Surprising variation in insulin treatment for kids


There is significant geographical variation in the type of insulin, dose and device given to kids with type 1 diabetes, a survey of Australian and New Zealand clinicians reveals. The online survey of 110 paediatric endocrinologists and paediatricians providing care for children and adolescents with diabetes, found Australian clinicians largely favoured multiple daily injections (MDI) ...


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