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Diabetes Complications Among Michigan Adults
Diabetes is a chronic disease characterized by hyperglycemia (high blood glucose) caused by either a lack of insulin or the body’s inability to use insulin efficiently.
MDHHS Diabetes and Kidney Unit and Chronic Disease Epidemiology Section developed interactive dashboard to enable members of the public to examine diabetes complications among Michigan adults. For many people with unmanaged type 2 diabetes, health complications can develop including vision loss, chronic kidney disease, nerve damage, and feet amputation.
For more information about this dashboard, please contact Megan Goff at GoffM1@michigan.gov.
Download the accessible Excel (.xlsx) file for this dashboard
- Diabetes Complications Among Michigan Adults Dashboard
These data provide a snapshot of the diabetes complications among Michigan adults aged 18 years and older with diabetes at the statewide level.