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AI technology could prevent thousands of diabetes-related limb amputations

Using artificial intelligence (AI) technology for data analysis could prevent thousands of diabetic patients from having to undergo limb amputations, new research has demonstrated. A...
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Artificial pancreas trialled in Type 2 diabetes patients

An artificial pancreas, managed with an app, has been trialled for the first time in people with Type 2 diabetes requiring kidney dialysis. Researchers from...
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Low glycaemic diet improves blood sugar levels in diabetics

Following a low glycaemic diet can provide additional benefits to drug or insulin therapy for controlling diabetes, new research has suggested. A study published in...
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AI tool reveals link between blood glucose and severe COVID-19

By using an artificial intelligence (AI) tool, scientists have found that blood glucose levels play a key role in the severity of COVID-19. A research...
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Diabetes care needs to be accessible and affordable

Todd Boudreaux, from Beyond Type 1, discusses the significant disparities in access to medication and care for diabetes patients. It is estimated that approximately 463...
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Project launched to create Type 3c diabetes blood test

A new research partnership has been launched with the aim of developing a blood test to detect Type 3c diabetes. The University of Liverpool has...
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Antacids may improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes

Antacids can improve blood sugar control in people with diabetes, new research has demonstrated. In a recent meta-analysis, researchers found that the use of antacids...
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Gestational diabetes increases risk of foetal hypoxia during labour

A mother’s gestational diabetes is linked to an increased risk of foetal hypoxia and further complications following birth, new research has found. Foetal hypoxia is...
Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation discusses managing diabetes

Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation discusses managing diabetes

Experts from the Diabetes Research & Wellness Foundation explore issues around diabetes prevention and treatment. There are currently 3.4 million people with Type 2 diabetes...
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Kidney disease rates high in diabetic adults, study finds

Diabetes is linked to high rates of kidney disease in adults, the results of a recent study have demonstrated. Academics from the National University of...
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Low-cost sensor insoles can detect risk of diabetic foot ulcers

A new low-cost method, using 3D-printed structures, has been developed by scientists to help prevent diabetic foot ulcers. Researchers from the Centre for Biomechanics and...
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Diabetes diet also reduces blood pressure and need for medication

Following a weight loss diet to manage Type 2 diabetes can also lower blood pressure and reduce the need for medication, research has found. New...
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Pandemic sees increase in missed or delayed Type 2 diabetes diagnoses

A Type 2 diabetes diagnosis was missed or delayed for around 60,000 UK people in 2020, researchers investigating COVID-19's impact on the NHS have...
Landmark study identifies cellular culprit for Type 1 diabetes

Landmark study identifies cellular culprit for Type 1 diabetes

A landmark study has mapped the genetic underpinning for Type 1 diabetes, enabling the identification of a predictive causal role for specific cell types...
Prioritising diabetes through united, interdisciplinary care

Prioritising diabetes through united, interdisciplinary care

Anne-Marie Felton, President of the Foundation of European Nurses in Diabetes tells HEQ about the importance of cohesive diabetes care. More people than ever are...
From the world’s first micro insulin pump to automated insulin delivery

From the world’s first micro insulin pump to automated insulin delivery

Swiss company Ypsomed is committed to driving innovation in diabetes treatment. Innovation, reliability, and design have always been characteristic traits of Swiss company Ypsomed and...
Clinical trial launched for Type 1 Diabetes medication

Clinical trial launched for Type 1 Diabetes medication

A Phase II clinical trial that will test the efficacy of a medication for Type 1 Diabetes has been initiated. Adocia, a clinical stage biopharmaceutical...
Clinical trial to test treatment for recent onset Type 1 Diabetes

Clinical trial to test treatment for recent onset Type 1 Diabetes

A clinical trial will test the efficacy of the treatment IMCY-0098 in patients with recent onset Type 1 Diabetes. Imcyse, a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company pioneering...
The advantages of insulin pump therapy in diabetes care

The advantages of insulin pump therapy in diabetes care

Diabetes care specialists, Ypsomed outline the advantages of insulin pump therapy for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Insulin plays a key role...

Innovative drug delivery devices to increase the quality of life of diabetic patients

Ypsomed’s innovative mylife Diabetescare offers patients, pharmacies, and clinics access to high-quality, and reliable drug delivery devices for those living with diabetes. Ypsomed creates drug...

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