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Prevalence of diabetes and intermediate hyperglycemia among adults from the first multinational study of noncommunicable diseases in six Central American countries: the Central America Diabetes Initiative (CAMDI)

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Geography 
Belize (BLZ)
Guatemala (GTM)
Honduras (HND)
Nicaragua (NIC)
Time period covered 
01/2003 - 12/2006
Keywords 
Citation
Authors 
Barcelo A, Gregg EW, Gerzoff RB, Wong R, Perez Flores E, Ramirez-Zea M, Cafiero E, Altamirano L, Ascencio Rivera M, de Cosio G, de Maza MD, del Aguila R, Emanuel E, Gil E, Gough E, Jenkins V, Orellana P, Palma R, Palomo R, Pastora M, Pena R, Pineda E, Rodriguez B, Tacsan L, Thompson L, Villagra L, CAMDI Collaborative Study Group
Journal 
Diabetes Care
Volume 
35
Issue 
4
Pages 
738–40
Publication year 
2012
Suggested citation 
Barcelo A, Gregg EW, Gerzoff RB, Wong R, Perez Flores E, Ramirez-Zea M, Cafiero E, Altamirano L, Ascencio Rivera M, de Cosio G, de Maza MD, del Aguila R, Emanuel E, Gil E, Gough E, Jenkins V, Orellana P, Palma R, Palomo R, Pastora M, Pena R, Pineda E, Rodriguez B, Tacsan L, Thompson L, Villagra L, CAMDI Collaborative Study Group. Prevalence of diabetes and intermediate hyperglycemia among adults from the first multinational study of noncommunicable diseases in six Central American countries: the Central America Diabetes Initiative (CAMDI). Diabetes Care. 2012; 35(4): 738–40.