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Table 3 Parameters of the secondary study group over the study period (N = 14 Age 6–11 y)

From: Using insulin pump with a remote-control system in young patients with diabetes improves glycemic control and enhances patient satisfaction

  Baseline Visit 1 Visit 2  
Mean STD Mean STD Mean STD p-value1
Parameter
 HbA1c 8.7
72
1.9 7.7
61
0.8 7.9
63
0.9 0.091a
 HbA1c (relative) 100 0 91.6 16.1 93.4 16.4 0.091a
 Average Daily Insulin (Unit) 33.5 20.7 28.6 16.1 30.1 14.5 0.101a
 Average Blood Glucose (mg) . . 182.2 29.0 174.0 37.5 .
 BP systolic 102.7 10.1 105.9 10.4 108.4 18.2 ns
 BP diastolic 62.3 8.9 63.6 9.9 62.8 8.2 ns
 BMI [kg/m2] 18.0 3.6 19.0 3.8 18.9 3.9 0.0046
Subjective Perception of Therapy2
 Satisfaction/Analog scale 60.0 16.2 78.6 8.6 80.7 9.2 0.0005
 Satisfaction/Questionnaire 58.0 16.2 85.7 11.6 83.0 10.5 0.0005
 Subjective Handling Ease 46.4 22.2 67.0 14.4 63.4 12.5 0.081a
 Subjective Compliance 58.6 15.5 75.0 12.0 69.1 15.1 ns
  1. 1p-value for development from baseline to visit 2 by Wilcoxon signed rank test 1a trend
  2. 2Analog scale 0–100 = worst to best; the questionnaire ratings (1–5) were rescaled to 0–100;