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Articles by T. Lampert
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  C. Heidemann , L. Kroll , A. Icks , T. Lampert and C. Scheidt-Nave
  Aims  The few studies examining the secular trend in diabetes prevalence in Germany have yielded conflicting results. Therefore, using nationally representative samples of adults, we investigated whether the prevalence of known diabetes has changed over 15 years.

Methods  Study participants were 25- to 69-year-old residents participating in nationally representative health surveys performed in the following time periods: 1990-1992, 1997-1999, 2002-2003, 2003-2004 and 2004-2005. Prevalences of diabetes, standardized to the population structure of 2004, and trends over time were assessed for the total study population as well as by gender and other diabetes-associated factors.

Results  Between 1990-1992 and 2002-2005, no statistically significant trend in the total (5.16 and 5.34%, P trend = 0.68) or sex-specific diabetes prevalence (men: 5.43 and 5.73, P trend = 0.62; women: 4.88 and 4.95%, P trend = 0.94) was observed. For each time period, prevalence rose substantially with increasing age, increasing body mass index, lower sporting activity and lower education.

Conclusions  Our findings reflect no temporal increase in the total prevalence of known diabetes in German adult men and women. However, prevalence estimates were relatively high when compared with other European studies and call for continued efforts for the prevention and management of diabetes.

 
 
 
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