&#10&#85&#110&#100&#101&#114 results of a new &#115&#116&#117&#100&#121, hypoglycemia, which is &#97 drop &#105&#110 levels of &#98&#108&#111&#111&#100 &#115&#117&#103&#97&#114, &#97&#110&#100 &#105&#115 &#115&#101&#118&#101&#114&#101 &#101&#110&#111&#117&#103&#104 to &#99&#97&#117&#115&#101 seizures or coma in young children with type 1 diabetes &#40&#116&#104&#111&#115&#101 &#119&#104&#111 develop the &#100&#105&#115&#101&#97&#115&#101 very early in life) does &#110&#111&#116 appear to &#114&#101&#115&#117&#108&#116 &#105&#110 impairments in &#109&#101&#110&#116&#97&#108 ability or &#98&#101&#104&#97&#118&#105&#111&#114.

According &#116&#111 &#101&#120&#112&#101&#114&#116&#115 &#97&#110&#100 scientific evidence, &#116&#104&#101 hippocampus &#40&#97 &#114&#101&#103&#105&#111&#110 of &#116&#104&#101 brain) &#105&#115 particularly &#115&#101&#110&#115&#105&#116&#105&#118&#101 to prolonged episodes of severe hypoglycemia. And experts stated &#116&#104&#97&#116 young children with type 1 diabetes are &#97&#116 greatest risk of severe hypoglycemic events, and this has focused concern &#111&#110 the potential for hypoglycemic &#105&#110&#115&#117&#108&#116 to &#105&#109&#112&#97&#99&#116 on central nervous &#115&#121&#115&#116&#101&#109 development.

After compare 41 type 1 &#100&#105&#97&#98&#101&#116&#105&#99 adolescents and &#99&#104&#105&#108&#100&#114&#101&#110 &#45&#119&#104&#111 had a history of &#104&#121&#112&#111&#103&#108&#121&#99&#101&#109&#105&#97 with coma or seizure- &#116&#111 43 &#115&#105&#109&#105&#108&#97&#114 diabetic subjects but without a history of severe hypoglycemic &#101&#118&#101&#110&#116&#115, findings demonstrate that &#97 subgroup of &#112&#97&#116&#105&#101&#110&#116&#115 &#119&#104&#111 had early first seizure showed more episodes &#111&#102 hypoglycemic seizure or &#99&#111&#109&#97 in &#99&#111&#109&#112&#97&#114&#105&#115&#111&#110 &#116&#111 those &#119&#104&#111 experienced a seizure at an &#111&#108&#100&#101&#114 age.

&#10&#84&#104&#101 team applied &#100&#105&#102&#102&#101&#114&#101&#110&#116 &#116&#101&#115&#116&#115 of &#108&#101&#97&#114&#110&#105&#110&#103 &#97&#110&#100 memory, but also intellectual and behavioral tests. The &#97&#115&#116&#111&#110&#105&#115&#104&#105&#110&#103 &#116&#104&#105&#110&#103 &#105&#115 that there &#119&#101&#114&#101 &#110&#111 significant differences between the seizure and no-seizure &#103&#114&#111&#117&#112&#115 on &#116&#104&#101 intellectual, &#109&#101&#109&#111&#114&#121 or behavioral &#109&#101&#97&#115&#117&#114&#101&#115.

The main conclusion &#111&#102 the &#114&#101&#112&#111&#114&#116 is &#116&#104&#97&#116 &#114&#101&#115&#117&#108&#116&#115 provide some &#114&#101&#97&#115&#115&#117&#114&#97&#110&#99&#101 to &#116&#104&#111&#115&#101 treating children with type 1 diabetes &#119&#105&#116&#104 intensive treatment &#116&#104&#97&#116 seizurescoma at &#97 young &#97&#103&#101 does not necessarily result &#105&#110 gross cognitive or behavioral impairment.

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