Health Related QOL, Depression and Lifestyle Changes in Insulin Resistant Adolescents
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ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT00493259
Recruitment Status : Unknown
Verified June 2007 by Children's Mercy Hospital Kansas City. Recruitment status was: Recruiting
The purpose of this study is to assess adolescents with Insulin Resistance Syndrome for quality of life and altered health related issues.
Condition or disease
Behavioral: Health-Related Quality of Life instrumentBehavioral: Depression Scale for Children (CES-DC)
Matched historical control study designed to examine outcomes on insulin resistant adolescents who were treated in the Insulin Resistance Syndrome Clinic at Children's Mercy Hospital in the past year. New patients will be screened at baseline, 4 and 12 months to evaluate if there is improvement in the BMI Z-score, HgA1c, lipid profile or waist circumference when depression and/or altered health related quality of life are identified and treated in this population.
Health-Related Quality of Life, Depression and the Impact on Successful Incorporation of Lifestyle Changes in Insulin Resistant Adolescents as Evidenced by Changes in BMI, Waist Circumference and Metabolic Parameters
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Ages Eligible for Study:
11 Years to 17 Years (Child)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Adoslescents treated in Children's Mercy Hospital and Clinic, Endocrine clinic.
Patients 11-17 years of age who are seen in the Insulin Resistance Clinic for the first time
Historical control: Patients 11-19 years of age seen in the Insulin Resistance Clinic during the prior four months