Table 2 lists the Demographic Characteristics of these individuals. By way of comparison, details are provided from the 2009 ANDIAB Data Collation for Age [years], Sex [%male], Duration [years], Diabetes Type and Therapy, Initial Visit status and Pregnancy.

As can be seen, ANDIAB2 2010 had 3.7% GDM individuals {representing 19.3% of females aged 15-55} contributing to the slight increase % female compared with ANDIAB 2009. Mean Age and Diabetes Duration were similar [3.2 years less and 0.6 years more respectively], distribution of Diabetes Types was similar [more GDM already noted], and as regards Therapy, this was similar compared to ANDIAB 2009. For a significant percentage of these individuals, this was an Initial Visit - 25.6% [versus 13.2% ANDIAB 2009].
Compared to 2005, individuals were slightly younger, with higher % male, longer duration, more with Type 1 diabetes and far less on Diet, and far more on Insulin or Insulin & Tablets.

Table 2 Demographic Data

Category
2005 - n = 1405
Excluding
Missing
2010 - n = 2131
Excluding
Missing
ANDIAB 2009 -
n = 6029
Age[Years]
55.9 16.4
53.6 17.6
56.8 17.3
Sex [%] - Male
44.7%
45.5%
50.4%
50.7%
52.0%
DM Duration [Years]
8.5 9.6
11.5 10.8
10.9 9.7
Diabetes Type
Unstated
0.1%
0.2%
2.6%
Type 1
15.6%
27.5%
21.8%
Type 2
76.3%
67.3%
72.5%
GDM
6.0%
3.7%
2.1%
Other
1.4%
0.7%
0.8%
Treatment
Unstated
0.6%
0.4%
5.0%
Nil
0.3%
0.2%
0.1%
Diet Only
19.7%
8.5%
6.2%
Tablets
35.9%
25.2%
28.7%
Insulin
26.1%
38.9%
34.4%
Insulin & Tablets
17.4%
26.7%
25.6%
Initial Visit
23.8%
24.2%
25.6%
25.7%
13.2%
DVA Patient
1.5%
1.7%
1.9%
2.1%
Not Collected
Interpreter Required
5.4%
6.2%
3.5%
4.0%
Not Collected
Pregnant (99)
28.3%
29.7%
19.3%
20.0%
9.6%

* Only Adults data [ANDIAB 2009]
** Only female patients aged 15-55