He reports no shortness of breath on exertion. He does not have cerebrovascular disease, diabetes mellitus, congestive heart failure, renal failure, or angina.
Getting poetic about it. An new article from JournalWatch uses a line of poetry to make the case that tight control for type 2 diabetes should be abandoned.
Obesity is the primary driver of the type 2 diabetes epidemic affecting ever more of the modern and modernizing world. ... As recently as my own medical training, what is now called “type 2” diabetes was called adult-onset diabetes, to distinguish it
New drugs for type 2 diabetes have been approved recently and have given physicians more options for treatment. ... thought. Our story looks at the risks and benefits of prescribing new drugs in patients with diabetes and how to determine which
and diabetes, among others, that had been exacerbated by a lack of medicine since the earthquake.
He recommended that physicians encourage their patients to maintain healthy weight through diet and exercise to avoid NAFLD just as they would to prevent diabetes. ... These patients were likely to be on aspirin-anticoagulant-antiplatelet therapy for a
For example, the chance that a patient is being seen just for diabetes is low. ... Many people with diabetes also have hypertension or hypercholesterolemia. “Having a guideline recommendation that addresses a single disease condition may not be enough
As temperatures edge upward, doctors should watch out for vulnerable patients, whether it's those with respiratory conditions and other chronic diseases such as cardiovascular disease or diabetes, those who have
CMS officials believe that the adopted CPT transitional care management codes are defined broadly enough to incorporate treatment of chronic conditions, such as Alzheimer's disease, diabetes and HIV, and the
That's not necessarily the case. One example is, we want to get HbA1c under 8% for patients with diabetes. ... We can discuss what number is best for patients. We can say that most people with diabetes should be at 7%.