This study sought to investigate clinical outcomes associated with left atrial appendage occlusion (LAAO) versus direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) in patients with high-risk atrial fibrillation (AF)
The first study to identify Indigenous language as a protective factor against diabetes
The study demonstrated promising reconstructive and functional outcomes following FTT for recalcitrant DFUs.
This trial has provided the first evidence of P1NP elevation in DFO compared to diabetic foot ulcers not complicated by osteomyelitis.
Current evidence points toward stem cell therapy as an effective treatment for human patients with DFU.
Controlling glucose parameters during the course of hospital admission is associated with shorter length of hospital admission, lower 30-day mortality, and lower 1-year mortality.
Patients who are seemingly well controlled with diet, exercise, and medical therapy, even those with normal FPG and HbA1c could have uncontrolled PPHG. The combination of improved detection and monitoring of PPHG along with effective medications may help to establish optimal glycemic control thereby reducing diabetic complications.
A special care in the identification of UC-RHTN patients (including its extreme phenotype, RfHTN) might lead to a better understanding and treatment of this harder-to-control RHTN subgroup.
The complex network of reciprocal interconnections between the heart and the main biological systems provides a new vision of cardiovascular science based on psychoneuroendocrineimmunology.
The increased activity of G6PD in type 2 diabetics is associated with dyslipidemia resulting in failure of lipid homeostasis