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Metabolic syndrome--a new world-wide definition. A Consensus Statement from the International Diabetes Federation.

Published on May 1, 2006in Diabetic Medicine3.107
· DOI :10.1111/j.1464-5491.2006.01858.x
K. G. M. M. Alberti4
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(St Mary's Hospital),
Paul Zimmet110
Estimated H-index: 110
(St Mary's Hospital),
Jonathan E. Shaw96
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(St Mary's Hospital)
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Abstract
469 Abstract Aims To establish a unified working diagnostic tool for the metabolic syndrome (MetS) that is convenient to use in clinical practice and that can be used world- wide so that data from different countries can be compared. An additional aim was to highlight areas where more research into the MetS is needed. Participants The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) convened a workshop held 12-14 May 2004 in London, UK. The 21 participants included experts in the fields of diabetes, public health, epidemiology, lipidology, genetics, metabolism, nutrition and cardiology. There were participants from each of the five con- tinents as well as from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the National Cholesterol Education Program—Third Adult Treatment Panel (ATP III). The workshop was sponsored by an educational grant from AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals. Consensus process The consensus statement emerged following detailed discussions at the IDF workshop. After the workshop, a writing group produced a consensus statement which was reviewed and approved by all participants. Conclusions The IDF has produced a new set of criteria for use both epidemio- logically and in clinical practice world-wide with the aim of identifying people with the MetS to clarify the nature of the syndrome and to focus therapeutic strategies to reduce the long-term risk of cardiovascular disease. Guidance is included on how to compensate for differences in waist circumference and in regional adipose tissue distribution between different populations. The IDF has also produced recommendations for additional criteria that should be included when studying the MetS for research purposes. Finally, the IDF has identified areas where more studies are currently needed; these include research into the aetiology of the syndrome. Diabet. Med. 23, 469-480 (2006)
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