ISPADInternational Society for Pediatric and Adolescent Diabetes
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While differentiating between type 1 and type 2 diabetes, ISPAD states that the clinical presentation of the former is "most often acute, rapid", and that of the latter, "variable, from slow, mild (often insidious) to severe".
ISPAD recommends screening for CD using the TTG IgA and/or the EMA in all T1D patients at diagnosis and every 1-2 years thereafter.
Manure methanization by ISPAD is occurred in covered dung storage space or tanks under air-tight conditions; once the anaerobic microbial communities in the dung has been acclimatized to the low ambient temperature (Nohra et al.
The ISPAD may be feasible to treat organic wastes at temperate conditions in developing countries due to its low cost and simple in design.
ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2006-2007 The diagnosis and management of monogenic diabetes in children.
Los criterios bioquimicos determinados por el ultimo consenso ISPAD 2009 para el diagnostico de la CAD son: hiperglicemia mayor de 200 mg/dL, acidosis metabolica con bicarbonato menor de 15 mmol/L, pH venoso menor de 7,30, cetonuria y/o cetonemia (13,14).
1 The ISPAD Consensus Guidelines, 2000, goes a step further, stating that "psychosocial factors are the most important influences affecting the care and management of diabetes.
Encouraging children and adolescents with diabetes to express their feelings in a non-verbal manner is very important as this improves our understanding of the child's inner world and feelings, which may be important in treating the child appropriately both physically and psychologically," said Peter Swift, Secretary General of ISPAD.
The winning entries were selected at the Annual Scientific Meeting of ISPAD in Singapore on 1st November.
Professor Kaichi Kida, Professor of Pediatrics Ehime University, Japan and Treasurer of ISPAD and President of APPES (Asia Pacific Pediatric Endocrine Society)