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04-19-2022 | Older adults | News

Sustained benefits of CGM in older people with type 1 diabetes

Follow-up results from the WISDM trial show that extended use of continuous glucose monitoring leads to reduced hypoglycemia without increasing hyperglycemia risk in older people with type 1 diabetes.

03-11-2022 | Insulin pumps | News

Insulin pump infusion set failures most common in youngest users

Insulin pump infusion set failures that result in prolonged hyperglycemia occur an average of four times per year per user and are more common in children and adolescents than adults, US study findings indicate.

01-19-2022 | Artificial pancreas systems | News

Closed-loop benefits differ with high or low baseline HbA1c

Researchers find that the type of benefits people with type 1 diabetes gain from hybrid closed-loop insulin delivery differs according to their baseline glycemic control.

04-15-2021 | Hyperglycemia | News

Hyperglycemia aversiveness linked to increased hypoglycemia exposure

People with type 1 diabetes who are “hyperglycemia aversive” reduce their hyperglycemia exposure at the cost of increased hypoglycemia and, potentially, reduced hypoglycemia awareness, research suggests.

11-13-2020 | Disordered eating | News

Very high blood glucose may hint at disordered eating in type 1 diabetes

Women with type 1 diabetes and a history of disordered eating spend markedly more time in level 2 hyperglycemia than women without eating disorders, show the results of a small continuous glucose monitoring study.

10-30-2020 | COVID-19 | News

Diabetes does not impair COVID-19 antibody response

The humoral immune response to SARS-CoV-2 infection is similar in people with and without diabetes and is not influenced by hyperglycemia, research suggests.

07-20-2020 | Flash glucose monitoring | News

More evidence for acute complication reduction with real-world flash glucose monitoring

UK audit data confirm multiple benefits linked to real-world use of flash glucose monitoring including reduced paramedic callouts and hospital admissions for acute diabetes complications.

07-03-2020 | Physical activity | News

Fructose boost may alleviate type 1 diabetes exercise-induced hypoglycemia risk

Consuming a single shot of fructose prior to exercise is a feasible strategy to reduce the risk for exercise-induced hypoglycemia among men with type 1 diabetes treated with insulin degludec, suggest findings from a proof-of-concept study.

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