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In the House: How Inpatient Diabetes Teams Can Improve Patient Outcomes and Reduce Costs

Becoming more common in academic institutions, diabetes management teams can play an important role in community hospitals by reducing lengths of stay and readmissions. Evidence continues to mount that focusing on patients’ diabetes through inpatient management services when they are in the hospital for other conditions pays dividends in lowering re-admissions and short-term mortality —...
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FDA Approves First Treatment for Severe Hypoglycemia That Can Be Administered without an Injection

BAQSIMI Product Photo - Final In July, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved a nasal powder glucagon therapy for the emergency treatment of severe hypoglycemia that can be administered without an injection. Eli Lilly and Company is marketing the drug as Baqsimi. The therapy has been approved to treat severe hypoglycemia in patients with diabetes ages four and older....
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CEU Preview: Challenging Cases in Lipid Management with Lisa Tannock, MD

Tannock June 2019 Next month, the Endocrine Society’s Clinical Endocrinology Update will kick off in Miami, during which attendees will hear about the latest breakthroughs in patient care, as well as those cases that may prove difficult for clinicians. One such session is Lisa Tannock’s Meet-the-Professor presentation on Thursday, September 5, titled “Challenging Cases in Lipid Management.” Cardiovascular...