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.
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
Dr. Close, who normally cares for patients with diabetes and other chronic diseases, said the influx also caused“ collateral damage” by pushing aside patients who weren't injured in the disaster.“
reporting through registries. Internists who choose this option typically need to report on three individual quality measures because there are multiple measures for common conditions, such as diabetes, and because of ... Internists are most likely to
North Dakota, for Community-Based Diabetes Initiative Program. The North Dakota chapter received a second award for its diabetes prevention program in high-risk communities.
This update covers approval of a sodium-glucose co-transporter 2 inhibitor for diabetes, a once-daily long-acting beta-adrenergic agonist (LABA) for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and a ... Empagliflozin (Jardiance) to treat type 2
QD: News Every Day--Teens with type 2 diabetes likely to need combination therapy sooner. ... A majority of teenagers with type 2 diabetes may require combination treatment or insulin therapy within a few years of diagnosis, researchers concluded.
This update also covers a risk evaluation and mitigation strategy for liraglutide and approval of a new PCSK9 inhibitor.
QD: News Every Day--'Made in America' fast food associated with heart disease, diabetes. ... The export of American fast food restaurants to Singapore was associated with a spike in diabetes and cardiovascular diseases there, a study found.
In a safety review, the FDA identified 73 cases of ketoacidosis in patients with type 1 or type 2 diabetes treated with SGLT2 inhibitors and 19 cases of life-threatening urosepsis ... The most common adverse reaction was generalized pruritus. A notice