ACP Journal Club commentary. ... Herrington, MD, Doreen Zhu, MBChB, and Richard Haynes, DM, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Feb.
Review: Rapid-acting analogues do not differ from regular human insulin for mortality or HbA1c in type 2 diabetes
The review shows that, contrary to specialty recommendations, there is no reason not to use regular human insulins, which are less costly than analogue insulins, said an ACP Journal Club commentary. ... The following commentary by Mayer B. Davidson, MD,
In type 2 diabetes with periodontitis, intensive periodontitis treatment improved glycemic control at 1 year
referrals, the ACP Journal Club commentary said. ... The following commentary by Zubin Punthakee, MD, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the April 16 Annals of Internal Medicine.
Available risk scores are in need of recalibration but still serve as useful decision-making tools, according to an ACP Journal Club commentary. ... The study was published in the September Diabetes Care. The following commentary by Michael Tanner, MD,
In diabetes with no CVD, aspirin reduced serious vascular events but increased major bleeding at 7.4 years
according to an ACP Journal Club commentary. ... The following commentary by Gaetano Santulli, MD, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Dec.
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
In high-risk pregnant women, an individualized lifestyle intervention reduced gestational diabetes mellitus
The following commentary by Lorraine Lipscombe, MD, MSc, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Dec. ... All articles from the January 8, 2016, ACP Diabetes Monthly Newsletter.
Review: In diabetes, intensive and standard glycemic control do not differ for end-stage kidney disease or death
for preventing any complications is warranted, ACP Journal Club authors wrote. ... Singh, MBBS, MBA, was published in the ACP Journal Club section of the Oct.
Three different industry-funded studies of glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists (GLP-1RAs) were recently analyzed in ACP Journal Club. ... The following commentary by Lorraine L. Lipscombe, MD, MSc, was published with all three study recaps in the
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