IDF Diabetes Atlas 6 th Edition revision 2014 International Diabetes

Report
IDF Diabetes Atlas
6th Edition revision 2014
International Diabetes Federation
IDF Diabetes Atlas
Provides the authoritative source of evidence on the burden of diabetes
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Changing Diabetes®
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Diabetes is a huge and growing problem…
2014
2035
Diabetes is a huge and growing problem…
… and the costs to society are high and escalating
Diabetes is a human and economic burden
4.9 million deaths per year
50% of deaths under 60
years of age
Intersects with all
dimensions of
development
US$612 billion
11% of worldwide healthcare
expenditure
Global diabetes prevalence
WORLD at a glance
AFRICA at a glance
21.5 million people have diabetes - 1 in 20 adults
Lowest prevalence across regions
Highest percentage of undiagnosed people
Highest percentage of deaths under the age of 60
Lowest diabetes-related expenditure – 1% of worldwide total
EUROPE at a glance
52 million people have diabetes - 1 in 13 adults
Lowest deaths under the age of 60 rate
24% of worldwide expenditure – USD 144.3 billion
MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA at a glance
36.8 million people have diabetes - 1 in 10 adults
3% of worldwide expenditure – USD 16.8 billion
NORTH AMERICA AND CARIBBEAN at a glance
38.8 million people have diabetes - 1 in 9 adults
Highest prevalence across regions – 11.5%
Lowest undiagnosed rate – 27.1%
USD 310 billion expenditure – more than all other regions combined
SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA at a glance
25 million people have diabetes - 1 in 12 adults
5% of worldwide expenditure – USD 28.7 billions
SOUTH-EAST ASIA at a glance
75 million people have diabetes - 1 in 12 adults
Lowest mean expenditure per person across regions – USD 92
WESTERN PACIFIC at a glance
Highest diabetes burden across regions – 138 million people with diabetes
1 in 12 adults have diabetes
16% of total worldwide expenditure – USD 101 billion

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