From 2005 to 2016, there was no improvement in the diabetes care cascade.
A predictive model is presented for hypoglycemia that combines nearly all known and readily assessed risk factors for hypoglycemia such as infection, non-long-acting insulin, and dementia.
For individuals younger than age 65, stroke risk was increased in several demographics, but not in black men.
Intensive glucose-lowering therapy is prevalent among U.S. adults with diabetes and results in hospitalizations and emergency department visits for hypoglycemia.
Diabetes self-management education and support can cut hypoglycemia risk.
Endoscopic duodenal mucosal resurfacing was found to be safe, feasible, and very effective for improving glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes.
Women with hypertensive disorders of pregnancy had higher postpartum fasting plasma glucose levels and approximately double the risk for newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes.
Measuring succinate levels before bariatric surgery may serve as a predictive marker for remission of type 2 diabetes.
For women with gestational diabetes, conducting an oral glucose tolerance test during hospitalization for delivery might be useful to detect postpartum diabetes risk.
Type 1 diabetes diagnosis is missed less frequently when patients present during childhood or adolescence, but unlike in adults, misdiagnosis in childhood is associated with an increased likelihood of diabetic ketoacidosis.