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Type 1 diabetes – suspecting in children 0-19 pathway

Incidence of Type 1 diabetes in children is rising and paediatric onset diabetes can be different from adults as it has its own distinct epidemiology, pathophysiology, developmental considerations and response to therapy. This easy-to-use visual can alert the primary care clinician of a child 0-10 presenting with symptoms suggestive of T1DM and what next steps should be taken to ensure timely diagnosis and treatment.

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