convincing T2D loci have Cited by: Recent assessment of global trends in the frequency of diabetes mellitus by different authors suggests that Asia is the major site of a rapidly emerging epidemic of diabetes, with both China and India leading the : Louis C.
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Journal of Diabetology, a publication of Diabetes In Asia Study Group, is a peer-reviewed online 3 Issues journal. Diabetes Mellitus in Malaysia M Mafauzy, FRCP Kampus Kesihatan, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kota Bahru, Kelantan Diabetes mellitus is a common disease causing significant mortality and morbidity.
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Diabetes is a disease of lifetime. 4 Yoon KH, Lee JH, Kim JW, et al. Epidemic obesity and type 2 diabetes in Asia. Lancet. ;() 5 Deurenberg P, Deurenberg-Yap M, Guricci S. Asians are different from Caucasians and from each other in their body mass index/body fat per cent relationship.
The Epidemiology of Diabetes Mellitus fills the need for a current compendium of diabetes epidemiology in the tradition of the first monumental text of the late Kelly West. It is essential reading for general practitioners, diabetologists, clinical endocrinologists, cardiologists, epidemiologists, nurses, dieticians, and other diabetes care.The first edition of this book gained recognition as the definitive textbook of diabetes epidemiology.
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