Консенсус керівних настанов з клінічної практики ISPAD 2018 р. Управління діабетом у дітей дошкільного віку

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  • Переклад - Н. Б. Зелінська Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ http://orcid.org/0000-0002-9000-8940

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.30978/UJPE2021-2-35

Ключові слова:

Настанови ISPAD; діти дошкільного віку; діабет 1 типу

Анотація

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Біографія автора

Переклад - Н. Б. Зелінська , Український науково-практичний центр ендокринної хірургії, трансплантації ендокринних органів і тканин МОЗ України, Київ

Зелінська Наталія Борисівна, д. мед. н., професор, зав. відділу дитячої ендокринології

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