QD: News Every Day--Prevent diabetes to bend the health care cost curve. ... Health spending associated with diabetes and prediabetes is about $194 billion this year, or 7% of U.S.
Authors noted that, while results of the study are encouraging, diabetes prevalence is likely to rise in the future if diabetes incidence is not curtailed. ... than previous reports and consistent with improvements in several risk factors, complications,
A talk at Tuesday's “Diabetes for the Internist” precourse reviewed some of the most significant recent advances in insulin, including new concentrations and combinations with other medications, new delivery mechanisms,
Also, high body iron stores have been shown to be associated with an elevated risk of diabetes, the authors wrote. ... Finally, adjustment for BMIs suggests that weight gain and obesity partially explain the diabetes.
Learn 10 guiding principles for the care of people with or at risk for diabetes. ... They got several major organizations to agree on 10 principles of diabetes care.
Today is World Diabetes Day, and to recognize that, a famous Belgian statue of a small boy is peeing blue. ... Racing. All in support of a good cause though--raising awareness of diabetes in children.
Three of the cases she reported involved patients with type 2 diabetes who were postoperative. ... ACP has developed a patient brochure on living with diabetes that can be ordered online.
QD: News Every Day--Teen diabetes rate more than doubles in a decade. ... Prediabetes/diabetes rates in teenagers increased from 9% to 23% in the past decade, researchers reported in a study.
ACP launches new services for quality improvement | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
The ACP Advance chronic care QI programs and resources span various clinical conditions and focus areas including adult immunization, atrial fibrillation, chronic pain and safe opioid prescribing, and diabetes.
I don't take care of diabetes,” Dr. Lorber said. “I help people take care of it.”. ... Refer to a specialist and follow up. Any patient with prediabetes, diabetes or hypertension should see an ophthalmologist.