diabetesatlas

Diabetes Atlas

References and Publications

References

All data sources used for the IDF Diabetes Atlas estimates are available in an online interactive library through Zotero.org.

https://www.zotero.org/groups/idf_diabetes_atlas/items/

In addition, the list of references used for estimates of diabetes in adults, 2013 is available here (PDF 408 KB)

Downloads and Resources


This section contains a number of materials that are not available in the print edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas. These materials include:
  • additional tables, figures, and maps
  • detailed data on the figures presented in the Atlas
  • the references of studies used to generate the estimates

Data Downloads

All the data presented in the IDF Diabetes Atlas are presented in an interactive map that makes it possible to select and print reports for your own needs.

Detailed data tables are available for the 219 countries and territories described in the Atlas and for the years 2013 and projections for 2035.  

Executive summary

A letter from the Chair of the IDF Diabetes Atlas Committee, 6th Edition

Introduction

Key messages

  • 382 million people have diabetes; by 2035 this will rise to 592 million
  • The number of people with type 2 diabetes is increasing in every country
  • 80% of people with diabetes live in low- and middle-income countries

Send us your data for the 6th edition IDF Diabetes Atlas!

The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) is looking for new sources of diabetes prevalence data to include in the 6th edition of the IDF Diabetes Atlas.

IDF uses diabetes prevalence data from a variety of sources in its prevalence model to generate country and global estimates of diabetes prevalence. The model uses data stratified by age, sex, and setting (rural or urban) where appropriate and presented for at least three age groups.

Diabetes Atlas Update: The effects of diabetes on your country

Do you want to know how diabetes is affecting your country in 2012?

Find all regional and country-level statistics on mortality, prevalence, undiagnosed cases and expenditure here


Diabetes Atlas 2012 Update: Out now!

To mark World Diabetes Day, the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has released the latest global and regional diabetes statistics.

Find out, in detail, how diabetes is affecting the world in 2012 with estimates on mortality, prevalence, expenditure and undiagnosed cases.

Fact sheets for your countries are available on demand, please contact communications@idf.org

Sobre la Federación Internacional de Diabetes

La Federación Internacional de Diabetes (FID) es una organización paraguas que acoge a 200 asociaciones nacionales de diabetes procedentes de más de 160 países. Representa los intereses de un número cada vez mayor de personas con diabetes y de quienes corren el riesgo de desarrollarla. La Federación lleva liderando la comunidad diabética mundial desde 1950. La misión de la FID es promover la prevención, el tratamiento y la cura de la diabetes en todo el mundo.

Guías clínicas y declaraciones de posición

Las guías son un componente esencial para conseguir una atención de calidad para todas las personas con diabetes. Las recomendaciones de las guías definen estándares de atención y utilizan intervenciones de base científica para lograr dichos estándares, con el fin de orientar a los profesionales sanitarios, a las personas afectadas por la diabetes, a los políticos y a los administradores.

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