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Ergebnisse for diabetes in adults (refer to: Diabetes in adults)

Diabetes in adults

In adulthood, the focus is on type 2 diabetes. The results cover important risk factors for the development of diabetes, early detection and care of diabetes and its secondary and concomitant diseases. Furthermore, the consequences for society as a whole are considered.

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New infographics on diabetes in children, adolescents and adults in Germany

The diabetes surveillance at the Robert Koch Institute presents the disease dynamics of diabetes in Germany using a variety of indicators. To make the results more easily available, infographics have been developed that summarize key findings on diabetes in children, adolescents and adults in an easily understandable and visually appealing way. More: New infographics on diabetes in children, adolescents and adults in Germany …

Infographic: Diabetes at a glance (refer to: New infographics on diabetes in children, adolescents and adults in Germany)

New data on disability-adjusted life years due to diabetes from the national burden of disease study BURDEN 2020

Diabetes mellitus is a chronic metabolic disease that is associated with an increased risk of concomitant and secondary diseases (complications) as well as increased mortality. As part of the BURDEN 2020 study at the Robert Koch Institute, the burden of disease due to morbidity and mortality was calculated for various diseases. The results for diabetes were included in the diabetes surveillance. More: New data on disability-adjusted life years due to diabetes from the national burden of disease study BURDEN 2020 …

Neue Daten zu verlorenen Lebensjahren durch Diabetes aus der nationalen Krankheitslaststudie BURDEN 2020 (refer to: New data on disability-adjusted life years due to diabetes from the national burden of disease study BURDEN 2020)

Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time

Type 2 diabetes (T2D) shows a high comorbidity with depression and there is strong evidence for a bi-directional relationship. However, the role of clinically relevant depression for diabetes prevention is still unclear. In a recent study, we investigated the prospective impact of major depressive disorder (MDD) on glycaemic changes after 12 years. More: Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time …

Diabetic Medicine - Sex-specific impact of major depressive disorder on 12-year change in glycaemic status: Results from a nationwide cohort study of adults without diabetes in Germany (refer to: Publication on the impact of major depressive disorder on glycaemic changes over time)

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