An In the Clinic article in the March 3 Annals of Internal Medicine provides a clinical overview of type 2 diabetes. ... An In the Clinic article in the March 3 Annals of Internal Medicine provides a clinical overview of type 2 diabetes focusing on
Ten studies from 2013 with potential to change endocrinology practice were summarized in Annals of Internal Medicine's annual Update in Endocrinology, published in the June 3 issue. ... Annals of Internal Medicine's Diabetes Collection is available.
4 Annals of Internal Medicine. Whether to screen a patient for type 2 diabetes is the focus of a Beyond the Guidelines feature in the Oct. ... 4 Annals of Internal Medicine. The article presents the case of a man who meets the U.S.
A synopsis of the 2016 American Diabetes Association (ADA) Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes was published by Annals of Internal Medicine on March 1. ... Annals Graphic Medicine brings together original graphic narratives, comics, animation/feature,
The Consult Guys, a new service free to ACP Members, bring a new perspective to the art and science of medicine with lively discussion and analysis of real-world cases and ... For more videos from and information on The Consult Guys, visit the Annals.
The guideline was published in Annals of Internal Medicine on July 14, along with 2 evidence reviews that supported the recommendation, which was targeted at health care systems, communities, and other ... National Diabetes Prevention Program registry
The World Health Organization (WHO) released an updated diabetes guideline in July and it was summarized by Annals of Internal Medicine on Sept. ... An editorial from ACP's High Value Care Committee was also published by Annals on Sept.
The commentary was published by Annals of Internal Medicine on March 24. ... Annals of Internal Medicine's Diabetes Collection is available.
The post hoc analysis, published by Annals of Internal Medicine on Dec. ... Patients in the older age group had higher rates of adverse events, with the most common being neoplasms and gastrointestinal disorders.
The results show “underuse of a highly effective prevention strategy,” the authors concluded. ... The study was published in the April 21 Annals of Internal Medicine.