Below you find the latest publications on PubMed that discuss the FinnDiane cohort. For a complete overview click here
- A Targeted Multiomics Approach to Identify Biomarkers Associated with Rapid eGFR Decline in Type 1 DiabetesCONCLUSION: Known risk factors provide moderate discrimination of rapid eGFR decline. Identification of blood and urine biomarkers associated with rapid eGFR decline in T1D using targeted omics strategies may provide insight into disease mechanisms and improve upon clinical predictive models using traditional risk factors.
- Bacterial infections as novel risk factors of severe diabetic retinopathy in individuals with type 1 diabetesCONCLUSION: Bacterial infections are associated with an increased risk of incident SDR in type 1 diabetes.
- The association between bacterial infections and the risk of coronary heart disease in type 1 diabetesCONCLUSION: Bacterial infections are associated with an increased risk of incident CHD in individuals with type 1 diabetes.
- Perceived Stress and Adherence to the Dietary Recommendations and Blood Glucose Levels in Type 1 DiabetesStress may negatively impact self-management of diabetes and thereby deteriorate glycaemic control. Eating is the most frequently reported stress-release method. In this study, we investigated the association between perceived stress (PS), dietary adherence, and glycaemic control. Data from participants in the FinnDiane Study with type 1 diabetes who had completed a diet questionnaire and Cohen's […]
- Response to Comment on Mäkimattila et al. Every Fifth Individual With Type 1 Diabetes Suffers From an Additional Autoimmune Disease: A Finnish Nationwide Study. Diabetes Care 2020;43:1041-1047No abstract