Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0032p486 | Diabetes | ECE2013

Evaluation of adolescents with type 1 diabetes after transition from paediatric to adult care

Dominguez-Lopez Marta , Gonzalez-Molero Inmaculada , Lopez-Siguero Juan Pedro , Navas MSoledad Ruiz de Adana , Escofet Federico Soriguer

Objective: Our objective in this study was to identify the type of clinical care received by young type 1 diabetic patients who have made the transition from paediatric to adult care, and to assess the metabolic status of the patients. The research aimed to develop a sustainable and coordinated approach to facilitating the transition between diabetes services for adolescents and reveal from the perspective of the adolescents living with type 1 diabetes their experiences surrou...

ea0035p743 | Obesity | ECE2014

Profile of patients treated in our ‘eating disorders unit' from 1996 to the present

Bolivar Victoria Contreras , Raya Rida Nagib , Guerrero Maria Jose Tapia , Romero Maria Fontalba , Lopez Marta Dominguez , Garcia-Salazar Rosario Pilar Fernandez , Serrano David Palao , Romero Antonio Omiste , Fuster Gabriel Olveira , Escofet Federico Soriguer

Rationale: Our aim has been to describe the assistance demand and the profile of patients treated in the eating disorders unit in our hospital.Methods: Observational retrospective study (reviewing medical histories).Results: One thousand two hundred and fourteen patients have been treated at the eating disorders unit between 1996 and 2012, 91.8% female. Age at first visit: 22.1±8.3 years. Time of monitoring tracking: 1.2±...

ea0032p366 | Diabetes | ECE2013

Clinical experience of a monogenic diabetes unit during 2008–2012 in the Department of Endocrinology and Nutrition (Malaga, Spain)

Dominguez-Lopez Marta , Fernandez-Arias J David , Gonzalez-Molero INmaculada , Valdes Sergio , Miguel Gomez-Zumaquero Juan , Guerrero Mercedes , Colomo Natalia , Omiste Antonio , Palau David , Soledad Ruiz de Adana Maria , Escofet Federico Soriguer

Objectives: MODY diabetes is the most common form of monogenic diabetes, encompassing a heterogeneous group of disorders whose primary defect results from mutations in one of at least seven genes recognized, associated with a primary defect in insulin secretion. It has early onset and autosomal dominant inheritance.Our objective was to evaluate the results of monogenic diabetes clinic of the Endocrinology and Nutrition Department during 2008–2012.</...