Need for residential treatment for children with diabetes mellitus.

Abstract

Specialists in childhood diabetes in North America were queried about the need for residential facilities for their patients with recurrent hospitalizations and school deficits due to family coping problems. Of 132 respondents, 115 indicated a need for 5-12% of their patients, a total of 530, close to the estimate of 600 based on the number of places available for Danish, Dutch, and German children.

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@article{Rosenbloom1982NeedFR, title={Need for residential treatment for children with diabetes mellitus.}, author={Arlan L. Rosenbloom}, journal={Diabetes care}, year={1982}, volume={5 5}, pages={545-6} }