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Since adult patients often represent a more heterogeneous group with an admixture of type 2 diabetes compared to a younger age group, disease classification and diagnosis is an added challenge. Many aspects of type 1 diabetes differ between patients with onset in childhood and adolescence compared to adult onset.
Diagnostic criteria and challenges aside, we hypothesized that there might be factors, either at presentation or during the first years of treatment, that may serve as discriminators between patients who achieve robust glycaemic control and those who do not. Such factors may be informative of unmet needs in terms of treatment modality or intensity at an early time point.
Diagnosis was based on classical clinical type 1 diabetes criteria, immediate need for insulin treatment and clinical presentation history of weight loss or diabetic ketoacidosis , whereas the presence of autoantibodies was not mandatory. A total of patients matched these selection criteria. The educational programme and standards for visits have essentially remained the same during the observational period.
All laboratory and anthropometric measurements were recorded using standardized procedures at the SDC accredited laboratory. Urine albumin concentration was measured by quantitative immunological turbidimetry Hitachi analyser, Boeringer, Mannheim, Germany on a single urine specimen.