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SGLT2i-associated DKA flagged up in study

SGLT2i-associated DKA may not be limited to any particular “demographic or comorbid subpopulation”, according to a study.

The research, published in Diabetologia, also suggested the serious complication could “occur at any duration” during use of the type 2 diabetes drug. To read more, click here.

Rise in hypo hospital visits in England

Episodes of hypoglycaemia resulting in admission to hospital rose by almost four per cent a year over a 15-year period in adults with type 1 diabetes, a study has found. To read more, click here.

Study unveils insulin pump and injection comparison

Insulin pumps do not achieve better blood glucose control compared to multiple daily injections, according to a study. To read more, click here.

Medication and kidney failure guidance released

Prescribing guidance for type 2 diabetes and renal impairments has been published by Trend UK. To read more, click here.

Low carb diet ‘positive effect’ on type 2 diabetes

Following a low carbohydrate diet (LCD) can have a positive effect on glucose control in people with type 2 diabetes, according to research. To read more, click here.

Type 2 diabetes reversal ‘acceptable’ through very-low-energy diet says study

An 800-calorie diet is “feasible” in placing type 2 diabetes into remission, a study from Newcastle University has suggested.

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NINJABETIC – Going offline is good for the soul

It’s difficult to put into words how joining the Diabetes Online Community made me feel six years ago.

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