All articles from the October 10, 2014, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Researchers from the Durham VA Medical Center in North Carolina used electronic health record data, which included 568 VA primary care facilities and 368,481 adult patients with diabetes, to compare ... All articles from the December 14, 2018, ACP
A retrospective cohort study used data from the Department of Veterans Affairs to assess both hypertension and blood glucose medication deintensification (i.e., dosage reduction or withdrawal of a drug). ... All articles from the November 13, 2015, ACP
The researchers also obtained unpublished data from 12 of the 49 trials, involving 8,916 patients, by contacting pharmaceutical companies, authorities, or the authors. ... All articles from the March 11, 2016, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Researchers in Sweden used data from a national heart failure registry to examine the effect of ischemic and nonischemic heart failure and prior revascularization on long-term prognosis in patients with ... results. All articles from the October 7, 2016,
a reduction in the minimum estimated glomerular filtration rate at which dapagliflozin may be prescribed from 60 mL/min/1.73 m. ... All articles from the April 5, 2019, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Weight loss, improvement in comorbid conditions after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy appear to decline with time, study finds
data.”. All articles from the August 14, 2015, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
All articles from the January 11, 2019, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Troponin concentration may help stratify risk in those with stable ischemic heart disease and diabetes
Angioplasty Revascularization Investigation in Type 2 Diabetes (BARI 2D) trial, then analyzed whether it was associated with a composite end point (death from cardiovascular causes, myocardial infarction, or stroke). ... All articles from the September 11
Taspoglutide, 20 mg; once-weekly exenatide; and dulaglutide, 1.5 mg, also reduced body weight. ... All articles from the December 11, 2015, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.