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Some researchers are beginning to explore how early screenings could help catch T1D and similar conditions earlier.
The authors found that telehealth services were facilitated by patients being able to easily share information with providers from equipment that managed CGM for diabetic ketosis and hyperglycemia.
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A retrospective study has found that well-controlled blood glucose was associated with improved outcomes among COVID-19 patients.
At the end of 5 years, the teens with either obesity, T2D, or high systolic blood pressure were significantly more likely to have thicker and stiffer carotid arteries, the main blood vessel that leads to the brain, according to the study.
Previous clinical trials have shown that SGLT2 inhibitors protect kidney, or renal, function among patients with T2D, but their effect on serious renal events in patients in real-world clinical practice remains unclear.
A phase 3 trial showed a statistically significant and clinically meaningful decline in CV death or hospitalization from heart failure with dapagliflozin compared with placebo.
A recent survey identified the most substantial barriers to routine monitoring and follow-up for diabetes patients.
A research team has developed wirelessly-driven “smart contact lens” technology that is able to detect diabetes and treat diabetic retinopathy just through wearing them.
Engaging in discussions with patients at high risk of complications from COVID-19 without seeming patronizing is an important skill that many pharmacists should practice.
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Two case studies have highlighted the use of tele-diabetes to manage new-onset type 1 diabetes (T1D) cases in an adult and an infant during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.