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1 The National Diabetes Management Strategy: Diabetes Facts and Figures By using these slides, you agree to the terms on the next slide. The development of these slides was made possible through financial support by Merck.

2 Terms of Use By using this web site and/or these slides and/or requesting and receiving the information on this site, you are accepting these terms of use. These slides and the related information on the The National Diabetes Management Strategy website synthesize publicly available information in a convenient format. This information is intended for use by policymakers, managers, media, planners, clinicians and researchers. All information provided on this site and in these slides is publicly available from the original sources. All information is attributed to the original source. All information in these slides is copyrighted by other parties. As a visitor to this site, you are granted a limited license to use the information contained within for non-commercial use only, provided the information is not modified and all copyright and other proprietary notices are retained. The National Diabetes Management Strategy and The University of Western Ontario resides in Ontario, Canada and this site and any transactions which you enter into through this site are governed by the laws of Ontario, Canada and the federal laws of Canada applicable therein. The faculty and staff of The National Diabetes Management Strategy The University of Western Ontario shall not be liable for any damages, claims, liabilities, costs or obligations arising from the use or misuse of the material contained on this web site, whether such obligations arise in contract, negligence, equity or statute law. The National Diabetes Management Strategy and The University of Western Ontario do not guarantee or warrant the quality, accuracy, completeness, timeliness, appropriateness or suitability of the information provided. Links to other sites are provided as a reference to assist you in identifying and locating other Internet resources that may be of interest. The National Diabetes Management Strategy and The University of Western Ontario does not assume responsibility for the accuracy or appropriateness of the information contained on other sites, nor do we endorse the viewpoints expressed on other sites.

3 Diabetes is a Worldwide Problem

4 Diabetes is a Worldwide Epidemic 20112030 Total world population (billions)7.08.3 Adult population (20–79 years, billions)4.45.6 Diabetes Global prevalence (%)8.39.9 Number of people with diabetes (millions)366552 In 2012, there were an estimated 371 million people with diabetes. In 2011, there were an estimated 366 million people with diabetes (8.3% of the worlds population) By 2030, the prevalence is projected to rise to 522 million (9.9%) International Diabetes Federation. IDF Diabetes Atlas. Update 2012. International Diabetes Federation. Global burden. IDF Diabetes Atlas. 5 th edition 2011.

5 Global Diabetes Statistics Since 1980, the number of adults with diabetes worldwide has doubled. (1) There will be an estimated 70% increase in the number of adults with diabetes in the developing world, and a 20% increase in the developed world between 2010 and 2030. (2) Each year, approximately 78,000 children worldwide develop type 1 diabetes. (3) 1.Danaei G, et al. Lancet. 2011;378(9785):31-40. 2.Shaw JE, et al. Diabetes Res Clin Pract. 2010;87:8-14. 3.IDF Diabetes Atlas. 5 th Edition. 2011

6 Number of People with Diabetes: Top 10 Countries 20112030 Country/territoryNumber of people with diabetes (millions) Country/territoryNumber of people with diabetes (millions) China90.0China129.7 India61.3India101.2 USA23.7USA29.6 Russian Federation12.6Brazil19.6 Brazil12.4Bangladesh16.8 Japan10.7Mexico16.4 Mexico10.3Russian Federation14.1 Bangladesh8.4Egypt12.4 Egypt7.3Indonesia11.8 Indonesia7.3Pakistan11.4 International Diabetes Federation. Global burden. IDF Diabetes Atlas. 5 th edition 2011.

7 Prevalence of Diabetes: Top 10 Countries 20112030 Country/territoryPrevalence of diabetes (%) Country/territoryPrevalence of diabetes (%) Kiribati25.7Kiribati26.3 Marshall Islands22.2Marshall Islands23.0 Kuwait21.1Kuwait21.2 Nauru20.7Tuvalu20.8 Lebanon20.2Nauru20.7 Qatar20.2Saudi Arabia20.6 Saudi Arabia20.0Lebanon20.4 Bahrain19.9Qatar20.4 Tuvalu19.5Bahrain20.2 United Arab Emirates 19.2United Arab Emirates 19.8 International Diabetes Federation. Global burden. IDF Diabetes Atlas. 5 th edition 2011.

8 Leading Causes of Global Death: 2004 and 2030 20042030 DiseaseDeathsRank Deaths Heart disease12.21114.2 CVD9.72212.1 Pneumonia7.0343.8 HIV/AIDS3.56101.8 Lung cancer2.3863.4 Diabetes1.91273.3 Malaria1.713410.4 Breast cancer0.923191.1 Chronic conditions have overtaken infectious diseases as the leading causes of global death. World Health Statistics. World Health Organization; 2008.

9 US Diabetes Statistics 25.8 million Americans (8.3% of the US population) have diabetes: –Diagnosed: 18.8 million people –Undiagnosed: 7.0 million people –Prediabetes: 79 million people One in every 400 American children is currently diagnosed with diabetes. National Diabetes Fact Sheet 2011. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.


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