Parents and healthcare workers should carefully consider the risk for obesity in infants born to women with diabetes, especially infants born large for gestational age, and should initiate preventive measures where possible.
Link between oral health and diabetes makes dental visits important to diabetes management.
The study results suggest that hidradenitis suppurativa is both a cutaneous disease and a chronic systemic inflammatory condition.
The American Diabetes Association has updated its Clinical Standards of Medical Care guidelines for identifying and managing cardiovascular risk factors in diabetes.
The findings from a national sample underscore the importance of developing policies and programs that reduce the prevalence of obesity.
IPITA and EPITA held a workshop to develop consensus for a joint statement on the definition of function and failure of current and future forms of β-cell replacement therapy.
Changes in depressive symptoms can predict improvement in self-efficacy and adherence to diabetes management.
The composite significant kidney event end point was defined as the first occurrence of ≥30% decline in eGFR to an eGFR <60mL/min/1.73m2, initiation of dialysis or kidney transplant.
The growth in diabetes prevalence and medical costs is primarily among the population aged 65 years and older, contributing to a growing economic cost to the Medicare program.
The FDA reviewed data for the device through the de novo premarket review pathway, a regulatory pathway for novel, low-to-moderate-risk devices that are not substantially equivalent to an already legally marketed device.
For patients with diabetic macular edema, repeated ranibizumab treatment does not appear to be associated with impaired macular perfusion.
For adults aged 18 to 64 years with diabetes, there was an increase in health insurance coverage after implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Abnormal glucose metabolism was detected in 1 out of 3 patients with nondiabetic percutaneous coronary intervention and was independently associated with a significantly higher event risk.
Oral vitamin E supplementation consisting of 400 mg/day mixed tocotrienols for 1 year may not result in improved neuropathic pain symptoms in patients with diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
High-quality studies are needed to determine whether tight intrapartum glycemic control is superior to more relaxed glycemic targets intrapartum for women with diabetes in pregnancy.
The acute-to-chronic glycemic ratio provided better prognostic insight with regard to in-hospital mortality and morbidity outcomes compared with glycemia levels at hospital admission in patients with diabetes who had an acute myocardial infarction.
A recent study assessed the affiliation between HbA1c level, diabetes prominence, and successive decline of cognition during a 10-year span.
Early treatment and elimination of hepatitis C virus with direct-antiviral agents in patients with related cirrhosis may improve glucose tolerance and reduce the risk for diabetes development.
A recent survey examines the correlation between bariatric surgery and rates of continuation, discontinuation, or initiation of antidiabetes treatment 6 years after bariatric surgery compared with a matched control obese group.
Abatacept conferred a greater reduction in cardiovascular risk compared with tumor necrosis factor inhibitors in patients with rheumatoid arthritis and diabetes.
Diabetes care can be improved with enhanced communication between providers and patients and improved communication between members of the primary care team.
In 2015, the rate of diabetes-related visits to the emergency department was 92 per 1,000 persons for those aged 45 and older.
Higher rates of operative delivery and falling gestational age at delivery suggest that this is either reflected by, or despite, increasing obstetric intervention.
For patients with diabetic macular edema, persistence is more likely with bevacizumab than with aflibercept or ranibizumab.
Two recently-approved diabetes treatments, a semaglutide injection and an insuline aspart injection, are now available in pharmacies across the United States.
ADA's recommendations reflect the latest advances in evidence-based research to improve care for millions of people with diabetes.
Patients who switch to high-deductible health plans have a decrease in health care utilization, though high-severity emergency department visit expenditures increase in people from low-income neighborhoods.
Findings may have implications for social policies to extend paid maternity leave to achieve higher intensity and longer duration of breastfeeding.
Stricter glycemic control during short-term intensive insulin therapy for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes patients is associated with a higher likelihood of remission at 1 year.
There was an independent association between high diet soft drink consumption and the likelihood of having proliferative diabetic retinopathy; there was no association seen between regular soda drink consumption and diabetic retinopathy.
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- ADA Updates Guidelines for Cardiovascular Risk Management in Diabetes
- Clinicians May Be Overtreating Older Patients With Diabetes
- USPSTF Issues Recommendation for Vitamin D, Calcium Supplementation for Fracture Prevention
- Obesity Risk in Infants Born to Women With Diabetes
- Insulin-Treated Diabetes Reduces Dysglycemia-Related Mortality in Sepsis
- Increased Risk for Mortality in People With Diabetes, CHD Taking Beta-Blockers
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