Insulin resistance has been proposed as one of the causes of poor glycemic control in youth with type 1 diabetes who have excess weight or obesity.Read More »
T2D diagnosed within last 6 years may be able to achieve remission if substantial weight loss is achieved.Read More »
Patients with type 1 diagnosed with depression said to be in danger of experiencing more severe episodes of hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia.Read More »
Costs vs. Outcomes for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: The issue of cost in healthcare is a central point in the discussion of the future of medicine. While much is made of the cost of end-of-life care, many of the dollars spent yearly are focused on the treatment of chronic diseases like diabetes. The estimated yearly cost of diabetes care was $245 billion in the U.S. in 2012, the last year for which numbers have been reported. $50 billion of that was related to prescription drug purchases.Read More »
Battle between two GLP-1 receptor agonists proves semaglutide achieves favorable HbA1c levels, decreased mean body weight.Read More »
Non-adherence to Metformin Versus Therapeutic Failure: When is it Appropriate to Switch to Second-Line Therapies?
Patients who skipped initial treatment with metformin and were instead started on second-line antihyperglycemic medication more likely to need dual therapy or insulin to control T2.Read More »
Patients projected to have increase in body mass index also likely to develop increased plasma glucose levels and have diminished insulin response.Read More »
Young man, 21 years of age. type 1 diabetes since 9 years of age. Has not been to see hcp for a year. States he doesn’t like people interrogating him, but came in because he needs his insulin. States he doesn’t check his glucose because he can tell what it is. Tired of having type 1 diabetes and tired of checking numbers. A1C in office--10.2%.Read More »
Part 1 of a four part series on a framework developed by Dr. Bradley Eilerman and Len Testa for recommending medications for treating patients with type 2 diabetes.
A thousand times today, in offices all over America, hospital patients will be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes. When that happens, a healthcare provider has to make a treatment decision of enormous complexity, often with partial information to go on, and in the span of just a few minutes.
How Does Empagliflozin Reduce Cardiovascular Mortality In Type 2 Patients, Including Those With PAD?
The answer comes from a mediation analysis of the EMPA-REG OUTCOME Trial.Read More »