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How to manage type 2 diabetes in medical and surgical patients in the hospital

Guilermo E Umpierez
Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 2011, 78 (6): 379-84
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Many patients admitted to the hospital have diabetes mellitus-diagnosed or undiagnosed-and others develop hyperglycemia from the stress of hospitalization. This paper discusses the prevalence, outcomes, and evidence for best management of hyperglycemia and diabetes in hospitalized patients outside the critical care setting.

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Amora Ribeiro wrote:

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Finally something about it. The sliding scale is the kind of thing you learn from others doctors without ever know how have it begun.

David Bihari wrote:

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Great paper on the management of hyperglycemia in hospitalised patients

Luis orlando Acosta Moreno. md Internista wrote:

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No es claro en que momento iniciar el uso de insulinas de acción prolongada como lantus o nph especialmente en pacientes que al ingreso tienen trauma, infeccion (no necesariamente sepsis) o un evento quirúrgico .
Me gustaría saber cual es la recomendación del autor de este excelente artículo

Nakedi Keetse wrote:

7

Very informative, thanks

Dominic Zarlengo wrote:

6

Very informative article. We saw a lot of these findings in a patient I helped care for this week.

davood moayed wrote:

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The best article I had ever read to control patients.thanks

denise schiavoni wrote:

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Most physicians are deterred by their patients who are type 2 diabetics who cringe at the word insulin. important to review with them that this type of insulin dosing not quite the same as type 1
They seem to need to know "they are not that bad"
I try to reassure them they will continue their oral medications and the basal insulin is merely an extra boost.

Pingsaymang Manpoong wrote:

5

Very helpful for young doctors

ajay gupta wrote:

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Very good article!

Wilfor Diaz wrote:

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Very helpful article

mohamed hussain wrote:

4

Knowledge is and always should be priceless.
Thank you for this great app that shares knowledge!

cool grili wrote:

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Excellent app. Medical information needs to be free, accessible to all as this helps in CME and better patient outcomes. Thanks for making this app.

rashid cheema wrote:

3

Very informative and helpful article

Francisco S Rosas MD wrote:

3

Very good and helpful study, outstanding

Fausto martin Rosey peña wrote:

2

Excellent

rifqi hidayat wrote:

2

Great

Ilay Berke wrote:

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Thank you for this really beneficial report :)

juarez dutra wrote:

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Ótimo artigo, muito elucidativo!

pablo soto wrote:

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Excelente.

Irfan Hamdani wrote:

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Exelent article !!!

Fernando Campusano wrote:

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Espectacular!!! I love reading articles like This one, short and useful

Francisco Bermúdez wrote:

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Excelente artículo. Muy práctico. Gracias

diego brosio wrote:

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Excelente

Isaac Busayo ABIOLA wrote:

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Another eye opening to mgt of DM

Kailash Garg wrote:

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Should pharmacotherapy be given in patients with Impaired Glucose tolerance

Paula Castro Salgado wrote:

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I found the paper very useful and easy to understand.

eric fuentes wrote:

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Excellent

vanessa ocampo wrote:

1

Excellent ! Very helpful. Thanks

Eduardo Lucas Mora wrote:

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Buen artículo y aclara muchos aspectos sobre esta deficiencia

ramon medina wrote:

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Buen artículo!

Jose Geraldo Castellucci wrote:

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Muito bom! Ratifica as orientações da SBD para controle glicemico do paciente hospitalizado!

ana alguacil wrote:

1

Excelente

Aura Ruiz wrote:

1

Good one!

roberto proano wrote:

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Excelent article

Ali Almrai wrote:

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Thank you, it's very helpful

Mustafa AbdelHamid wrote:

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This is a great paper. I used to get confused what should be used until I read it. Thank you

Karolina Waga wrote:

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Great article . Information I was looking for.

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