The LMC Diabetes and Endocrinology clinics provide a practice home to the world’s largest group of clinical endocrinologists, in 12 clinics across 9 Canadian cities, within 3 Canadian provinces. All sites provide multidisciplinary diabetes care for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes, within the Canadian public health system, and use a common electronic medical record system.
LMC Diabetes Registry
The LMC Diabetes Registry houses all the medical and demographic information of the cohort under care, including medications, lab results, hypoglycemia, device usage, and glucose monitoring data (Glooko/Clarity/LibreView/Carelink). Scientific data analyses of the registry only occur with patient consent to use their medical data for research.
Publications and Impact
The LMC Diabetes Registry has provided foundational insights into the impact of new therapies, devices, and educational interventions on the health outcomes of a large Canadian population with diabetes. Over the past decade, more than fifty major publications and presentations have resulted from analyses of the Registry. Visit our Publications page to learn more.
ALL ACTIVE PATIENTS WITH DIABETES
Type 1 Diabetes (n=5,518)
Type 2 Diabetes (n=49,110)
Chronic Kidney Disease in Type 1 Diabetes
Chronic Kidney Disease in Type 2 Diabetes
- eGFR ≤60 8% 8%
- uACR ≥2.0 24% 24%
- Both eGFR ≤60 and uACR ≥2.0 5% 5%
- Either eGFR ≤60 OR uACR ≥2.0 22% 22%
- eGFR ≤60 22% 22%
- uACR ≥2.0 45% 45%
- Both eGFR ≤60 and uACR ≥2.0 15% 15%
- Either eGFR ≤60 OR uACR ≥2.0 46% 46%