The keynote speech, given by a well-known local entrepreneur, focused on his ideas for revolutionizing diabetes care. ... He seemed pleasant and sincere enough, genuinely interested in addressing some major challenges in diabetes management.
Sue Kirkman, MD, ACP Member, told attendees at Tuesday's “Diabetes for the Internist” precourse. ... from the American Diabetes Association and the European Association for the Study of Diabetes.
Managing kidney disease in diabetes requires meeting individualized parameters and balancing risks in nephrology and cardiology. ... Effects of intensive glucose lowering in type 2 diabetes. N Engl J Med.
Why have you been having such a hard time lately controlling your diabetes?” I asked. ... My patient really did want to control his diabetes, but was very much prevented from doing so by his inability to swallow large pills.
Research indicates that risk for heart failure in patients with diabetes increases with HbA1c level, Dr. ... Mitchell. “Certainly the treatment of diabetes is relevant to all specialties,” she said.
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
We heard about some innovative programs for diabetes patients that appear to be working, like Jefferson's family practice medical home and group visits. ... And some that haven't been so successful, like an initiative to elimiate diabetes-drug
A Mediterranean diet enriched with extra virgin olive oil but without calorie restrictions reduced diabetes risk among persons with high cardiovascular risk, a study found. ... and bioactive polyphenols, results in a substantial reduction in the risk for
Mediterranean diet trumps low-fat diet for diabetes management. Researchers compared the effects of a Mediterranean-style diet versus a typical low-fat diet for diabetes management in one of the ... longest-term randomized trials of its kind to assess
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,