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Research Article

Epidemiological Pattern of Newly Diagnosed Children with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus, Taif, Saudi Arabia

Table 4

Implication of different risk factors on the severity of presentation.

Points of comparisonHyperglycemiaMild DKA Moderate-severe DKATotal value
No.%No.%No.%No.%
2020.22828.35151.599100

District
 Urban1127.510251947.54040
 Rural915.31830.53254.25960
Symptom duration
Type of feeding
 Breastfeeding526.3210.51263.21919.2
  Cow’s milk1620.02733.73746.38080.8
   <3 months621.4725.01553.62828.3
   3–6 months28.31354.2937.52424.2
   >6 months828.67251346.42828.3
Positive family history of DM17852382.13874.57878.8

No.: number, DM: diabetes mellitus, DKA: diabetic ketoacidosis.

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