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IDF DIABETES ATLAS FOURTH EDITION

The mission of the International Diabetes Federation is to promote diabetes care, prevention and a cure worldwide

I D F D I A B E T E S AT L A S

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FOURTH EDITION

CONTENTS

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CONTENTS Acknowledgements Foreword Introduction UN Resolution 61/225 Executive Summary

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CHAPTER 1

WHAT IS DIABETES?

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THE GLOBAL BURDEN 2.1 Epidemiology and Morbidity 2.1.1 Diabetes and Impaired Glucose Tolerance 2.1.2 Diabetes in the Young: a Global Perspective 2.2 Diabetes and Depression 2.3 Morbidity and Mortality 2.4 The Economic Impacts of Diabetes

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REGIONAL OVERVIEW 3.1 Africa 3.2 Europe 3.3 Middle East and North Africa 3.4 North America and Caribbean 3.5 South and Central America 3.6 South-East Asia 3.7 Western Pacific

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THE URGENT NEED: PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT 4.1 The Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes 4.2 The Challenges of Type 2 Diabetes 4.3 Diabetes Education

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TAKING ACTION: DIABETES POLICY AND HEALTHCARE RESPONSE 5.1 National Diabetes Programmes 5.2 Beyond Access to Insulin 5.3 Global Monitoring of Quality of Diabetes Care

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FROM VISION TO ACTION 6.1 The Next Health Tsunami: Non-communicable Diseases 6.2 Winning the Battle against Diabetes

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RESOURCES FOR ACTION 7.1 International Diabetes Federation 7.2 International Diabetes Federation Position Statements 7.3 Useful Resources APPENDIX Appendix 1: Country Summary Table: Estimates for 2010 Abbreviations and Acronyms Glossary References Index

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I D F D I A B E T E S AT L A S

Online version of IDF Diabetes Atlas: www.eatlas.idf.org © International Diabetes Federation, 2009 No part of this publication may be reproduced, translated, or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written permission of the International Diabetes Federation. First published, 2000 Second edition, 2003 Third edition, 2006 Fourth edition, 2009 Permission has been obtained from the United Nations, Population Division to use data from the World Population Prospects: The 2006 Revision. ISBN-13: 978-2-930229-71-3 Design and layout: De Visu Digital Document Design www.devisu.com

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

DIABETES ATLAS, FOURTH EDITION COMMITTEE Nigel Unwin (co-chair), Delice Gan (co-chair), Jean Claude Mbanya, Ambady Ramachandran, Gojka Roglic, Jonathan Shaw, Gyula Soltèsz, David Whiting, Janice Zgibor, Ping Zhang, Paul Zimmet

EDITORIAL TEAM Nigel Unwin, David Whiting, Delice Gan, Olivier Jacqmain, Grégory Ghyoot

CONTRIBUTORS The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) would like to thank the following core contributors: Ala Alwan, Katrien Benhalima, David Beran, Alexandra Buckley, Jonathan Brown, Ruth Colagiuri, Gisela Dahlquist, Leonard Egede, Charles Ellis, Simon Griffin, Ann Keeling, Chantal Mathieu, Jean Claude Mbanya, Marg McGill, Helen McGuire, Gregory Nichols, Chris Patterson, Gretchen Piatt, Gojka Roglic, Jonathan Shaw, Robyn Short, Richard Sicree, Martin Silink, Rebecca Simmons, Gyula Soltész, Dorte Vistisen, Donna Wolf, John Yudkin, Janice Zgibor, Ping Zhang, Xinzhi Zhang, Paul Zimmet IDF would also like to thank the following for their contribution: Tania Acosta, Noël C Barengo, Rafael Gabriel, Fatema Jawad, Timo Saaristo, Frank Snoek, Jaakko Tuomilehto, Harrison Wanjiru

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