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Blood glucose self-monitoring among patients with diabetes mellitus type 2 in family medicine practice

Only one third of patients with type 2 diabetes had done self monitoring with glucometer and although their knowledge about hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia was improved during education, these patients did not have improved significant values of the HbA1c compared to patients who had not done self-monitoring.

Automated detection of hypoglycemia-induced EEG changes recorded by subcutaneous electrodes in subjects with type 1 diabetes-The brain as a biosensor

In 12 of 15 patients, EEG changes occurred before severe hypoglycemia as evaluated by the cognitive testing.

Neuropsychological profiles of young people with type 1 diabetes 12 yr after disease onset

Findings suggest that early disease onset and hypoglycemia impact on the developing central nervous system, with hyperglycemia playing a lesser role.

Prevalence of Hemoglobin A1c Greater Than 6.5% and 7.0% among Hospitalized Patients without Known Diagnosis of Diabetes at an Urban Inner City Hospital

Hospital-based HbA1c testing might identify patients for whom further testing is indicated to make the diagnosis of diabetes.

Clinical implications of adiponectin and inflammatory biomarkers in type 2 diabetes mellitus

Elevated levels of CRP and fibrinogen and reduced level of adiponectin can be used for early diagnosis of T2DM and can predict diabetic complications

Ethnic differences in gestational oral glucose screening in a large US population

These findings point to the need for further research along several avenues, such as maternal-child outcome differences and perhaps ethnic-specific guidelines for GDM diagnosis.

Type 2 Diabetes, Medication-Induced Diabetes, and Monogenic Diabetes in Canadian Children: A Prospective National Surveillance Study

These results support recommendations that screening for co-morbidity should occur at diagnosis of type 2 diabetes.

Investigation into relationship between chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, bronchial asthma, and type 2 diabetes

Concomitant CPD and BA significantly increase the risk of DM2 and require the development of measures for its diagnosis and prevention.

Diabetes and road traffic collisions

The programme facilitating the diagnosis of early hypoglycemic symptoms--Blood Glucose Awareness Training--decreases road traffic collision number.

How does change in depressive symptomatology influence weight change in patients with diabetes? Observational results from the Pathways longitudinal cohort

In persons with diabetes who have clinically significant levels of depressive symptoms, improvement in depression is accompanied by significantly greater, clinically significant weight loss.
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New Study Links dLife to Increased Rx Drug Usage Among Diabetes Consumers
A new study analyzing patient-level prescription data clearly demonstrates that dLife consumers take immediate and deeper action in treating their diabetes and co-morbid conditions after becoming engaged with dLife. The study also confirms that dLife users test their blood sugar and take medications at a higher rate than non-dLife users.
GlaxoSmithKline responds to US Senate Committee on Finance report on Avandia
GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) responded to the recently released Senate Committee on Finance's January 2010 "Staff Report on GlaxoSmithKline and the Diabetes Drug Avandia" (the "Staff Report") by releasing a White Paper. In its response, GSK states that the Staff Report fails to present an accurate, balanced, or complete view of the currently available information on Avandia® (rosiglitazone).
Good news for young type 2 diabetics
There may be hope for young adults suffering from type 2 diabetes, according to new research. Writing in the journal Diabetes Care, the researchers from Ireland, Spain and Italy investigated how new mechanisms in muscle cells may elucidate severe insulin resistance in the body, and showed a reduced response to aerobic exercise in young obese patients with type 2 diabetes.



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