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Monthly Archives: September 2016

Insulin absorption in lipohypertrophy is poor

30th September 2016

A new study has confirmed people with type 1 diabetes do not absorb insulin effectively when injecting into lipohypertrophy (LH). The Glucose Clamp study, was conducted by Famulla et al, which ...

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Risk score translated into more languages

23rd September 2016

A risk score to identify people who are likely to develop type 2 diabetes has been translated into two further languages. The part NIHR-funded Leicester Risk Score – which is recommended by ...

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Study shows Xultophy boosts glycaemic targets

21st September 2016

Adults with type 2 diabetes treated with Xultophy® (insulin degludec/liraglutide) are up to 4.5 times more likely to achieve glycaemic targets without hypoglycaemia and weight gain, research has ...

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Dieticians and diabetes nurses inspired

21st September 2016

The next generation of diabetes leaders learned a new range of invaluable skills at a leadership programme staged at the Leicester Diabetes Centre (LDC). More than 20 diabetes specialist nurses ...

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Pre-eclampsia and diabetes link found

21st September 2016

A link between pre-eclampsia in pregnancy and the development of diabetes in later life has been found in a new study. The condition, which results in high blood pressure and protein in the ...

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Type 1 video resource website launches

21st September 2016

A video resource website aimed to help young people and their families manage their type 1 diabetes better has been launched. DigiBete has been created in partnership with the diabetes team at ...

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