Endocrinology

Review: Diabetes and Bone

23 May, 2019 | 13:13h | UTC

Recent advances in diabetes treatments and their perioperative implications – Current Opinion in Anesthesiology (free)

Source: Critical Care Reviews Newsletter

“Sulfonylureas and SGLT2i should be ceased before moderate or major surgery. Other oral antihyperglycemic therapies may be continued or ceased.

 


Efficacy of population‐wide diabetes and obesity prevention programs: An overview of systematic reviews on proximal, intermediate, and distal outcomes and a meta‐analysis of impact on BMI – Obesity Reviews (free)

 

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Clinical Management of Intermittent Fasting in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus – Nutrients (free)

The authors acknowledge the almost non-existent evidence on this issue and suggest practical recommendations for the care of these patients.

 


Latest Updates on Lipid Management

21 Apr, 2019 | 21:14h | UTC

Thyrotoxicosis: Diagnosis and Management

26 Mar, 2019 | 01:43h | UTC

Review: Glucose Control in the ICU

6 Mar, 2019 | 01:27h | UTC

Incidence of sight‐threatening diabetic retinopathy in people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus and numbers needed to screen: a systematic review – Diabetic Medicine (free PDF)

Commentary: How often should patients with T2D be screened for retinopathy? – Univadis (free registration required)

Related: Evidence‐based Guidelines for Screening of Diabetic Retinopathy (free)

“This review supports lengthening of the screening interval of patients with Type 2 diabetes without retinopathy at last screening session”

 


Worldwide Dyslipidemia Guidelines

4 Feb, 2019 | 22:32h | UTC

Evidence‐based Danish guidelines for screening of diabetic retinopathy – Acta Ophthalmologica (free)

“There is solid evidence to support a flexible, individualized screening regimen. In particular, it is possible to prolong screening intervals to 24–48 months for patients with no or mild nonproliferative diabetic retinopathy”.

 


ADA 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes (free supplement)

News Release: Patient-centered Care is the Focus and Priority of the 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes, Published Today by the American Diabetes Association (free)

Summary of Revisions: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2019 (free)

See also: Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2019 Abridged for Primary Care Providers (free PDF)

 

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