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Proposal for new topic group: Deep learning model profiling and risk score for diabetes mellitus type 2 and pre-diabetes and their complications - 4 - FG-AI4H-H-028 INTERNATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATION UNION TELECOMMUNICATION STANDARDIZATION SECTOR STUDY PERIOD 2017-2020 FG-AI4H-H-028 ITU-T Focus Group on AI for Health Original: English WG(s): Plenary Brasilia, 22-24 January 2020 DOCUMENT Source: Anastasia.ai & Tecnigen Title: Proposal for new topic group: Deep learning model profiling and risk score for diabetes mellitus type 2 and pre-diabetes and their complications Purpose: Discussion Contact: Dr. Andrés Valdivieso Anastasia.ai & Tecnigen Innovation Department in Anastasia.ai Santiago, Chile Tel: +56996330961 Fax: + Email: avaldivieso@anastasia.ai Abstract: This document proposes a new topic group on a deep learning model in diabetes mellitus and pre-diabetes diagnostics and DCSI score range with a focus on the identification and distribution of scoring of it complication for kidney and heart problem improving the scales and decision trees that are used today for diabetes and pre-diabetes in real-time and in an aggregate way for population health. (...) Therefore, we propose to establish a set of data for the comparative evaluation of DSCI detection algorithms of diabetic and pre-diabetic patients, their risks and recommendations to be followed based on the above using automatic learning and quantification of DCSI for chronic patients Impact Chronic diseases, such as diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension and cardiovascular diseases, with a prevalence nationwide, diabetes is 12.32%, HTA prevalence it is 26.9% (source national health survey)[endnoteRef:1] [1: www.idf.org/diabetesatlas] It is estimated that the costs associated with the treatments and complications of these diseases correspond to 82% of each dollar spent on health.
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Select language Select language English South-East Asia India Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies  About us Home / Campaigns / World Diabetes Day World Diabetes Day World Diabetes Day Diabetes is a chronic disease, which occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin, or when the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces. (...) Type 2 diabetes (earlier known as non-insulin-dependent or adult-onset diabetes) is caused by the body's ineffective use of insulin. (...) Technical information Dietary guidelines for Indians, NIN, 2011 Global Strategy on Diet, Physical Activity and Health, WHO, 2004 Global status report on noncommunicable diseases 2014, WHO Definition and diagnosis of diabetes mellitus and intermediate hyperglycemia, Report of a WHO/IDF Consultation WHO tools to prevent and control noncommunicable diseases Screening of patients with tuberculosis for diabetes mellitus in India, India Tuberculosis-Diabetes Study Prevalence of generalized & abdominal obesity in urban & rural India- the icmr-indiab study Diabetes, India Country Profile, 2016 General information Diabetes factsheet Target 7: Halt the rise in diabetes and obesity The economic burden of diabetes in India: a review Publications Set of recommendations for marketing of food and non-alcoholic beverages, WHO 2010 Noncommunicable Diseases in the South-East Asia Region; Situation and Response, 2011 Report of the First Meeting of the Ad hoc Working Group on Science and Evidence for Ending Childhood Obesity National Action Plan and Monitoring Framework for Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases Related Topics Blindness and visual impairment: diabetes Cardiovascular diseases Diet Noncommunicable diseases Nutrition Obesity Physical activity Tobacco Statistics Noncommunicable Diseases Country Profiles 2014 Burden of NCD and their risk factors in India- Excerpted from Global Status Report on NCDs- 2014 Multimedia Donate your caller tune for a cause Partners Ministry of Health & Family Welfare UNICEF UNFPA Quick links Media centre Publications and information resources Photo gallery Regional links Publications Campaigns Help Contact us Scam alert Privacy Integrity Hotline Employment Announcements Cyber security Privacy legal notice © 2022 WHO
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OUTCOME INDICATORS AND QUALITY OF CARE : THE WHO APPROACH : PAPER / SUBMITTED BY THE WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION, REGIONAL OFFICE FOR EUROPE
Quality indicators can also be common to various core data sets (e.g. wellbeing quality indicators are included in the core data sets for diabetes mellitus, and diabetes indicators are in the obstetric core data set). (...) CES/AC.36/1998/16 EUR/ICP/INFO 020603/16 page 16 Table 3 - Multi- cross-dimensional structure of generic indicators Wellbeing Reproductive health Health of the Elderly Musculo- Skeletal Disease Oral Health Diabetes Mellitus Reproductive health Reproductiv e health Reproductive health Reproductive health Wellbeing Wellbeing Wellbeing Wellbeing Wellbeing Health of the Elderly Health of the Elderly Health of the Elderly Health of the Elderly Musculo- Skeletal Disease Musculo- Skeletal Disease Musculo- Skeletal Disease Musculo- Skeletal Disease Musculo-Skeletal Disease Oral Health Oral Health Oral Health Oral Health Oral Health Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus 6. (...) The Effect of Intensive Treatment of Diabetes on the Development and Progression of Long- Term Complications in Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus.
