ISPAD Guidelines 2018 - Ch. 20: Management & support of children & adolescents with T1D in schools

Chapter 20: Management and support of children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes in school

Natasa Bratina, Gun Forsander, Francesca Annan, Tim Wysocki, Jessica Pierce, Luis Eduardo Calliari, Danièle Pacaud, Peter Adolfsson, Klemen Dovč, Angie Middlehurst, Peter Goss, Jennifer Goss, Staffan Janson, and Carlo L. Acerini

One of the most important goals for the ISPAD group are guidelines that set goals in achieving good care for children with diabetes for countries all over the world. Today we have a new published chapter – good care for children in the school. Measurements of blood glucose, ketones in urine, insulin injections, dealing with modern pumps and sensors, proper diet, attending school camps, legal rights, psychological issues are discussed, as well as prevention of hypoglycaemia and dealing with high blood glucose. The age at diagnose is getting lower, the incidence of T1D is increasing so more and more children need support at school, so we must teach and guide caregivers in the school environment.

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