New developments in the oral therapy of diabetes mellitus

[symposium], Utrecht, December 18th 1979, The Netherlands
  • 69 Pages
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  • English

Boehringer , Ingelheim am Rhein
Diabetes -- Oral therapy -- Congr
Statementarranged by Boehringer Ingelheim ; edited by H. Pieterse, K.G. Klarenbeek.
ContributionsKlarenbeek, K. G., Pieterse, H.
LC ClassificationsRC661A1 N48
The Physical Object
Pagination69 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19702922M
ISBN 109080001511

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INTRODUCTION. The prevalence of diabetes is increasing throughout the world. The International Diabetes Federation estimated million people had diabetes in and is expected rise to million by [] Though type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) accounts for % of diabetes, the prevalence of T1DM has increased by % in certain parts of Europe and USA.[1,2] Thus, diabetes.

Diabetes mellitus is a common chronic disorder, which is increasing in prevalence on a global scale. Insulin replacement therapy is required for all people with Type 1 diabetes and for many with. Professor Carole Longson, director of the NICE Centre for Health Technology Evaluation, said: “Type 2 diabetes is long-term condition that has a serious impact on people who live with it, and the treatments given should be tailored for the individual.

“For many people whose blood glucose levels aren’t controlled by diet and exercise alone, metformin is the first drug treatment that they. Patients with type 1 diabetes mellitus (DM) require lifelong insulin therapy.

Most require 2 or more injections of insulin daily, with doses adjusted on the basis of self-monitoring of blood glucose levels.

Long-term management requires a multidisciplinary approach that includes physicians, nurses, dietitians, and selected specialists.

Five to ten percent of patients with diabetes mellitus in the United States suffer from type 1 diabetes: approximately million people.

Type 1 diabetes occurs when there is no insulin production from the beta cells of the pancreas and has often been associated with younger patients and thin body habitus.

Type 2 diabetes, often linked with obesity, is associated with impaired insulin Cited by: 2. Diabetes Treatment New diabetic Developments body with their weight to avoid the problem of diabetes because the chronic diabetes may also lead to other complicated disease such as heart and kidney disease.

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See the image below. Simplified scheme for the pathophysiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus. Abstract. Diabetes mellitus is an increasingly common condition characterized by hyperglycemia caused by varying degrees of destruction and/or dysfunction of the pancreatic islets causing complete or near-complete loss (as in type 1 diabetes) or insufficient (as in type 2 diabetes) insulin by: 2.

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