ORLANDO – This development could help prevent autonomic failure in T1DM patients.
ORLANDO – Noncritical patients tolerated automated devices and had fewer clinically significant hypoglycemic events.
Incidents of severe hypoglycemia dropped by 41% after system was put into place to warn doctors.
The findings of a new study of critically ill patients challenge current guidelines on the use of intensive insulin therapy.
Can a clinical tool be developed to predict severe hypoglycemia in at-risk patients with type 2 diabetes (T2D)?
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Early results from pilot study impress researchers.
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SHM’s eQUIPS program supports the development and implementation of glycemic control programs at hospitals nationwide.
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There is a fine line between endocrine system compensation and decompensation, according to an expert who shared tips for treating acute endocrine...