Interesting T2DM: Pharmacotherapy & Obesity Outcomes
Our April list includes CV events with DPP-4 or SGLT2 inhibitors vs. insulin, and impact of obesity on nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and thyroid function.
The Uninsured, Hospitalized Patient
When someone in the hospital needs to see a specialist, particularly a specialty where there are so few of us, I don’t understand how one can just refuse.
Clinical Dilemmas in Diabetes
Research presented at ENDO 2017 explored options to reduce complications in patients with diabetes and microalbuminuria and patients with cystic fibrosis.
ENDO 2017: Sleep Studies
Studies presented at ENDO 2017 examined the impact of sleep disorders on gestational diabetes, bone formation, and adolescents with and without diabetes.
Bone Mineral Density in 50+ Years of Diabetes
A small pilot study is the first to report on bone health in people with an at least 50-year history of type 1 diabetes.
Interesting Endo: T Trials & T1DM Self Care
Our March list includes Testosterone Trials results, self-management in patients transitioning to adult care, and cancer mortality risk with diabetes.
Interesting T2DM: Diabetic Retinopathy & Drug News
Our February list includes a newly approved drug combo, the ADA’s position statement on diabetic retinopathy, and lifestyle intervention studies.
Diabetes & Ethnicity: Potential Life Years Lost
What role, if any, does ethnicity play in potential life years lost in patients with diabetes?
Statin Therapy with Type 2 Diabetes & Nephropathy
In patients with type 2 diabetes complicated by nephropathy, what is the real life effect of statin therapy on cardiovascular disease prevention?
CV Risks and Diabetes: Puerto Rican Population
Dr. Bobby Lazzara discusses a study looking at certain demographics and cardiovascular complications in a diabetic patient population in Puerto Rico.
Microvascular Disease Burden in Type 2 Diabetes
Does microvascular disease burden predict future cardiovascular events in type 2 diabetes? Dr. Bobby Lazzara discusses this question.
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