Is Aspirin Overused in Older Patients With Diabetes? Is Aspirin Overused in Older Patients With Diabetes?
A study of trends in aspirin use in older US adults finds those with diabetes are twice as likely to use aspirin for primary prevention as those without diabetes; many patients might now need review.Medscape Medical News
Conclusion: The proposed model is shown to adequately describe the meal-induced glucose fluctuations in simulated CGM data while validations on clinical CGM data show promising results as well. Significance: The proposed model may lay the grounds for new ways of utilizing available CGM data, including CGM-based parameter estimation and stochastic optimal control.
AbstractCoronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) accounts for over 180,000 deaths in the USA. Although COVID-19 affects all racial ethnicities, non-Hispanic Blacks have the highest mortality rates. Evidence continues to emerge, linking the disproportion of contagion and mortality from severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), a result of adverse social determinants of health. Yet, genetic predisposition may also play a credible role in disease transmission. SARS-CoV-2 enters cells by interaction between SARS-CoV-2 spike protein and the receptor molecule angiotensin converting enzyme 2 (ACE2) expressed on the...
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THE INCIDENCE of diabetes saw a sharp rise during the pandemic, particularly among children. The condition, which is too often brushed off as benign, comes with a host of complications including amputation, blindness and death. One vitamin-packed herb, however, could lower blood sugar levels by up to a quarter.
Conclusions: Our results suggest diabetic microvascular remodelling is likely to be stress-driven, comprising at least 2 stages: (1) Laying down of adventitial bracing fibres that limit outward distension, and (2) Deposition of additional collagen in the media, likely due to the significantly altered mechanical environment. This work represents a step towards elucidating the local stress environment of cells, which is crucial to build accurate models of mechanotransduction in disease.J Vasc Res
BACKGROUND: Diabetic peripheral neuropathy often demonstrates impairments in balance and thus anincreased risk for falls. This affects the both static balance and dynamic balance, but static balance is moreaffected. Balance training is considered to be a v...