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October 2018

The time lag prior to the rise in glucose requirements to maintain stable glycaemia during moderate exercise in a fasted insulinaemic state is of short duration

There is a 20-min low exogenous glucose demand period during which the glucose requirements to maintain stable glycaemia do not increase during moderate exercise

Diabetes (Type 1) Published research Diabetes and Obesity
October 2018

ISPAD Clinical Practice Consensus Guidelines 2018: Exercise in children and adolescents with diabetes

Promotion of regular physical activity is an integral part of diabetes care delivery and health care providers should promote this message at every available opportunity

Diabetes (Type 1) Published research Diabetes and Obesity
September 2018

Insulin Pump Therapy in Adolescents With Very Poor Glycemic Control During a 12-Month Cohort Trial

We conclude that insulin pump therapy can be an effective tool to improve glycemic control in adolescents with long-standing treatment resistance

Diabetes (Type 1) Published research Diabetes and Obesity