DOI: https://doi.org/10.30978/DE2018-2-16

Сучасні підходи до досягнення оптимального метаболічного контролю в дітей із цукровим діабетом 1 типу

A. V. Solntsava, N. V. Volkava

Анотація


Одне з основних завдань лікування цукрового діабету в дітей – досягнення компенсації вуглеводного обміну з метою запобігання розвитку тривалих ускладнень і підвищення якості життя. Застосування аналогів інсуліну, інсулінових помп і систем безперервного моніторування глікемії значно розширили можливості контролю діабету. У статті розглянуто сучасні дані про цільові показники метаболічного контролю в дітей із цукровим діабетом 1 типу й засоби їх досягнення.


Ключові слова


діти; цукровий діабет 1 типу; аналоги інсуліну; безперервний моніторинг глікемії; інсулінова помпа

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