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Daily Archives: Jul 14, 2012

Steven J. Russell MD, PhD, Introduction

Dr. Russell introduces himself and explains that he is working on topics related to automated blood glucose control, bionic pancreas, the accuracy of CGM, and the pharmacokinetics of rapid-acting insulins. More videos from Dr. Russell: Could CGM Be Used to Educate Type 2’s? How Can CGM Motivate Patients to Better …

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Stanley Schwartz, MD, Q4: What Is the Best A1c?

Dr. Schwartz discusses what the best A1c might be for a patient with diabetes, the current ADA guidelines, and how the guidelines have changed over the years taking into account different clinical data and criteria, including measurements of retinopathy and CV health. He also discusses the possibility of getting A1c’s …

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Stanley Schwartz, MD, Introduction

Dr. Schwartz introduces himself and talks about his busy “retirement.”   More videos with Dr. Schwartz: Preventing Hypoglycemia in the Hospital Using Incretins Tips for Maximizing Medication Effectiveness and Patient Health How Exercise Fits In with Diabetes Control What Is the Best A1c?

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Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, Q9: What Do You Want Your A1c to Be?

Dr. Colberg tells us what her target number is.   More videos with Dr. Colberg: Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, Introduction Q1: Is Exercise the Forgotten Tool? Q2: Effect of Physical Activity on Glycemia Q3: Intense Aerobic and Anaerobic Treatments Q4: Older People, Exercise and Diabetes Q5: Frequency of Exercise Q6: Tips …

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Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, Q8: Blood Sugar Drop with Exercise

Dr. Colberg-Ochs explains how long after exercise diabetes patients can expect their blood sugar levels to be lower and talks about some of the latest research on this, including some the surprisingly high rates of hyperglycemia in the diabetic population. More videos with Dr. Colberg-Ochs: Sheri Colberg-Ochs, PhD, Introduction Q1: …

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