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Subject: diabetes, Lifestyle
ObjectivesPre-diabetes is an important indicator of future diabetes burden and many countries are reporting prevalence estimates of pre-diabetes. To date in Ireland, estimates of the prevalence of pre-diabetes were unavailable. Our objectives were to estimate the prevalence of pre-diabetes in a...
Current estimates of diabetes prevalence in the Republic of Ireland (RoI) are based on UK epidemiological studies. This study uses Irish data to describe the prevalence of doctor-diagnosed diabetes amongst all adults aged 18+ years and undiagnosed diabetes amongst those aged 45+ years.The survey of...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Republic of Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient Enquiry, 2010Republic of Ireland denominator:...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Northern Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient System, DHSSPS, 2005/06Northern Ireland denominator...
Directly age and gender standardised rate of all emergency (i.e. non-elective) admissions to hospital for asthma and diabetes (ICD 10 codes E10-E14, J45, J46) per 100,000 European standard population. Republic of Ireland numerator: Hospital Inpatient Enquiry, 2005Republic of Ireland denominator:...
The Institute of Public Health in Ireland publishes estimates and forecasts of the prevalence of chronic health conditions for national and subnational areas on the island of Ireland. The estimates and forecasts are based on statistical models of nationally representative health survey data that...
Subject: diabetes
Chronic conditions are responsible for a significant proportion of early deaths. They reduce quality of life in many of the adults living with them, represent substantial financial costs to patients and the health and social care system, and cause a significant loss of productivity to the economy....
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterised by too much glucose in the blood. The body breaks down digested food into a sugar called glucose from which it derives energy. The hormone insulin allows the body to use that sugar by helping glucose to enter the cells. When a person...
Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic disorders characterised by too much glucose in the blood. The body breaks down digested food into a sugar called glucose from which it derives energy. The hormone insulin allows the body to use that sugar by helping glucose to enter the cells. When a person...
Ireland and Northern Ireland’s Population Health Observatory (INIsPHO) recently published estimates of the population prevalence of diabetes in 2005 and forecasts to 2010 and 2015 for the island of Ireland, at the national and sub-national levels. These estimates are based the PBS Model...

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