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5 In many chronic diseases, the preventive aspects are part and parcel of the treatment and rehabilitation regime. Eg. Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 6 Diabetes Prevalence Rose Substantially in 20 Years Larry Hand April 15, 2014 Medscape Public Health & Prevention The prevalence of diabetes in the United States has increased substantially over the course of the last 2 decades, paralleling an increase in the prevalence of obesity, according to a study published online April 14 in the Annals of Internal Medicine. (...) articleid=1860528 7 Start pilot / ATC training DM 2 detected Career end point Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 8 to 10 years ? 8 Upon detection of DM 2 in a pilot or ATCO: Management: •Lifestyle modification * Diet * Exercise * Weight reduction * etc. (...) Prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus by changes in lifestyle among subjects with impaired glucose tolerance.
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INFORMATION RECEIVED FROM GOVERNMENTS : RUSSIAN FEDERATION
In order to obtain up-to-date information on the situation with regard to diabetes mellitus, the State Diabetes Registry organizes monitoring of the quality of medical care provided to diabetics and of their state of health. 21. (...) The diabetes mellitus subprogramme is designed: to reduce the incidence of diabetes mellitus; to improve measures for preventing complications of the disease; and to raise the average life expectancy of diabetics. 23. The methods used in this subprogramme are: improved methods of preventing and diagnosing diabetes mellitus, treatment and rehabilitation of diabetics, including development and introduction of high-technology methods of treating the disease and its complications; development and implementation of training programmes for diabetics on the prevention and treatment of diabetes mellitus. 24.
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Type 1 diabetes, once known as juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, is a chronic condition in which the pancreas produces little or no insulin by itself. (...) Fact sheets Diabetes Questions and answers Diabetes: risks for children Initiatives WHO Global Diabetes Compact Resolutions and decisions Reducing the burden of noncommunicable diseases through strengthening prevention and control of diabetes (WHA74.4) Prevention and control of diabetes mellitus (WHA42/R36) Teams Noncommunicable diseases News All → 14 April 2022 Departmental news The Global Diabetes Compact: a promising first year One year ago today, WHO, together with the Government of Canada, launched the Global Diabetes Compact – an ambitious new initiative to galvanize efforts around the world to both re ... 15 November 2021 Departmental news World Diabetes Foundation grant targets noncommunicable diseases in central Asia 12 November 2021 News release New WHO report maps barriers to insulin availability and suggests actions to promote universal access A new report published by WHO in the lead-up to World Diabetes Day highlights the alarming state of global access to insulin and diabetes care, and finds that high prices, low avai ... 30 June 2021 Departmental news WHO launches List of Priority Medical Devices for management of cardiovascular diseases and diabetes Latest publications All → 18 May 2022 Report of the second meeting of the WHO Technical Advisory Group on Diabetes: virtual meeting, 16–17... (...) In conjunction with this report, WHO developed a series of diabetes... Download Read More 10 August 2021 Improving Health Outcomes of People with Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes mellitus is one of the world’s most challenging public health problems due to its high and growing prevalence and the diverse and extensive...
