hrp0095p1-253 | Diabetes and Insulin | ESPE2022

Incidence and risk factors for paediatric diabetic retinopathy: case control for a tertiary hospital in Leeds, United Kingdom

Hester Holly , Adams Elizabeth , Kelleher Aoife , Yong James , Campbell Fiona

Introduction: Diabetic retinopathy is a leading microvascular complication and preventable cause of vision loss. NHS diabetes eye screening program (DESP) assesses for early signs, with population prevalence between 3.5% and 24.2%. Understanding the factors involved is important to reduce morbidity.Aims and objectives: Establish clinical characteristics and modifiable risk factors for patients with retinopathy identified...

hrp0082p2-d3-355 | Diabetes (2) | ESPE2014

Glycaemic Control and Microvascular Complications in Adolescents and Young Adults with Type 1 Diabetes: Outcome Following Transfer of Care to Adult Services

Uday Suma , Campbell Fiona , Yong James , Ajjan Ramzi

Introduction: Transition of young adults with diabetes has received much attention in recent years. Despite concerns regarding deterioration in glycaemic control and lack of engagement in services following transfer of care from paediatric to adult services, very few studies have looked at the effect of transfer on glycaemic control and clinic attendance as the primary outcome.Objectives: To establish the glycaemic control and rate of microvascular compl...

hrp0084p2-284 | Diabetes | ESPE2015

In-Patient Care for Children with Type 1 Diabetes – A Regional Audit in the Yorkshire and Humber Region in the North of England

Uday Suma , Amin Nadia , Campbell Fiona , Yong James

Introduction: An important part of diabetes management is maintaining high standards of in-patient care. A previous audit in the South of England demonstrated difficulties consistently achieving standards identified as good practice.Objectives: To identify variations in in-patient care provided to children with type 1 diabetes across the Yorkshire and Humber region.Methods: The audit was conducted against in-patient care standards ...

hrp0094p2-118 | Diabetes and insulin | ESPE2021

Bilateral severe proliferative retinopathy, macular oedema, and lack of macrocytosis in an adolescent male with thiamine-responsive megaloblastic anaemia

Chandwani Manju , Spilioti Diamantina-Xanthi , How-Yaw Stephanie , Yong James , Mathapati Dannaya ,

Thiamine-Responsive Megaloblastic Anaemia (TRMA) is a rare autosomal recessive disorder emerging due to mutation in the thiamine transporter 1 gene. It presents with sensorineural hearing loss, non-immune diabetes mellitus and megaloblastic anaemia. Ocular manifestations of TRMA described so far include optic atrophy and cone-rod retinal dystrophy. This paper presents a case report of a British-Pakistani adolescent boy unexpectedly diagnosed with bilateral severe proliferative...