Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Individualizing HbA1c targets for patients with diabetes: impact of an automated algorithm within a primary care network

Two automated targeted algorithms would reclassify one quarter to one third of patients from uncontrolled to controlled within a primary care network without differentially affecting vulnerable patient subgroups (Diabetic Medicine)

Percutaneous nephrolithotomy increases the risk of diabetes: A 5-year follow-up study

The present results suggest an association between patients with nephrolithiasis who undergo a percutaneous nephrolithotomy and a subsequent diabetes mellitus diagnosis (International Journal of Urology)

Comparison of gestational diabetes mellitus rates in women with increased and normal white blood cell counts in early pregnancy

Thai or other South-East Asian women with an increased WBC count in early pregnancy had a significantly higher rate of GDM than women having a normal WBC count. Our results demonstrate that WBC count is an independent risk factor for GDM (Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology Research)

Per capita sugar consumption and prevalence of diabetes mellitus – global and regional associations

These results indicate independent associations between DM prevalence rates and per capita sugar consumption both worldwide and with special regard to the Asian region (BMC Public Health)

Altered glucose metabolism rather than naive type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is related to vitamin D status in severe obesity

Given the inherent effect of obesity on vitamin D and glucose homeostasis, current data suggest a potential independent role for vitamin D in the regulation of glucose metabolism in a setting of obese patients previously unknown to harbour glucose metabolism abnormalities (Cardiovascular Diabetology)

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