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Type 1 Diabetes NOW

Yasuko Uchigata Prof, PhD, MD


It is easy to obtain some informations concerning Type 1 diabetes (used to be called juvenile diabetes) because many materials have been published on the topic.
However, it is rare for patients with diabetes at a young age to share, understand some of the unique condition of type 1 diabetes in children/adolescence and obtain some answers regarding problems concerning the treatment.
In this corner, Professor and Chair Uchigata in the Diabetes Center, Tokyo Women's Medical University, School of Medicine who has specialized in the treatment of type 1 diabetes in children/adolescence for many years, is willing to talk about the knowledges and experiences which she acquired through giving treatment and to share with both medical and/or co-medical staffs involved in patient education and the patients who have to spend their life with diabetes.
We hope this page will give you hints to help answer their various questions.

Profile of Yasuko Uchigata,Prof, PhD, MD
Graduated from Kanazawa University School of Medicine in 1977 and was involved in diabetes research in National Institutes of Health (NIH) USA in 1983-1987.
Professor, Dept of Internal Medicine (III) and Diabetes Center, Tokyo Women's Medical University School of Medicine from 2004.
Professor and Chair, Dept of Internal Medicine (III) and Diabetes Center, Tokyo Women's Medical University School of Medicine from 2011.

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Type 1 Diabetes NOW
Previous Posts
01  Diabetes in children/adolescence has both type 1 and 2 diabetes
02  Diabetes in children/adolescence has both type 1 and 2 diabetes
03  A new teaching material for patients with type 1 diabetes in children/adolescence has completed
04  Why do you get polyuria when you have hyperglycemia ?
05  What kind of problems around treatment of diabetes when you change the physician in charge from pediatricians to internists?
06  Diabetes in Children/Adolescents and the Japan Association for Diabetes Education and Care, and Certified Diabetes Educator of Japan (CDEJ)
07  Do you know fulminant type 1 diabetes?
08  Insulin Pump
09  Inhaled Insulin
10  Hyperglycemia and Hypoglycemia
11  Type 1 Diabetes Patients Should Eat Normally
12  Risk Management for Insulin Treatment!
13  Clinical Trials
14  "Unite for Diabetes" Campaign Led by International Diabetes Federation
15  Do Injections Really Hurt?
16  What were the results of DCCT / EDIC?
17  Metabolic Syndrome Could Be Caused “Also” By Insulin Injection?
18  Why do you do SMBG testing?
19  Unite for Diabetes Part 2
20  Pay Attention to Juvenile-onset Type 2 Diabetes Also
21  Hypoglycemic symptoms do change
22  Blood Glucose Goes Up After Exercise?
23  Don't Realize Even If I Have Severe Hypoglycemia During the Night
24  So Worried About Blood Glucose That I Cannot Eat To My Satisfaction
25  Continuous Glucose Monitoring System (CGMS)
26  Can I Take Insulin with Me When Going Abroad?
27  Meals While in Other Countries and Insulin Dosage
28  IDF Youth Charter Completed
29  Time Difference and Insulin Injection Dosage
30  Can you spread your fingers well?
31  Continue Insulin Treatment for 50 Years
32  Dishing Up Food On Large Plates....
33  Time Required for Blood Glucose to Fall Following Insulin Injection
34  Rough Road Ahead of Inhaled Insulin
35  Side Effects of Insulin
36  Pediatric Diabetes Committee, Japan Association for Diabetes Education and Care
37  Brochure on Q&A about Diabetes and Pregnancy Has Been Completed
38  Not Convinced of SMBG Results
39  Are those of you at puberty talking with your doctor about change of voice or menstrual period?
40  International Academic Conferences on Diabetes and Global DAWN Youth Survey Presentation 2008
41  Is there anything wrong with me being troubled in mind?
42  My Family’s Concern for Me Is Rather Annoying
43  Therapeutic Patient Education (TPE) and Idea Planned by Japanese Youth
44  Roughly "Estimate"
45  If Blood Glucose Rises, Just Inject Insulin?
46  Inject Insulin in the Sickbay While in School…
47  Set Target HbA1c Level for the Next Visit?
48  Bound by Something?
49  Pay Attention to Your Usual Injection Site!
50  Since drink should not stay in the stomach….
51  Hair falls out
52  You May Have Known Already
53  Occur with High Frequency or Low Frequency
54  My child was doing well until through high school…
55  Phobia of Hyperglycemia or Hypoglycemia
56  Overseas Trend in Diabetes Care
- From 2010 American Diabetes Association's Scientific Sessions
57  Basic Pitfall of Four-time Daily Injection Regimen - Late Dinner
58  New Drugs Keep Coming But Eating Properly Comes First!