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Background: We recently demonstrated concomitant increases in skin blood flow and nitric oxide (NO) production in young healthy adults in response to externally applied vibration of the forearm. Research has shown that adults with type 2 diabetes exhibit depressed NO production and vascular...
Background: We associated regularity in visits to a diabetes clinic with the presence of diabetic retinopathy (DR) and visual disabilities. Methods: This historical cohort study was conducted in 2004. The physician reported details of diabetes mellitus (DM), hypertension, and other illness. The...
Background: A 16-week, two-site study evaluated outcomes for a new device (the Paradigm ® 722 System, Medtronic MiniMed, Northridge, CA) that combines a “smart” continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion (CSII) pump with real-time (RT) continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) and CareLink™ data...
Background: The use of rapid-acting insulin analogs and regular insulin differs considerably in countries throughout the world. We therefore studied how glycemic control has been affected by using insulin lispro in clinical practice over 5 years in 14 hospitals in Sweden. Methods: We used a time...
Background: In this study we sought to validate urinary biomarkers for diabetes and two common complications, coronary artery disease (CAD) and diabetic nephropathy (DN). Methods: A CAD score calculated by summing the product of a classification coefficient and signal amplitude of 15 urinary...
Background: This study was designed to assess the accuracy, reliability, and contribution to clinical decision-making of two commercially available continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices using a novel analytical approach. Study design: Eleven individuals with type 1 diabetes and five with...
Background: Our objective was to evaluate the accuracy and safety of a real-time (RT) continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS) in patients before and after cardiothoracic surgery and to investigate whether activation of the alarm function of the RT-CGMS had an effect on glucose control....
Background: Glucose effectiveness ( S g ) is an important component in glucose tolerance. Values of S g using “open loop” glucose kinetic computer programs are usually higher compared to closed loop method (CLM) programs that incorporate insulin secretion modeling. We aimed to test whether...
Background: Widespread use of carbohydrate (CHO) counting is limited by its complex educational needs, but a telemedicine system could simplify the patients' training. Methods: The Diabetes Interactive Diary (DID) was set up on patients' mobile phones and allowed to record the blood glucose...
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