Diabetes. Clinical guidelines (Final) The multidisciplinary team of authors 14. Management of diabetes in pregnancy: Standards of care for diabetes 2021 15. Diabetes care in the hospital: Standards of care for diabetes 2021


Diabetes is one of the most common human diseases. In various countries of the world, the number of patients with diabetes is 4-7 % of the total population. The incidence of diabetes increases with age and reaches 10-15% after the age of 65. The prevalence of diabetes in the world has a significant tendency to increase. A comparison of the prevalence of diabetes shows that in developed countries, a significant increase in diabetes is predicted for 2030 in people over 65; at the same time, developing countries are characterized by an increase in the number of diabetes patients aged 45-64. Today, there are 371 million people with diabetes in the world, and by 2025, 552 million people with diabetes are expected. Epidemiological studies of diabetes in Ukraine indicate a constant increase in the number of patients. This clinical guideline (CG) is a version of the clinical guideline of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Releases Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, 2021, USA, adapted for the health care system of Ukraine, which was chosen by the working group as an example of the best practice of providing medical care assistance to patients with diabetes and is based on evidence-based medicine data regarding the effectiveness and safety of medical interventions, pharmacotherapy and organisational principles of its provision. The clinical guideline was selected on the basis of objective evaluation criteria using an international tool — the AGREE II Guideline Expertise and Evaluation Questionnaire. The proposed CG should not be regarded as a standard of medical treatment. Compliance with the provisions of the CG is not a guarantee of successful treatment in each specific case, it cannot be considered as a guide that includes all necessary treatment methods or, on the contrary, excludes others. The final decision regarding the choice of a specific clinical procedure or treatment plan should be made by the doctor, taking into account the clinical condition of the patient and the possibilities for carrying out diagnostic and treatment measures in a medical institution. CG “Diabetes” aims to provide assistance to the doctor and patient in making a rational decision in various clinical situations, is informational support for improving the quality of clinical practice based on evidence of the effectiveness of the use of certain medical technologies, drugs and organisational resources of medical care.

Key words: diabetes, American Diabetes Association, Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, Ukraine, medical care 


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Diabetes. Clinical guidelines (Final) The multidisciplinary team of authors
14. Management of diabetes in pregnancy: Standards of care for diabetes 2021
15. Diabetes care in the hospital: Standards of care for diabetes 2021
Diabetes Obesity Metabolic Syndrome, 13(2),, 8-34.