hrp0097p2-253 | Late Breaking | ESPE2023

Challenges and Outcomes of Using Insulin Analogues in Children with Diabetes in Low- and Middle-Income Countries.

Marzouk Asma , Laajili Mariem , Bouaziz Asma

Introduction: The selection of insulin therapy for children with type 1 diabetes (T1DM) poses a challenge, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. This study aimed to assess the utilization of insulin analogues in diabetic children and identify factors associated with achieving glycemic goals.Methods: In a retrospective study involving 80 children with T1DM, the impact of transitioning from human insulin to ins...

hrp0095p1-430 | Bone, Growth Plate and Mineral Metabolism | ESPE2022

Importance of early detection of familial hypomagnesemia in preventing neurological handicap

Marzouk Asma , Tej Amel , Dworniczak Bernd , Donaldson Malcolm

Background: Hereditary hypomagnesemia with secondary hypocalcemia (HSH) is a are autosomal recessive disorder which presents in early infancy with generalized convulsions, or other symptoms related to increased neuromuscular excitability. Several mutations in the TRPM6 gene have been described. Early diagnosis is an effective means of preventing the inevitable neurocognitive sequelae which occur in the absence of appropriate treatment.<s...

hrp0097p1-444 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2023

From human insulin to insulin analogues: what impact on the BMI of children with type 1 diabetes?

Marzouk Asma , Laajili Mariem , Zouari Noura , Bouguila Jihene , Bouaziz ASma

Introduction:Despite the widely proven value of insulin analogs in the treatment of children with type 1 diabetes (T1D), pediatric studies of Increased weight gain in T1D are complicated by the age-dependency and gender-dependency of BMI, and also by a trend towards obesity in the general population.Objective: to assess the impact of switching from Humain Insulin (HI) to insulin analogues on the BMI of children with T1D....

hrp0097p1-552 | Pituitary, Neuroendocrinology and Puberty | ESPE2023

What girls know about puberty ?

Marzouk Asma , Siliti saida , Laajili Mariem , Kefi Ahlem , Thebti Rahma , Mzoughi oumaima , Ben Hssine sarra , Friha Farida , Bouaziz Asma

Introduction: Puberty is a very sensitive period in the life of every adolescent. Having enough knowledge about this physiological phenomenon would allow them to better understand the morphological and psychological changes and to better accept themselves. And therefore, to know how to distinguish between what is pathological and what is normal. This awareness is crucial to diagnose pubertal pathology in time. Hence the important role of school medicine in ens...

hrp0097p2-73 | Fetal, Neonatal Endocrinology and Metabolism | ESPE2023

When the infant makes the diagnosis of Biermer's disease of his mother

Kefi Ahlem , Marzouk Asma , Gaarbaa Altaf , Thebti Rahma , Laajili Mariem , Mzoughi Oumaima , Ben Hssine Sarra , Friha Farida , Bouaziz Asma

Introduction: The nutritional status of young breastfed infants is sometimes dependent on the nutritional status of their mothers. Investigation of poor infant weight gain should take into account possible nutritional diseases of the mothers including Biermer's disease.Objective: through a clinical case, remind the importance of exploring the nutritional status of mothers of exclusively breastfed infants with poor w...

hrp0097p2-167 | Thyroid | ESPE2023

Subclinical hypothyroidism in children: epidemiological study of 30 patients

Marzouk Asma , Ammar Mariem , Braik Amina , Laajili Mariem , Kefi Ahlem , thebti rahma , Mzoughi Oumaima , Friha farida , Ben Hssine Sarra , Bouaziz Asma

Introduction:Subclinical hypothyroidism (SH) is defined in children by a moderate rise in TSH (TSH: 4.5-10 mU/l) compared to a normal level of free T4. However, the clinical consequences remain a subject of controversy, hence the need to take a position on the relevance of treating it.Objective: Description of the clinical, biological and evolutionary characteristics of SH in children.Patie...

hrp0097p2-229 | Thyroid | ESPE2023

What is the risk on intelligence in children with dysthyroiidism ?

Marzouk Asma , Braeik Amina , Ben Hssine Nahed , Laajili Mariem , Kefi Ahlem , Thebti rahma , Mzoughi oumaima , Ben Hssine Sarra , Friha farida , Bouaziz Asma

Introduction:Thyroid hormones are essential for early neurocognitive development as well as growth and development throughout childhood. The intelligence of children with dysthyroidism has been little evaluated.Objective:Assessing of the intelligence in children with dysthyroidism.Patients and methods: Descriptive prospective study carried out by applying the IQ in 26 patients aged...