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International benchmarking in type 1 diabetes: Large difference in childhood HbA1c between eight high-income countries but similar rise during adolescence-A quality registry study

Journal article
Authors J. Anderzen
J. M. Hermann
U. Samuelsson
D. Charalampopoulos
J. Svensson
T. Skrivarhaug
E. Frohlich-Reiterer
D. M. Maahs
K. Akesson
T. Kapellen
M. Fritsch
N. H. Birkebaek
A. K. Drivvoll
K. Miller
T. Stephenson
S. E. Hofer
S. Fredheim
S. J. Kummernes
N. Foster
R. Amin
D. Hilgard
B. Rami-Merhar
K. Dahl-Jorgensen
M. Clements
Ragnar Hanås
R. W. Holl
J. T. Warner
Published in Pediatric Diabetes
Volume 21
Issue 4
Pages 621-627
ISSN 1399-543X
Publication year 2020
Published at Institute of Clinical Sciences, Department of Pediatrics
Pages 621-627
Language en
Links dx.doi.org/10.1111/pedi.13014
Keywords adolescents, children, HbA1c, quality registry, type 1 diabetes, metabolic-control, glycemic control, young-adults, children, complications, improvement, germany, Endocrinology & Metabolism, Pediatrics
Subject categories Endocrinology, Pediatrics

Abstract

Objectives To identify differences and similarities in HbA1c levels and patterns regarding age and gender in eight high-income countries. Subjects 66 071 children and adolescents below18 years of age with type 1 diabetes for at least 3 months and at least one HbA1c measurement during the study period. Methods Pediatric Diabetes Quality Registry data from Austria, Denmark, England, Germany, Norway, Sweden, the United States, and Wales were collected between 2013 and 2014. HbA1c, gender, age, and duration were used in the analysis. Results Distribution of gender and age groups was similar in the eight participating countries. The mean HbA1c varied from 60 to 73 mmol/mol (7.6%-8.8%) between the countries. The increase in HbA1c between the youngest (0-9 years) to the oldest (15-17 years) age group was close to 8 mmol/mol (0.7%) in all countries (P < .001). Females had a 1 mmol/mol (0.1%) higher mean HbA1c than boys (P < .001) in seven out of eight countries. Conclusions In spite of large differences in the mean HbA1c between countries, a remarkable similarity in the increase of HbA1c from childhood to adolescence was found.

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