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AuthorBener, Abdulbari
AuthorKim, Eun-Jung
AuthorMutlu, Fatih
AuthorEliyan, Afnan
AuthorDelghan, Hamsa
AuthorNofal, Enas
AuthorShalabi, Luma
AuthorWadi, Nada
Available date2016-05-16T10:55:23Z
Publication Date2014
Publication NameDiabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research and Reviews
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsx.2014.09.005
CitationBener, A., Kim, E.-J., Mutlu, F., Eliyan, A., Delghan, H., Nofal, E., Shalabi, L., Wadi, N. "Burden of diabetes mellitus attributable to demographic levels in Qatar: An emerging public health problem" (2014) Diabetes and Metabolic Syndrome: Clinical Research and Reviews, 8 (4), pp. 216-220.
ISSN1871-4021
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/4528
AbstractDiabetes is one of the main contributors to ill health and premature mortality worldwide and its prevalence has been rising during the last decades. Aim The aim of the present study was to quantify the burden of disease in terms of deaths and loss of healthy life years (DALYs) attributed to diabetes by its demographic levels in the State of Qatar.Materials and methods The methods were largely based on the established Global Burden of Disease methodology and use the burden of disease in terms of disability adjusted life years (DALYs) and the years lost due to disability (YLD) as the outcome measure. We calculated years lost due to disability (YLD) and years life lost (YLL) attributable to diabetes. The study was conducted during the period from June 2013 to January 2014.Results The study findings revealed that disability adjusted life years (DALYs) has been increasing across the years and reached to 4.35 in 2011 from 2.58 in 2007. DALYs for men was remarkably higher than women during the period (2007-2011). Diabetes mellitus was the 6th leading cause of disease burden in Qatar (3.8%). The YLD showed a sharp increase in men (2.52 in 2011 from 1.34 in 2007) and women (1.05 in 2011 from 0.33 in 2007) during the year 2011. YLL portion of women enlarged considerably in 2011 (0.10) compared to 2010 (0.04). YLL for men and women was fluctuating across the years with a decrease in 2011 (18%) from 2007 (35%). Men and women in the age group 30-44 years had the highest peak across the years.Conclusion The study findings revealed that diabetes disease burden was considerably high in Qatar, particularly in the working age group. DALYs has been increasing across the years.
SponsorQatar Foundation grant no.UREP 13-136-3-025.
Languageen
PublisherElsevier Ltd
SubjectDisability Adjusted Life Years (DALY)
SubjectDiabetes Life-style
SubjectMorbidity
SubjectMortality
SubjectYears Lost due to Disability (YLD)
SubjectYears Life Lost (YLL)
TitleBurden of diabetes mellitus attributable to demographic levels in Qatar: An emerging public health problem
TypeArticle
Pagination216-220
Issue Number4
Volume Number8


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