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Recent Progress of Diabetes Mellitus in East Asia

Proceedings of the Third Japan-China Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus, Shanghai, China 11-12 Octobe (International Congress Series)

by Goro Mimura

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Published by Excerpta Medica .
Written in English


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Number of Pages416
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Open LibraryOL7533487M
ISBN 10044488503X
ISBN 109780444885036

Prevalence of Diabetes in the Malaysian National Health Morbidity Survey III Med J Malaysia Vol 65 No 3 September Prevalence of diabetes among other indigenous groups including the aborigines in Peninsula Malaysia and the Kadazan, Iban and Dayak of East Malaysia and other smaller ethnic minorities were 6% and % respectively. Gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) is defined as glucose intolerance first recognized during pregnancy[1]. GDM has been reported to affect between % to % of pregnancies[2], and its prevalence is increasing and parallels the rising incidence of type 2 diabetes mellitus worldwide[3,4]. Risk factors for developing GDM in pregn­ ancy.

DIABETES IN BANGLADESH: PREVALENCE AND DETERMINANTS Muhammad Abdur Rahim Diagnostic criteria for diabetes mellitus settled around BC by a tribe named “Bang” arising out of Central and Middle East Asia (1). Due to its position at the crossroads of South and South East Asia Cited by: 2. Title:Diabetes Mellitus in Saudi Arabia: A Review of the Recent Literature VOLUME: 12 ISSUE: 4 Author(s):Mohamed Abdulaziz Al Dawish, Asirvatham Alwin Robert, Rim Braham, Ayman Abdallah Al Hayek, Abdulghani Al Saeed, Rania Ahmed Ahmed and Fahad Sulaiman Al Sabaan Affiliation:Department of Endocrinology and Diabetes, Diabetes Treatment Center, Prince Sultan Cited by:

Introduction: The exposure of humans to antioxidants regulating the process and progress of diabetes mellitus (DM) is of major interest. Several phytoactive compounds such as flavonoids, lignans, prophenylphenols, etc. possess antioxidant property. Antioxidants exert free radical scavenging activity, improve the insulin sensitivity and pancreatic β cell activity, stimulate insulin secretion Cited by: 1. NEW YORK, Oct. 26, /PRNewswire/ -- Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Therapeutics in South-East Asia Markets to - Increasing Usage of Newer Therapies and Expanding Treatment Population to Encourage Robust Growth.


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Recent Progress of Diabetes Mellitus in East Asia by Goro Mimura Download PDF EPUB FB2

Advances of Diabetes Mellitus in East Asia: Proceedings of the 5th China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus, Xian, China, September(International Congress Series) 1st Edition.

by Goro Mimura (Editor), Xixing Zhu (Editor), Kaichi Kida (Editor). Recent progress of diabetes mellitus in East Asia: proceedings of the Third Japan-China Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus, Shanghai, China, October Author: Gorō Mimura ; Chih-sheng Chʼih. The Diabetes Atlas published in reported that million individuals are affected by diabetes, and 36% of those affected live in the Western Pacific region, with a significant proportion in East Asia [ 1 ].

The alarming increase in the prevalence of diabetes in Asia can be explained in terms of several by: China-Japan Symposium on Diabetes Mellitus (2nd: Fukuoka-shi, Japan). Recent trends of diabetes mellitus in East Asia.

Amsterdam ; New York: Excerpta Medica ; New York, NY, USA: Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book. PDF | Diabetes is a complex, chronic illness requiring continuous medical care with multifactorial risk-reduction strategies beyond glycemic control.

| Find, read and cite all the research you. 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 expected to exceed million in Cited by: ISBN: 92 4 9.

Reviews current and potential opportunities for the prevention of diabetes mellitus and the improvement of prognosis through the early detection and treatment of complications. Drawing on striking recent progress in knowledge about the disease, the report aims to identify specific preventive interventions, at primary, secondary.

WHO’s South-East Asian Region has seen a recent dramatic increase in diabetes. An estimated 96 million people have diabetes in the region, 90% of whom have type 2, which is preventable.

However, half of those cases remain undiagnosed, underscoring the need for rapid, low-cost solutions to reach the region’s underserved areas. 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.

Obesity is a major driver of the T2DM epidemic, and the Pacific Island nations are among the leaders in the world obesity and diabetes charts (14). According to the latest WHO criteria for obesity (11), more than 70% of the people in American Samoa, Nauru, and Tokelau are by: vi Health Situation in the South-East Asia Region, World population–adjusted prevalence (%) of diabetes mellitus (DM) and impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) in the age group.

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 risk factors seen in Cited by:   Diabetes mellitus and multiple therapeutic approaches of phytochemical: Present status and future prospects Article (PDF Available) in Current science 83(1) July with Reads.

The incidence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) has rapidly increased over recent decades, and T2D has become a leading public health challenge in China. Compared with European descents, Chinese patients with T2D are diagnosed at a relatively young age and low BMI.

A better understanding of the factors contributing to the diabetes epidemic is crucial for determining future prevention and Cited by: Surveillance of Major Noncommunicable Diseases in the South -East Asia Region Page 4 and Thailand.

These reports are summarized below with a focus on the status of development of NCD surveillance system and the process of data collection in the Member Countries. The essential information on NCD burden reported for is also briefly outlined. Diabetes is a major public health concern in Malaysia, and the prevalence of type 2 diabetes (T2D) has escalated to % in adults above the age of 30, affecting million individuals.

The burden of managing diabetes falls on primary and tertiary health care providers operating in various settings. This review focuses on the current status Cited by: Around million people live with DM worldwide, and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is the most common comprising 90% of those with diabetes (American Diabetes Association, ).

Furthermore, million people with T2DM live in the Asian Western Pacific (AWP) region representing 30% of the total number of people with diabetes around the Cited by: 1. India is the diabetes capital with home to million people with DM, the second highest number of cases after China.

Recent epidemiological evidence indicates a rising DM epidemic across all classes, both affluent and the poor in India. This article reports on the prevalence of diabetes and pre-diabetes in the North Indian state of Punjab as part of a large household NCD Risk Factor by:   Inthere were estimated to be around million deaths among those aged 60 years and younger due to diabetes in South East Asia.

South America and. Canadian Diabetes Association Clinical practice guidelines for the prevention and management of diabetes in Canada; Diabetes and pregnancy. Can J of Diabetes. ;37(suppl 1):S Hedderson MM, Ferrara A. High blood pressure before and during early pregnancy is associated with an increased risk of gestational diabetes mellitus.

The pancreas in recent-onset type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus: insulin content of islets, insulitis and associated changes in the exocrine acinar tissue.

Diabetolo Cited by:   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 been identified from large-scale Cited by: Increased prevalence of diabetes mellitus (DM) and economic burden are noted worldwide, especially in Asian countries, during the last decade; the prevalence and economic burden are expected to increase in the near future.

Inmillion people worldwide had diabetes.