Type 1 Diabetes
Altered serum levels of nicotinamide phosphoribosyltransferase, omentin-1, and caspase-cleaved cytokeratin 18 fragment M30 in children with type 1 diabetes may signify metabolic differences that do not stabilize with insulin treatment.
Repeated exposure to high levels of HbA1c was associated with increased risk for dementia in a cohort of patients age ≥50 with type 1 diabetes.
The affordability and availability of diabetes medications across multiple regions of the word were examined, along with the effects on the use of medications.
Individuals with higher executive function performance at baseline experienced slower increases in HbA1c.
Intensive blood pressure therapy is associated with a significantly lower risk for serious cardiovascular events in the adults with diabetes.
Investigators assessed the effect of complication burden and concurrent risk factors level on the risk of developing further microvascular complication.
Although the association between type 2 diabetes and schizophrenia is well established, the link between type 1 diabetes and schizophrenia is less clear.
Investigators used data from the National Health Interview Survey and follow-up mortality data to estimate trends and disparities in CVD.
Excess cardiovascular risk varies with age at diagnosis of type 1 diabetes.
Diabetes and smoking are vascular risk factors associated with hippocampal calcification in older patients with memory issues.
The most prevalent complication was sexual dysfunction reported by both women and men, followed by urinary incontinence in women and low sexual desire in men.
WHO has developed guidelines for selecting therapy for treatment intensiﬁcation in type 2 diabetes and on the use of insulin in type 1 and 2 diabetes in resource-poor settings.
Investigators sought to determine whether participants who were followed-up before their diagnosis of diabetes had improved metabolic control afterward.
Significant improvement for older adults with depression, COPD; diabetes, cardiovascular disease.
Researchers from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles examined the impacts of Medicaid expansion on access to diabetes medications.
The substantial burden of cardiovascular disease in patients with diabetes has led to the exploration of various cardiovascular disease prevention strategies, including the use of aspirin.
The PedsQL 3.2 can assist in identify new and existing therapeutic interventions for individuals with different diabetes-specific health-related quality of life profiles.
Among the many conditions that may co-occur with diabetes, eating disorders are common.
Investigators examine whether age of onset of type 1 diabetes affects mortality and cardiovascular risk.
Investigators determined that reductions in bone mineral density in men with type 1 diabetes occur early in the course of the disease.
Investigators examined safety and efficacy of adjunct therapy to insulin for patients with type 1 diabetes who are not adequately controlled.
It is critical for us to remember that children are not little adults. Pediatric-onset diabetes is different from adult-onset diabetes due to its distinct epidemiology, pathophysiology, developmental considerations, and response to therapy.
High Albumin-to-Creatinine Ratio Associated With Increased Risk for Microalbuminuria and Future CVD in AdolescentsAugust 10, 2018
The association between albumin-to-creatinine ratio and risk for diabetic nephropathy and CVD was examined over 2 to 4 years.
The transition from pediatric to adult care for type 1 diabetes should be a gradual process, with a plan to make the change when the patient is ready, not at a pre-determined time.
More than 25 percent of older U.S. adults with diabetes use some type of complementary and alternative medicine.
Investigators compared 2 interventions to reduce diabetes distress and improve glycemic control in patients with T1D.
Interruptions in private health insurance coverage are common among U.S. adults with type 1 diabetes and are associated with an increase in glycated hemoglobin and in use of acute care services.
For patients with asymptomatic left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ALVSD), those with diabetes have increased risk of heart failure development and hospitalization.
Investigators evaluate the performance of the G6 factory-calibrated continuous glucose monitoring system over 10 days.
Comorbid depression, when not well controlled, can affect one's ability to self-manage diabetes. There can be loss of interest in making proper lifestyle choices, monitoring glucose levels, and taking one's medicines.
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