Hyperglycemia in the hospital is associated with increased morbidity such as higher rates of infection and cardiac events. Cleveland Clinic endocrinologists are working to reduce the risks.
Because of complications related to diagnosis and management of subclinical Cushing’s syndrome, close monitoring of patients is essential.
Hospitals seeking to undertake a self-management approach to diabetes care need to draft clear institutional policies. A closer look at results of a Cleveland Clinic study.
Transitioning patients from IV to subcutaneous insulin is a risky time for patients in the hospital. Endocrinology and Medical ICU team up to take a closer look at why.
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A Cleveland Clinic study reveals a mechanism that rapidly destroys high-density lipoprotein (HDL) in people with Type 2 diabetes, negating cardiovascular protections.
Today, one in four people age 65 and older has diabetes, according to the American Diabetes Association. Diabetes Educator Melissa Matteo, RD, sees many geriatric patients. Here, she provides insight on diet and food/medication interactions for older patients with diabetes.
Six percent of Americans have both chronic kidney disease and metabolic syndrome. A Cleveland Clinic study looks for associations among metabolic syndrome, end stage renal disease and death.