Quality of life and lifestyle of children with type I diabetes with age of 12-18 years depending on the method of insulin therapy administration


  • Vitalina OJOVAN Universitatea de Stat de Medicină și Farmacie „N. Testemițanu”




sick child, type I diabetes, quality of life, lifestyle, insulin therapy


The quality of life of children with type I diabetes and lifestyle depend lamentably on the level of glucose, the frequency, and mode of administration of insulin, the peculiarities of the diet. To a large extent, the methods of subcutaneous injection, but also the administration of insulin by pump are also determined by the type of insulin therapy, the type of insulin, the dose administered, the body’s response, motor skills, etc.

Author Biography

Vitalina OJOVAN, Universitatea de Stat de Medicină și Farmacie „N. Testemițanu”



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