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Diabetes in Germany – Nationalen Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019 (refer to: Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019)

Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019

National Diabetes Surveillance published the first diabetes report, ‘Diabetes in Germany – National Diabetes Surveillance Report 2019’ on 14 November 2019, World Diabetes Day. The report sets out the most important results gained from the project to establish national diabetes surveillance at the Robert Koch Institute and also provides an overview of the current situation relating to diabetes in Germany.

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Contextual factors as risk factors for diabetes

On the occasion of the World Diabetes Day on November 14, 2022, the Diabetes Surveillance at the Robert Koch-Institute (RKI) publishes current results on contextual factors that may have an influence on type 2 diabetes risk. More: Contextual factors as risk factors for diabetes …

Person sitzend am Arbeitsplatz  (refer to: Contextual factors as risk factors for diabetes)

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)

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