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ea0081ep377 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2022

Degenerative complications after insulin therapy: are there benefits to prescribing analogue insulin compared to human insulin?

Rachdi Rim , Lajili Olfa , Moalla Hajer , Souissi Nessrine , Ounaissa Kamilia , Abdesselem Haifa , Amrouche Chiraz

Introduction: Over the past two decades, the development of genetic engineering techniques has led to the emergence of insulin analogue that have the advantage of improving diabetics quality of life compared to human insulin. The aim of our study was to compare the frequency of occurrence of degenerative complications in two groups of patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D) on human insulin (NPH) and analogue insulin, and thus determine whether or not there are benefits to prescri...

ea0063p898 | Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism 3 | ECE2019

Does diabetes expose to multidrug-resistant urinary tract infections?

Jemai Chaima , Islem Stambouli , Hajer Moalla , Nadia Alaya , Faten Mahjoub , Olfa Berriche , Henda Jamoussi

Introduction: Urinary tract infection is worrying in diabetic patients especially unbalanced. Contracting a multidrug-resistant bacterium is even more alarming since it narrows the therapeutic means in a patient whose immune system is already weakened by the diabetes. The objective of this study is to describe the clinical and metabolic characteristics of a population of diabetic patients with urinary tract infection.Methods: This is a retrospective stud...

ea0081p363 | Diabetes, Obesity, Metabolism and Nutrition | ECE2022

Evaluation of the Ankle-brachial index in a group of long-standing type 1 diabetic patients

Bornaz Emna , Abdesselem Haifa , Moalla Hajer , Souissi Nesrine , Ounaissa Kamilia , Boukhayatia Fatma , Sebai Imene , Ben Mami Feyka , Amrouche Chiraz

Background: Lower extremity artery disease (LEAD) is a common complication of diabetes, with increasing prevalence with duration and/or the coexistence of other cardiovascular risk factors. The Ankle-brachial index (ABI) is the first diagnostic step after clinical examination, for screening and diagnosis of LEAD. The aim of our study was to evaluate the ABI in a group of long-standing type 1 diabetic patients.Methods: We conducted a cross-sectional study...