Statistical study of developing diabetes (Type I) in children in the holy city of Karbala for two years (2014-2015)

Zahra Maki Mahmood. Al-Hakak

Abstract


This comparison statistical study was conducted to determine the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in children in the holy city of Karbala for two years (2014-2015), and see which is more injury male or female and moral differences between them.         Data were collected from the Karbala health department Holy / children's hospital records and officially by the book to facilitate the task either spatial boundaries of the search is the holy city of Karbala. I have taken the statements of the two years (2014- 2015) and by the number of casualties during the months of the year and for males and females ages ranged between (15 years old - and below), data were divided into groups by age into three groups are (5 years and under), (6 years - 10 years) and (11 years - 15 years) for males and females for both years. Results of the study were analyzed statistically and extracted average the percentage difference moral smaller by using (SPSS statistical software) ready in the computer.

         Results of the study showed that the number of casualties for the year (2014) is (701) for both sexes was the number of males are (375), in ratio (53.49%), while the number of females are (326) in ratio (46.51%).

         The number of casualties for 2015 are (736) for both sexes was the number of males are (393)in ratio (53.39%), while the females numbers are (343) in ratio (46.61%).

         The results of the statistical analysis no significant statistical difference level of (p <0.01) for the years (2014-2015) . And no significant statistical difference level of (p > 0.05) for males over the years and also no statistical difference significant level of (p <0.01) between males and females and for both years. As for the age groups show the results of the statistical analysis no significant statistical difference level of (p> 0.05) between the male and female groups and totals for each age group in 2014.

          The results of the statistical analysis for age groups for (2015) show that there is no significant statistical difference level of (p> 0.05) between the males and females groups and each groups. Also there is no statistical difference significant level of( p <0.01) between males and females for all the groups in both years.


Recommendations: further studies on this disease. You must provide new technologies to give insulin therapy and also must conduct educational sessions for parents on how to give insulin to their children, and self-monitoring kits for the level of sugar in the blood and lactation for the purpose of control in children with diabetes.

 

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