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At the opening, Minister Katalin Novák emphasized that the government is trying to give all support to the families of children with diabetes so that they can live a full life.
Of these, the most up-to-date technical devices, insulin pumps and sensors for measuring tissue sugar levels are already available in Hungary with 98 percent state support for type 1 diabetic children and 80 percent for adults with state support, the Minister without Portfolio at a Thursday event. In his greeting, the President of the UD Clinical Center spoke about the fact that the Department of Pediatrics of the University of Debrecen has become the leading institution in the field in the whole region thanks to the outstanding professional work of the past years and decades.
Zoltán Szabó added: everything is being done to ensure that child emergency care in Debrecen can develop in a short time. Of course, we also monitor the fate of children with metabolic diseases, such as diabetes, and try to do everything we can to make significant progress in this area as well, the professor stressed.
At the opening of the event, György Balla, professor, academician, board a hidrogén-peroxid a diabétesz kezelésében of the Gróf Tisza István Foundation for the University of Debrecen, emphasized that those working in the care of diabetic children give diabetes research institute foundation board children a future, that in spite of such diabetes research institute foundation board difficult situation, they can become successful adults.
In this condition, as a result of an autoimmune process, the body produces no or very little insulin. However, with proper care, attention, the use of modern tools and spiritual support, children with diabetes can also live a full life — pointed out Enikő Felszeghy, senior assistant professor of diabetes at the Department of Pediatrics, DE. Nowadays, however, not only the number of children with type 1, but also type 2, basically overweight, due to inappropriate lifestyle, is constantly increasing.
The three-day congress will discuss, among other things, the effects of the coronavirus epidemic on the lifestyles of diabetic children, the challenges of insulin treatment, the role of telemedicine in care, and how the technology toolkit has evolved.