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Managing Diabetes in Children

Quiz for CE Credit

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1. Unlike adult onset Type 2 Diabetes (T2DM) where there is little difference between men and women getting diabetes, youth-T2DM is female dominant in regards to onset.

2. Metabolic syndrome and insulin resistance are two driving facts typically seen in youth-onset T2DM.

3. More children with youth-onset T2DM experienced treatment failure with metformin initiation than adults during the same duration of treatment.

4. The following is/are long-term complications of youth-onset T2DM:

5. The RISE study found that youth make more C-Peptide and insulin in response to similar glycemic stimuli compared to adults.

6. Which of the following is/are differences in T2DM in youth compared to adults:

7. One study found that two years of metformin treatment in obese youth during puberty improved BMI and body fat, but not insulin-resistance or B-cell function.

8. The TODAY study found that Thiazolidinedione’s (TZDs) in youth had the following response(s):

9. The TODAY study found that an A1c > 6.3% is a good predictor indicating the likelihood to lose glycemic control.