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HRI/CORE/KOR/2022 15 Ten Leading Causes of Death 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 1 Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm Malignant neoplasm 2 Heart diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases Heart diseases 3 Cerebrovascular diseases Heart diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Pneumonia Pneumonia Pneumonia 4 Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Pneumonia Pneumonia Pneumonia Cerebrovascular diseases Cerebrovascular diseases Cerebrovascular diseases 5 Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Pneumonia Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm Intentional self- harm 6 Pneumonia Pneumonia Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus Diabetes mellitus 7 Chronic lower respiratory diseases Chronic lower respiratory diseases Chronic lower respiratory diseases Chronic lower respiratory diseases Chronic lower respiratory diseases Diseases of liver Diseases of liver Alzheimer’s disease Alzheimer’s disease 8 Diseases of liver Diseases of liver Diseases of liver Diseases of liver Diseases of liver Chronic lower respiratory diseases Chronic lower respiratory diseases Diseases of liver Diseases of liver 9 Transport accidents Transport accidents Transport accidents Transport accidents Hypertensive diseases Hypertensive diseases Alzheimer’s disease Chronic lower respiratory diseases Hypertensive diseases 10 Hypertensive diseases Hypertensive diseases Hypertensive diseases Hypertensive diseases Transport accidents Transport accidents Hypertensive diseases Hypertensive diseases Sepsis Source: KOSTAT, Causes of Death Statistics (2020).
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In India, there are estimated 77 million people above the age of 18 years are suffering from diabetes (type 2) and nearly 25 million are prediabetics (at a higher risk of developing diabetes in near future). (...) Diabetes is among the leading causes of kidney failure. Technical links Fact sheets Diabetes Questions and answers Diabetes: risks for children Initiatives WHO Global Diabetes Compact Resolutions and decisions Reducing the burden of noncommunicable diseases through strengthening prevention and control of diabetes (WHA74.4) Prevention and control of diabetes mellitus (WHA42/R36) Teams Noncommunicable diseases - Our work Publications Self-reported quit rates and quit attempts among subscribers of a mobile text messaging-based tobacco cessation programme in India mDiabetes initiative using text messages to improve lifestyle and health-seeking behaviour in India       News 25 September 2022 Highlights UN award for high-impact India Hypertension Control Initiative 21 September 2022 Highlights Strengthening cause of death information system in India 6 September 2022 Highlights Training the public health leaders of tomorrow Related Links Quit Tobacco for Life National Health Portal 10 facts about diabetes What are the risks of diabetes on children?
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Western Pacific Cambodia Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Detail / Stakeholders Orientation Workshop of WDF Project in Cambodia on “Early Detection and Management of Diabetes in Primary Care” Stakeholders Orientation Workshop of WDF Project in Cambodia on “Early Detection and Management of Diabetes in Primary Care” 20 June 2019 News release Phnom Penh On 21 May 2019, in Phnom Penh, the Ministry of Health conducted Stakeholders Orientation workshop on “Early Detection and Management for Diabetes in Primary Care” project, funded by the World Diabetes Foundation and supported by the World Health Organization. The project aims to develop a sustainable and equitable health systems model for management of diabetes mellitus and hypertension in Cambodia through establishment of an effective primary care model. This model will guide diabetes prevention, care and management; integration of sustainable model for providing community-based patient support, education, and information into preventive health services; and enhance health information systems at national, provincial and district level to support care for diabetes patients.
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This leads to an increased concentration of glucose in the blood (hyperglycaemia). Type 1 diabetes (previously known as insulin-dependent or childhood-onset diabetes) is characterized by a lack of insulin production. Type 2 diabetes (formerly called non-insulin-dependent or adult-onset diabetes) is caused by the body’s ineffective use of insulin. (...) Diabetes Factsheet Technical links Questions and answers Diabetes: risks for children Initiatives WHO Global Diabetes Compact Resolutions and decisions Reducing the burden of noncommunicable diseases through strengthening prevention and control of diabetes (WHA74.4) Prevention and control of diabetes mellitus (WHA42/R36) Teams Noncommunicable diseases - Quick links Newsroom Data Publications Bookshop About us Overview Governance Partnerships Help Contact us Press Careers Email scams Privacy Legal Notice © 2022 WHO
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