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Virtual glucose monitoring service may improve inpatient ...

The service used the electronic health record to send daily reports on inpatients with abnormal glucose values or insulin pump use to experienced diabetes ...

ICUs were faster to adopt tight glycemic control than to ...

Glycemic control gradually tightened in US ICUs after the publication of a trial supporting tight control, but practice changed little when a subsequent ...

Random or fasting glucose tests can target diabetes screening ...

Random or fasting glucose measurements can be used to screen for diabetes in patients admitted for acute myocardial infarction, a study found.

Improved mortality rates in diabetic ICU patients appear to be ...

Improved mortality rates in diabetic ICU patients over the past decade appear to be independent of glucose control, according to a new study.

Liberal glucose control worked well for ICU patients with ...

ICU patients who were given insulin only when glucose exceeded 14 mmol/L (>252 mg/dL) had slightly less hypoglycemia and similar creatinine ...

Prognostic value of acute-to-chronic glycemic ratio better than ...

Patients' A/C glycemic ratio predicted a composite of in-hospital mortality, acute pulmonary edema, and cardiogenic shock as well as troponin I peak ...