The review found that sulfonylureas were more cost-effective than newer agents, but an ACP Journal Club commentary stressed the importance of shared decision making in the choice of a second ... The following commentary by Natalia Genere, MD, and Victor M
The author of an ACP Journal Club commentary said that the intervention effect was strong enough to prompt a reconsideration of primary care management of obesity and that the results of ... 10, 2018 print issue. It was summarized in theby Anupam Goel, MD
In high-risk T1DM, real-time continuous glucose monitoring vs self-monitoring reduced hypoglycemic events
The study provides compelling evidence for clinicians to recommend real-time continuous glucose monitoring to their patients at high risk for severe hypoglycemia, the ACP Journal Club commentary said. ... The following commentary by Hertzel Gerstein, MD,
If the results are confirmed, sodium–glucose co-transporter-2 inhibitors will become a dominant strategy over standard glucose-lowering therapies for treating diabetic kidney disease, according to the ACP Journal ... 9 issue of Circulation. The
Review: In type 2 diabetes, sodium–glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors do not increase major CV events or mortality
The following commentary by James Brophy, MD, PhD, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Jan. ... All articles from the February 10, 2017, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Intensive glucose-lowering in type 2 diabetes was linked to hypoglycemia in high-complexity patients
The following commentary by Daniel I. Steinberg, MD, FACP, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Sept. ... All articles from the October 7, 2016, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Bariatric surgery improved HbA1c at 5 y more than intensive medical care alone in obese patients with T2DM
Cheskin, MD, FACP, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the May 16 Annals of Internal Medicine. ... All articles from the June 9, 2017, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Review: Adding a DPP-4 inhibitor to an SGLT-2 inhibitor reduces genital, but not genitourinary, tract infections
The authors of an accompanying ACP Journal Club commentary noted that although the risk for bias in the five reviewed studies was reportedly low, the results were imprecise and inconsistent, leaving ... Montori, MD, MSc, FACP, was published in the ACP
Review: Sulfonylureas are associated with overall mortality and CV events vs other antihyperglycemics
The following commentary by Donald A. Smith, MD, MPH, FACP, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the April 18 Annals of Internal Medicine. ... All articles from the May 12, 2017, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
The following commentary by Sina Jasim, MD, MPH, and Steven A Smith, MD, FACP, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the April 18 Annals of Internal Medicine. ... The April 18 ACP Journal Club also includes a commentary on ACP's 2017 clinical