Education Can Help Mitigate Parental Concern Over Flu Vaccination for Children With DiabetesJuly 1st 2021
Educating families to alleviate fear in pediatric populations regarding the flu vaccine will improve the vaccination rate and protect high-risk children. Due to the negative effects of the flu in children with diabetes, it is vital that at-risk youth be vaccinated.
Blood Glucose Levels Not A Significant Predictor of Death for ICU Patients With COVID-19July 1st 2021
Study results showed there was no significant correlation between blood glucose levels and mortality or the rate of stay in intensive care units of hospitals for sick patients with diabetes, pneumonia, and COVID-19.
Study: Efficacy and Safety of Omnipod 5 Automated Insulin Delivery System in Young Children With Type 1 DiabetesJune 29th 2021
At the virtual Scientific Sessions for the American Diabetes Association, Jennifer Sherr, MD, discussed the findings of a study of the Omnipod 5 automated insulin delivery system in very young children with type 1 diabetes.
Flash Glucose Monitoring Vs Self-Monitoring in Diabetic Chronic Kidney DiseaseJune 27th 2021
A study presented at the American Diabetes Association Virtual 81st Scientific Sessions compared flash glucose monitoring with self-monitoring of blood glucose in patients with diabetes and moderate-to-advanced chronic kidney disease.
Physician-Pharmacist Collaboration Can Improve Diabetes Outcomes in Rural PopulationsJune 25th 2021
A poster presented at the American Diabetes Association Virtual 81st Scientific Sessions highlighted the effect of a physician-pharmacist collaborative management team in diabetes preventative care services.
Greater Satisfaction Reported With Extended-Wear Insulin Infusion Set for Type 1 DiabetesJune 25th 2021
A study presented during a poster session at the American Diabetes Association Virtual 81st Scientific Sessions evaluated performance, safety, and satisfaction of an extended-wear insulin infusion set in patients with type 1 diabetes.
NYC-Based Study Improves A1c Levels in Poverty Areas With High Diabetes PrevalenceJune 19th 2020
In response to the study, the NYC Department of Health is pursuing large-scale implementation of this approach, targeting diabetes hot spots across the city through public health messaging, mailed print materials, and Care Calls.
Study Gauges Attitudes Toward Glucagon Delivery Devices for Rescue Treatment of Severe HypoglycemiaJune 15th 2020
A study presented during the American Diabetes Association 80th Scientific Sessions focused on assessing preference and attitudes from patients with diabetes, their caregivers, and acquaintances.
Technology-Enhanced Insulin Education by Pharmacists Prior to Hospital Discharge Boosts Patient ConfidenceJune 13th 2020
A poster presented at ADA’s 80th Scientific Sessions examines the effects of interactive pharmacist insulin teaching for patients with diabetes prior to hospital discharge.
Telehealth Program Enhances Engagement, Glycemic Control in Rural Patients With DiabetesJune 13th 2020
Presented during ADA’s 80th Scientific Sessions, results from an analysis of a 6-month telehealth intervention showed sustained improvements in glycemic control in patients with diabetes.