Data by Indicators


Data last updated08 November 2021


Diabetes data report 2000 — 2045
At a glance 20002011202120302045
Diabetes estimates (20-79 y)
People with diabetes, in 1,000s151,000.0366,000.0536,600.0642,800.0783,700.0
Age-adjusted comparative prevalence of diabetes, %
People with undiagnosed diabetes, in 1,000s-183,000.0---
Proportion of people with undiagnosed diabetes, %-50.044.7--
Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) estimates (20-79 y)
People with IGT, in 1,000s-280,000.0541.0622.7730.3
Age-adjusted comparative prevalence of IGT, %-6.510.210.811.2
Impaired fasting glucose (IFG) estimates (20-79 y)
People with IFG, in 1,000s--319.0369.7440.8
Age-adjusted comparative prevalence of IFG, %--
Mortality attributable to diabetes (20-79 y)
Deaths attributable to diabetes-4,600,000.06,700,000.0--
Proportion of diabetes-related deaths in people under 60 y, %--32.6--
Type 1 diabetes estimates in children and adolescents
New cases of type 1 diabetes (0-14 y), in 1,000s-77.8108.3--
New cases of type 1 diabetes (0-19 y), in 1,000s--149.5--
Type 1 diabetes (0-14 y), in 1,000s-490.1651.2--
Type 1 diabetes (0-19 y), in 1,000s--1,211.9--
Hyperglycaemia in pregnancy (HIP) (20-49 y)
Live births affected by HIP--21,060,499.4--
Prevalence of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), %--16.7--
Live births affected by other types of diabetes first detected in pregnancy--2,112,147.5--
Live births affected by other types of diabetes detected prior to pregnancy--2,460,477.5--
Diabetes-related health expenditure
Total diabetes-related health expenditure, USD million-465,000.0966,000.01,027,600.01,053,700.0
Total diabetes-related health expenditure, ID million-499,000.01,421,852.01,549,800.01,630,100.0
Diabetes-related health expenditure per person, USD-1,274.01,838.4--
Diabetes-related health expenditure per person, ID-1,366.02,706.7--
Total adult population (20-79 y), in 1,000s3,288,795.04,407,000.051,134,598.05,700,000.06,400,000.0
Population of children (0-14 y), in 1,000s1,246,783.61,900,000.01,991,355.7--
Population of children and adolescents (0-19 y), in 1,000s--2,607,712.0--