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Pharmacological Treatments for Diabetes: An Update
In recent years more oral antihyperglycemic agents have become available to better manage diabetes, and there are many pharmacological therapies currently in development.

Clinical Reviews

Bradley J Macintosh PhD et al.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus is increasingly common, and previously unrecognized complications are emerging...
Joe M. Chehade et al.
Over the past decade, eight classes of drugs have been used to treat diabetes; however, insulin remains the most effective and least costly treatment for older adults.
Ali A. Rizvi
Recent therapeutic advances have seen the emergence of several oral agents for type 2 diabetes, providing an opportunity for better management of the disease.
Barry J. Goldlist MD, FRCPC, FACP, AGSF
Research into the management of diabetes seems to be accelerating every year, and the large number of new treatment options makes it difficult for the average physician to keep up.
Carla Miller
Self-management education and counselling regarding diet and physical activity can improve weight, blood glucose, and lipid levels, and blood pressure control among older adults with type 2 diabetes.
Ajay Sood et al.
Glycemic goals and the decision to intensify glycemic control among older adults with diabetes must be individualized based on comorbid conditions and the risks associated with treatment.
Graydon Meneilly
La British Geriatrics Society, en association avec la European Association for the Study of Diabetes, a fixé deux séries d'objectifs thérapeutiques pour les personnes âgées.
Graydon Meneilly
The British Geriatrics Society, in conjunction with the European Association for the Study of Diabetes, established two sets of therapeutic goals for older people, the first of which applies to healthy, active older persons with diabetes.
Alissa R. Segal et al.
The aging of the population and increasing prevalence of diabetes are worldwide phenomena that require a better focus on challenges of diabetes management in older adults.
David Wan et al.
Mr. L was a 75-year-old man who presented in April 2007 with a one-month history of multiple discrete ulcerative lesions on his extremities, his trunk, and in his mouth.
Jeremy Gilbert
Diabetes is a very common condition, especially among older adults. There are numerous benefits associated with improved glycemic control.
Barry J. Goldlist MD, FRCPC, FACP, AGSF
The rise in obesity and the aging of the population has resulted in a staggering increase in the prevalence of Type II Diabetes Mellitus (DMII).