Brussels, 14 November 2019 – World population of diabetics stands at 4.6 billion, showing steady growth
-1 in 11 adults with diabetes
International Diabetes Federation Announces 9th White Paper on IDC Diabetes for World Diabetes Day, November 14, 2019
IDC Diabetes White Paper, stressing the importance of managing diabetes complications to protect individuals, families and society, as well as preventing diabetes
-The International Diabetes Federation (IDC) is a fast-growing worldwide entertainment for World Diabetes Day.
New figures for the prevalence of urine have been published. Compared to figures released in 2017, the number of adult diabetics increased by 80038 million last year. Today, the 9th baby book with diabetes on IDC (diabetes)
New Atlas figures show there are now 4.6 billion adults with diabetes worldwide.
According to the latest white paper, diabetes prevalence increased by 9.3%. More than half (50.1%) of adults are not diagnosed. Type 2 diabetes accounts for about 90% of all diabetics.
The number of patients with type 2 diabetes is increasing due to the complex interactions between socioeconomic, population, environmental and genetic factors. Key factors include urbanization, population aging, reduced levels of physical activity and levels of obesity and obesity
Is it the rise. For unknown reasons, type 1 diabetes is also on the rise.
IDC President, Professor Nam F. Shaw said: "Diabetes is a serious international health problem that has a huge socio-economic impact that can never be ignored."
"Increasing the prevalence of urine is a real cause for concern."
"All diabetics should be able to get the care they need cheaply and without interruption," he said.
Diabetes affects all age groups, regardless of geography or income. As many as 1.1 million children under the age of 20 and adolescents have been diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes. 3 out of 4 diabetics (3.52 million)
It belongs to the same age group (from 20 ~ 64 years). One in five people in the 65-year-old population is diabetic. Increased diabetes prevalence burdens countries' ability to provide regular and accessible access to basic remedies and appropriate treatment
Giving. As a result, many patients have difficulty managing diabetes and are at serious health risk.
Diabetics who fail to detect or receive inadequate support can develop serious and life-threatening complications such as heart attack, strokes, kidney failure, vision loss and leg amputation. Complications arise
This can lead to poor quality of life, increased costs for health care and stress for families.
Prof. Reese Williams, chair of the IDC Diabetes White Paper Committee, said,
We collected and analyzed a significant amount of research and new evidence for the preparation of the 9th IDC Diabetes White Paper. IDF provides the diabetes community and the public with information on the prevalence of diabetes worldwide
In the meantime, there has been an increase in domestic research that supports IDF expectations and projections. "
You can do a lot to reduce the effects of diabetes. Evidence suggests that type 2 diabetes is often prevented. In all types of diabetes, they have access to early diagnosis and appropriate treatment
This can prevent or slow down complications in diabetics.
Other key findings in the IXth White Paper on IDC Diabetes include:
The total number of diabetics is expected to increase to 5.78 billion by 2030 and 700 million by 2045.
Glucose resistance worsens in 374 million adults, increasing the risk of developing type 2 diabetes.
Health spending on diabetes in 2019 is expected to reach $ 760 billion.
Diabetes is one of the top 10 causes of death and nearly half of deaths are under 60 years.
-1 of 6 newborns are affected by hyperglycaemia during pregnancy.
Additional information and supporting information on the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in countries, regions and around the world included in the IDC White Paper on Diabetes is available on the website?
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Introduction to IDF Diabetes White Paper
The White Paper on Diabetes IDC is an authoritative source of the global impact of diabetes. First published in 2000, the IDF Diabetes White Paper is periodically updated in collaboration with IDF and experts around the world.
Provides data on diabetes prevalence, mortality and costs regionally and nationally. The White Paper on Diabetes IDC focuses on the importance and increasing impact of diabetes in all countries and regions of IDC.
About the International Diabetes Federation (IDF)
IDF is an umbrella organization made up of more than 230 National Diabetes Associations in 170 countries and regions. The IDF presents the benefits of increased diabetes and those at risk for diabetes. IDC was
He led the global diabetes community.
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