Pediatric Diabetes Recommends in April
Pediatric Diabetes recommends you articles from current issue:
- Viruses and type 1 diabetes: a new look at an old story. Maria E Craig, Sandhya Nair, Hayley Stein and William D. Rawlinson.
- The "Glucositter" overnight automated closed loop system for type 1 diabetes: a randomized crossover trial. Revital Nimri; Thomas Danne; Olga Kordonouri; Eran Atlas; Natasa Bratina; Torban Biester; Magdalena Avbelj; Shahar Miller; Ido Muller; Moshe Phillip and Tadej Battelino.
- Acceleration of Insulin Pharmacodynamic Profile by a Novel Insulin Infusion Site Warming Device. Eda Cengiz; Stuart A. Weinzimer; Jennifer L. Sherr; Eileen Tichy; Melody Martin; Lori Carria; Amy Steffen; William V. Tamborlane.
- Home urine C-peptide creatininge ratio (UCPCR) testing can identify Type 2 and MODY in pediatric diabetes. Rachel EJ Besser; Beverley M. Shields; Suzanne E. Hammersley; Kevin Colclough; Timothy J. McDonald; Zoe Gray; James JN Heywood; Timothy G. Barrett; Andrew T. Hattersley
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Pediatric Diabetes is our - ISPAD - official journal. Pediatric Diabetes is a journal, published eight times a year, devoted to disseminate of new knowledge relating to the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, management, complications and prevention of diabetes in childhood and adolescence. The aim of the journal is to become the vehicle for international dissemination of research and practice relating to diabetes in children and adolescents.
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