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Two-pronged plan to attack prediabetes

If you define diabetes as a fasting glucose of 126 or more, what is 124? ... Preventive Services Task Force found little direct evidence for targeted or mass diabetes screening.
October 2008

Rethinking SIBO in the microbiome era

Di Palma. For example, patients with diabetes or chronic opioid use are at increased risk for developing SIBO because of dysmotility, and older patients and those on proton-pump inhibitors (PPIs) ... Rochester, Minn., gastroenterologist Stephanie Hansel,
May 2019

Managing the elderly with cardiovascular disease

failure, chronic kidney disease, atrial fibrillation, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, arthritis, dyslipidemia, hypertension and diabetes, said Wilbert S. ... In people with diabetes, the strongest risk factor for clinical cardiovascular disease is
October 2011

Updates to Medicare program change telehealth codes, PQRS

The second of a two-part series outlines changes to telehealth codes for diabetes and the Physician Quality Reporting System. ... diabetes,. bacterial pneumonia,. dehydration,. chronic obstructive pulmonary disease,. urinary tract infection and.
February 2012

Wearable tech shows promise in clinical care

For example, continuous monitoring of patients with diabetes produces better outcomes, he said. ... At Partners, Dr. Kvedar said the focus is on using connected health to manage chronic diseases, such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity.
November 2015

MKSAP Quiz: 3-year history of low back pain

He also has type 2 diabetes mellitus that is treated with glyburide and metformin. ... This patient is male, obese and has diabetes mellitus, all of which are risk factors for DISH.
January 2013

The never-ending push-pull of statins

To date, any association with diabetes appears to be linked with higher-dose statins, Dr. ... Bibbins-Domingo noted. It also should be kept in mind that patients taking a statin likely already have risk factors for diabetes, and there's some indication
April 2017

Warning on an antipsychotic; generic rosuvastatin approval

and has not determined whether the diabetes drug increases the risk of leg and foot amputations.
June 2016

Asking right questions key to detecting abuse

The partner of a different patient, who had diabetes, would regularly “punish” her by taking her insulin away, and thus the diabetes was poorly controlled, Dr. ... help you, for example, manage their diabetes.
March 2009

Gluten not a bread-and-butter diagnosis

The good news, reported by the National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK), is that gluten sensitivity isn't believed to pose the potential long-term harm of
September 2014

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