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The APEG dataset contains information on young people with insulin-treated diabetes aged 0–14 years at the time of diagnosis. As insulin-treated type 2 diabetes is rare in children under 15 years old, most of the children and adolescents listed on the APEG dataset have type 1 diabetes.
APEG data are primarily used by the AIHW (together with National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) Registrant data; NDSS Sales data and National Death Index (NDI) data) to create the National (insulin-treated) Diabetes Register (NDR).
from 1 January 1999 to 31 March 2018
National and State
Incident cases of insulin-treated diabetes in young people aged 0–14 years at the time of diagnosis, 1999–2016, Australia. Due to concerns about the coverage of data in 1999, most reporting begins in 2000.
External links and information
NDR 2015 DQS
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