Risk for acute kidney injury in primary health care.
Risk for acute kidney injury in primary health care. Rev Bras Enferm. 2018 Jan-Feb;71(1):20-25 Authors: Rigonatto MCL, Magro MCDS Abstract OBJECTIVE: To identify hypertensive and diabetic patients at risk for developing acute kidney injury in the primary health care setting. METHOD: Observational, longitudinal, prospective study. Sample of 56 diabetic and hypertensive individuals. A semi-structured questionnaire was adopted for data collection. For the description of results, were calculated dispersion measures and the Spearman test was used for statistical analysis. The result was considered significant when p
New classes of drugs to treat type 2 diabetes are continually being developed and marketed. The FDA has issued guidance to the pharmaceutical industry that newer hypoglycemic agents should not be associated with unacceptable increases in cardiovascular risk. To date, five trials have assessed specific cardiovascular endpoints for these newer agents. Empagliflozin and liraglutide have been found to improve cardiovascular outcomes.
Gagnum V, Saeed M, Stene LC, Leivestad T, Joner G, Skrivarhaug T. Low Incidence of End-Stage Renal Disease in Childhood-Onset Type 1 Diabetes Followed for Up to 42 Years. Diabetes Care 2017, in press.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The world's largest diabetes drugmaker Novo Nordisk on Thursday presented the first successful data from a final-stage study for a pill it hopes will transform the diabetes market.
Every stakeholder needs to prepare in time for the waves of technological innovation transforming the medical sector and the pharma industry. Regulators and decision-makers with the right policies could do the most for a swift and smooth transit into the future. New Zealand’s government recognized the challenges and made important steps to facilitate the adoption of digital health. Responsible governments prepare their citizens for technological changes With the spread of social media and other disruptive technologies, such as artificial intelligence, health sensors, robotics, 3D printing or nanotechnology, healthcar...
Introduction: In 2030 diabetes will cause one amputation every 20 seconds. Currently 10 to 20% of all diabetic patients develop infected foot ulcers that recur 40% of the time within one year, even when adequately treated by antibiotics, angioplasty or bypass. Therefore, factors other than infection and peripheral artery disease must be incriminated in wound healing in diabetic patients. The identification of those factors is the subject of our study.Methodology: A retrospective study done at CHU-NDS (Centre Hospitalier Notre Dame De Secours) included all patients with infected diabetic ulcers between 2012 and 2017. Age wa...
A new study examines the possible relationship between TSH levels, sudden cardiac death, total mortality, and CVD outcomes.Clinical Endocrinology
SGLT2 inhibitors create new management challenges for anesthesiologists. What are the unique considerations for diabetic patients taking these agents perioperatively?Anesthesia &Analgesia
Analyst, 2018, Accepted Manuscript DOI: 10.1039/C7AN01872J, Critical ReviewVini Singh, Sadagopan Krishnan Diabetes is a complex immune disorder that requires extensive medical care beyond glycemic control. Recently, the prevalence of diabetes, particularly type 1 diabetes (T1D), has significantly increased from 5% to... The content of this RSS Feed (c) The Royal Society of Chemistry
Medtronic CareLink iPro Therapy Management Software, MMT-7340 The CareLink iPro Therapy Management Software (model, MMT-7340) is intended to be used by a healthcare professional (HCP) with the iPro2 CGM System and provides upload support for the iPro2 Recorder. The CareLink iPro software is used to upload glucose sensor data stored on a recording device, capture BG meter readings through manual entry or wired-upload, retrospectively calibrate sensor data, and provide retrospective reports of continuous glucose information. The reports generated by the CareLink iPro software are intended for use by healthcare professionals ...
CONCLUSIONS: Compared to the overall EUROASPIRE results in Europe, Belgian CHD patients seem to do slightly better. However, tackling obesity, physical inactivity, hypertension and psychosocial distress remains an important challenge in the management of coronary patients. PMID: 29458303 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]