Researchers estimated the lifetime direct medical costs of treating type 2 diabetes and diabetic complications, and their results appeared online Aug. ... the increase is that there are many more people that are now being treated for diabetes in the U.S.
This is terrific news for the individual with diabetes. Diabetes has never been less scary or more manageable. ... This post is dedicated to my nephew Elliott who has type 1 diabetes.
Peters said. Metformin is the preferred first-line treatment for type 2 diabetes. ... For type 2 diabetes, the standard deviation 3 should be less than three times the mean.
A collection of diabetes tidbits. I spent today at an Internal Medicine 2009 precourse on diabetes and picked up a lot of miscellaneous interesting info, particularly during the session by Irl ... The newest big thing in diabetes monitoring--real-time
A diabetes “huddle sheet” was developed for MAs to track the diabetes core metrics needed before the patient visit. ... The Practice Transformation site focuses on the following steps:. 1. Understand current state and future of diabetes care.
QD: News Every Day--Worst-case scenario projects one-third of adults will have diabetes by 2050. ... population. About one in four Americans have pre-diabetes, although only one in 20 know it.
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,
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.
Endo '08: Hypoglycemia in diabetes. A session on "Innovative Strategies for Prevention and Treatment of Hypoglycemia in Diabetes," by Stephen Davis, MD, was so packed that there was a horde outside
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