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Individualized approach to reduce CV risk in diabetes patients
 

Individualized approach to reduce CV risk in diabetes patients

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Glucose control must remain at the core of type 2 diabetes (T2D) management but requires an individualized approach to help reduce cardiovascular (CV) events, according to data presented at the ASEAN Federation of Cardiology Congress (AFCC) 2016 held recently in Yangon, Myanmar.
 
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22 Oct 2016 - General
 
Priscilla Mae Gobuyan The article states the personalized approach for controlling cardiovascular disease in diabetic patients by which we can eable patient to reduce the attack of CcV diseases and care should be taken in order to provide right treatment. These views helpful in real world to control complicatory diseases and can increase mortality rate by continuous monitoring. Thanking you for sharing a nice art...
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Like personalized nutrition, individualized glycemic control is vital in managing type 2 diabetes. Diabetes-related cardiovascular events’ management requires effective glucose control to avoid acute complications such as dehydration, osmolarity, and infections that arise due to chronic hyperglycemia. An individualized approach is necessary to control the daily sugar intake to prevent the devastating effects of diabetes such as microvascular and macrovascular complications. Although it is hard b...
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Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 or otherwise known as the adult onset dm is a metabolic disorder characterized by a high sugar levels due to the bodies lack of insulin level. I can no longer but agree with what is being stated in the article that no one size fits all. Every condition is considered to be unique to each individual suffering from it thus it needed a particular treatment. Patients can go their endocrinologist to talk about their history, signs and symptoms so that individual patient care s...
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