P R Betts
Affiliation: University of Southampton
- An assessment of paediatric diabetes care in three centres in Russia and in Southampton, UK. The Paediatric Teams in Moscow, Tula, Tambov, SouthamptonP R Betts
Southampton University Hospitals Trust, UK
Diabet Med 16:772-8. 1999..This joint international study was set up to compare of care and outcomes against published guidelines in three Russian centres and one UK centre...
- Diabetes care in childhood and adolescenceP R Betts
Southampton University Hospitals Trust, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK
Diabet Med 19:61-5. 2002..A national paediatric diabetes register together with regular audit will encourage these objectives...
- Doctor, who will be looking after my child's diabetes?P R Betts
The Children s Hospital, Leicester Royal Infirmary, UK
Arch Dis Child 88:6-7. 2003
- Increasing body weight predicts the earlier onset of insulin-dependant diabetes in childhood: testing the 'accelerator hypothesis' (2)P Betts
Department of Paediatrics, Southampton University Hospitals Trust, UK
Diabet Med 22:144-51. 2005..Pre-onset as well as peri- and post-onset measurements of height and weight were available, and waist circumference was recorded at various intervals after onset...
- Hormones and handednessJ Mulligan
The Wessex Growth Study, University Child Health, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK
Horm Res 56:51-7. 2001..At recruitment, short children had a relatively low birth weight, delayed bone age and were more likely than controls to be short for family...
- Longitudinal study of urinary albumin excretion in young diabetic patients--Wessex Diabetic Nephropathy ProjectS Twyman
Department of Chemical Pathology, Southampton General Hospital, Southampton, UK
Diabet Med 18:402-8. 2001..Clinical cut-offs of < 4.5 and < 5.2 mg/mmol creatinine for males and females, respectively, are suggested for the interpretation of changes in ACR in random urine samples in young people with Type 1 diabetes...
- Type 2 diabetes in obese white childrenA J Drake
The Royal Hospital for Children, The Paul O Gorman Building, Upper Maudlin Street, Bristol BS2 8BJ, UK
Arch Dis Child 86:207-8. 2002..Although these are the first reported obese, white cases from the UK to present with diabetes, we believe this clinical scenario will become more prevalent given the epidemic of childhood obesity in this country...
- An assessment of pancreatic endocrine function and insulin sensitivity in patients with transient neonatal diabetes in remissionJ P H Shield
St Michael s Hill, Bristol BS2 8BJ, UK
Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 89:F341-3. 2004....