Children’s Minnesota answers questions you may have regarding children with diabetes.
For teens like Jessica with type 1 diabetes it’s about balancing your numbers. By managing her disease, she doesn’t let it limit her independence.
Madison Bates is a junior at Hudson (Wis.) High School who does an amazing job handling type 1 diabetes. But she’s amazing at a lot of other things, too!
Dr. Laura Gandrud, pediatric endocrinologist at Children’s Minnesota, was interviewed by mHealth Intelligence about Children’s Minnesota’s type 1 diabetes pilot program that uses Fitbits to collect patient data.
September 22, 8200 2:56 p.m. – September 22, 8800 2:56 p.m., St. Paul
Content in this course will provide an overview of Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes, as well as current information on medications, dietary management and psychosocial issues. This content will be focused on the needs of a child with diabetes in the school setting.
Children’s Physician Access is available 24/7 with a representative on the line throughout the call to assist with referrals, consultations and admissions and to provide general information.
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Choosing Children’s Minnesota to care for your child’s diabetes or endocrine disorder is a big step. Of course, there will be many more steps to come as your child progresses from diagnosis to initial treatment to long-term care of the disease. Our expert team will be there to guide you.