Data

Year of publication

2019

Type

Quantitative

Design

Cross-sectional

Classification

NOVA

Country studied

Brazil

Data

Primary

Data Collected

One 24 food recall

Study setting

Clinic

Age group of participant

Children/7-16

Participant sex

Mixed

Target population

Vulnerable (childrens)

Sample size

n=120 (participants)

Predictive factors of non-HDL cholesterol in children and adolescents with type 1 diabetes mellitius: A Cross-sectionalstudy

Goal

Assess predictors of non-HDL cholesterol in children and adolescents with T1DM.

Results

The mean age of of the subjects was 11.74_±_2.88_years, 53.3% were female, and the mean duration of T1DM was 6.68_±_3.33_years. The mean energy intake from carbohydrates, proteins, and lipids was 51.98% (±9.20), 21.43% (±6.13), and 26.57% (±9.98), respectively. The energy intake from processed and ultra-processed foods represented 40.79% of total energy intake. The predictors of non-HDL cholesterol were: HbA1c (%) (p_=_0.000, __=_8.5, CI: 4.8–12.1), duration of T1DM (p_=_0.000, __=_2.8, CI: 1.3–4.3), and sex (p_=_0.032, __=_10.1, CI: 0.9–19.4).

Authors

Silverio RNC, de Aquino Lacerda EM, Fortins RF, et al.

Journal

Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

DOI