Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Does higher quality of primary healthcare reduce hospital admissions for diabetes complications? A national observational study

After controlling for population factors, better scheduled primary care access and glycaemic control were associated with lower hospital admission rates across most complications (Diabetic Medicine)

Factors associated with statin treatment for the primary prevention of cardiovascular disease in people within 2 years following diagnosis of diabetes in Scotland, 2006–2008

Approximately one third of the study population had no record of statin prescription during the 2 years after diagnosis of diabetes. Cardiovascular disease risk reduction opportunities may be missed in some of these people (Diabetic Medicine)

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