- Good metabolic control is associated with better quality of life in 2,101 adolescents with type 1 diabetesH Hoey
Department of Paediatrics, Trinity College, National Children s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
Diabetes Care 24:1923-8. 2001..This study aimed to assess these relations in a large international cohort of adolescents with diabetes and their families...
- Background and methods for evaluating quality of life in children and adolescents with diabetesHilary M C V Hoey
Department of Paediatrics, University of Dublin, Trinity College, National Children's Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin 24, Ireland
Acta Biomed 74:7-12. 2003
- Auxology and growth assessmentH Hoey
Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin, Dublin
Ir Med J 98:185-7. 2005
- Parent and health professional perspectives in the management of adolescents with diabetes: development of assessment instruments for international studiesHilary Hoey
Department of Paediatrics, Trinity College, National Children s Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin, 24, Ireland
Qual Life Res 15:1033-42. 2006..Assessment of quality of life (QOL) in adolescents with diabetes requires patient, parent and health professional input. Psychometrically robust instruments to assess parent and professional perspectives are required...
- Insulin injection regimens and metabolic control in an international survey of adolescents with type 1 diabetes over 3 years: results from the Hvidore study groupReinhard W Holl
University of Ulm, ZIBMT, Albert Einstein Allee 47, 89081 Ulm, Germany
Eur J Pediatr 162:22-9. 2003..Conclusive evidence, however, should be based on prospectively planned, randomised therapeutic trials in paediatric patients...
- Differences between males and females in the seasonality of birth and month of clinical onset of disease in children with type 1 diabetes mellitus in IrelandEdna F Roche
Department of Pediatrics Diabetes, Growth and Endocrinology, University of Dublin, Trinity College and the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin, Ireland
J Pediatr Endocrinol Metab 16:779-82. 2003..01), was observed in month of clinical onset, also only in males. If we assume a viral infectious etiology of DMI, females seem to be less susceptible than males to the environmental infectious influences...