The authors of a recent study called for public awareness, screening, and accessible and early multidisciplinary care, as well as neighborhood-level public health interventions, to reduce the disproportionate burden of lower-extremity amputation in
These findings suggest the importance of continued perioperative glycemic monitoring, especially in those patients without a known history of diabetes, and highlights areas for further inquiry.”.
A retrospective study of patients who took sodium-glucose cotransporter-2 (SGLT-2) inhibitors or metformin as first-line therapy for type 2 diabetes found similar risk for myocardial infarction and stroke with the two drug classes but a difference
Diet as a primary intervention can achieve remission for many with type 2 diabetes and should focus on plant-based foods with minimal consumption of meat and other animal products, according to a statement from the American College of Lifestyle
An industry-funded case-control study of data from a U.S. administrative claims database found that pregnancy, alcohol misuse, short or rapid-acting insulin, and smoking, among other conditions and medications, were independently associated with
Absolute risk reductions did not differ substantially between people with and without type 2 diabetes because of the higher absolute cardiovascular risk among those with the condition, according to a new meta-analysis.
Moderate- and high-intensity rosuvastatin and high-intensity simvastatin and atorvastatin were most effective at moderately reducing levels of non-high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol, a systematic review and meta-analysis found.
15 offered highlights from the NCCC's final report, which was submitted to Congress on Jan.
Patients with severe insulin-resistant diabetes had better outcomes after metabolic surgery than those with mild obesity-related diabetes or severe insulin-deficient diabetes, both in terms of type 2 diabetes remission and renal function, with no
A U.S. retrospective study found that while 63.4% of prediabetes patients had repeated glycemic testing over one year of follow-up, 10.4% had a primary care visit with a coded diagnosis of prediabetes, 1.0% were referred for nutrition services, and 5