hrp0089ss1.3 | Special Symposia: Nutrition and Growth | ESPE2018

Interaction between Nutrition, the Endocrine System and the Growth Plate

Phillip Moshe

Children’s linear growth is a complex process determined by genetic and environmental factors. It is well known that nutrition influences linear growth, but the precise mechanisms by which nutrition interact with height gain was never fully elucidated. In the present lecture, the way by which nutrition affects linear growth will be discussed. Specifically, we will discuss the effect of nutrition on the GH- IGF-1 axis and its local effect on the chondrocytes of the epiphys...

hrp0089wg4.6 | ESPE Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics Working Group | ESPE2018

Updates on the Developments of Decision Support Systems for the Treatment of Diabetes

Phillip Moshe

With the increased number of patients with diabetes on one hand and the shortage of professional teams of health care providers (HCP) worldwide on the other hand, new ways of providing medical care to patients with diabetes are needed. Decision Support Systems (DSS) and emerging tools are developed in order to help HCP during patients’ office visits and to help patients navigate their own metabolic control between office visits. Recently, tools of DSS have been tested in ...

hrp0086wg5.6 | ESPE Diabetes Technology and Therapeutics Working Group | ESPE2016

Prescribing Software for the Treatment of Diabetes

Phillip Moshe

Management of Type1 diabetes is a challenge for both patients and health-care providers. The majority of patients worldwide are not reaching the desired glycemic control. Barriers to good control include risk of hypoglycemia, glucose monitoring limitations, technologies of insulin administration, scarceness of diabetes experts their limited time required in order to give the appropriate level of personalized treatment and supervision during patients’ visits. Other reasons...

hrp0082wg2.1 | Global paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes | ESPE2014

Technological Horizon for the Treatment of Diabetes

Phillip Moshe

The daily treatment of pediatric patients with diabetes is challenging for patients, parents and medical teams. This is probably the reason why most patients all over the world do not meet the targets of glucose control defined by world organizations like ISPAD, EASD and the ADA as the safe zone for preventing complications, extending life expectancy and improving quality of life. New emerging technologies are in the pipeline of both academic centers and industry that promise ...

hrp0092p2-115 | Fat, Metabolism and Obesity | ESPE2019

The Prevalence of Severe Obesity and Related Comorbidities has Increased During the Last Decade Among Children and Adolescents Referred for Evaluation at the Obesity Clinic

Avnieli Yael , Phillip Moshe , Shalitin Shlomit

Background/Aims: Childhood obesity has increased markedly during the past decades.The aim of the study was to examine the changes in trends of severe obesity and related comorbidities among children and adolescents referred for evaluation at the obesity clinic in a tertiary care center in Israel.Methods: The study included patients aged 2-18 years referred for evaluation due to obesity (BMI > 9...

hrp0084p2-435 | Gonads | ESPE2015

Clinical Criteria Remain Paramount for the Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome in the Adolescent Age Group

de Vries Liat , Weinberg Adi , Phillip Moshe

Background: Adolescent polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) may be difficult to distinguish from pubertal changes and diagnosis remains a challenge.Objective and hypotheses: To investigate the value of different biochemical parameters for the diagnosis of PCOS and also to assess the prevalence of non-classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia (NCCAH) among adolescent girls referred for clinical symptoms suggesting PCOS.Method: Retrospect...

hrp0089p3-p277 | Multisystem Endocrine Disorders P3 | ESPE2018

Wolman Disease: Long-Term Endocrine and Metabolic Comorbidities

Bello Rachel , Stein Jerry , Phillip Moshe , Shalitin Shlomit

Introduction: Wolman Disease [WD] is a rare, autosomal recessive disease caused by lysosomal acid lipase deficiency and characterized by accumulation of cholesterol-esters and triglycerides primarily in the liver and spleen. Patients present within the first year of life with a rapidly progressive disease.Case: A girl born to consanguineous parents was diagnosed with WD due to characteristic manifestations and family history (genetically confirmed). At t...

hrp0086p1-p635 | Growth P1 | ESPE2016

Glucagon vs Clonidine Stimulation for Testing Growth Hormone Secretion in Children and Adolescents: Which is Better?

Asher Galit , Diament Rotem , Phillip Moshe , Lebenthal Yael

Background: The definitive diagnosis of childhood GH deficiency (GHD) depends on the demonstration of failure to respond to two stimuli. In our center children are allocated to either glucagon-first or clonidine-first according to the preference of the pediatric endocrinologist following the patient. The nursing staff prefer glucagon-first due to patient safety (less pronounced adverse events and faster recovery time). Few studies have addressed which GH stimulation test shoul...

hrp0082p2-d1-266 | Adrenals & HP Axis | ESPE2014

Is Basal 17-Hydroxyprogesterone a Sensitive Marker for Diagnosis of Non-Classical Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia?

Bello Rachel , Lebenthal Yael , Phillip Moshe , de Vries Liat

Background: A basal 17-hydroxyprogesterone (17-OHP) plasma level of 6.0 nmol/l was suggested as a threshold for the diagnosis of non-classical congenital adrenal hyperplasia (NCCAH), particularly in children presenting with precocious pubarche (PP).Objective: The present study aimed to determine if this threshold could lead to underdiagnosis of NCCAH.Method: In a retrospective study the cohort of pediatric patients (n=145,...

hrp0094wg3.3 | ESPE Working Group on Diabetes Technology (DT) Symposium | ESPE2021

The impact of fear of hyperglycemia in parents of children with type 1 diabetes mellitus on overall glycemic control

Liberman Alon , Nevo-Schenker Michal , Sachar-Lavie Iris , Phillip Moshe ,

Background: Achieving proper glycemic control is the major goal in the management of type 1 diabetes. The Diabetes Control and Complication Trial showed that optimal glycemic control can decrease micro- and macrovascular complications in adolescents and adults with type 1 diabetes. Both hypo and hyperglycemia affect crucial regions in the developing brain. In children and young adolescents, most of the work towards achieving optimal glycemic control is led by ...