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Diabetic Medicine

Print ISSN
0742-3071
Electronic ISSN
1464-5491
Impact factor
3.036
Publisher
wiley
URL
http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/(ISSN)1464-5491
Usage rank
700
Article count
6017
Free count
100
Free percentage
0.0166196
PDFs via platforms
Rcgp, Gale, CSA, Wiley, Ingenta, Ovid from 2001, and Proquest

  1. The influence of family history of diabetes on disease prevalence and associated metabolic risk factors among Sri Lankan adults.

    Diabetic Medicine 32(3):314 (2015) PMID 25251687

    To describe the influence of family history on diabetes prevalence and associated metabolic risk factors in a nationally representative sample from Sri Lanka. A cross sectional national survey was conducted among 5000 adults in Sri Lanka. Family history was evaluated at three levels: (1) parents, (2...
  2. Comment on 'A justification for less restrictive guidelines on the use of metformin in stable chronic renal failure'.

    Diabetic Medicine 32(2):287 (2015) PMID 25385279

  3. The implementation of nutritional advice for people with diabetes.

    Diabetic Medicine 20(10):783 (2003) PMID 14510858

  4. Positive association of free triiodothyronine with pancreatic β-cell function in people with prediabetes.

    Diabetic Medicine 32(2):213 (2015) PMID 25255697

    To analyse the effects of thyroid hormones on β-cell function and glucose metabolism in people with prediabetes who are euthyroid. A total of 111 people who were euthyroid underwent 75-g oral glucose tolerance tests, of whom 52 were assigned to the normal glucose tolerance and 59 to the prediabetes...
  5. Association between the extent of urinary albumin excretion and glycaemic variability indices measured by continuous glucose monitoring.

    Diabetic Medicine 32(2):274 (2015) PMID 25307609

    We examined whether there is an independent association between indices of glycaemic variability in continuous glucose monitoring and extent of albuminuria. A total of 173 patients with Type 2 diabetes (without insulin therapy, n = 96; with insulin therapy, n = 77) who had unexplained large fluctuat...
  6. Cost of diabetic foot disease to the National Health Service in England.

    Diabetic Medicine 31(12):1498 (2014) PMID 24984759

    We estimate that more than half this sum (£307 m) was spent on care for ulceration in primary and community settings. Of hospital admissions with recorded diabetes, 8.8% included ulcer care or amputation. Regression analysis suggests that foot disease was associated with a 2.51-fold (95% CI 2.43-2.5...
  7. What factors influence concordance with medications? Findings from the U.K. Asian Diabetes study.

    Diabetic Medicine 31(12):1600 (2014) PMID 25073479

    To investigate concordance with medication, as assessed at baseline and at 1- and 2-year follow-up, and to examine factors associated with non-concordance in a UK-resident South-Asian population. Data from the UK Asian Diabetes Study were analysed. Concordance with medications was assessed and recor...
  8. High prevalence in Malawi of sight-threatening retinopathy and visual impairment caused by diabetes: identification of population-specific t...

    Diabetic Medicine 31(12):1643 (2014) PMID 24823871 PMCID PMC4257078

    We report baseline data from a 24-month prospective cohort study. Subjects were systematically sampled from two hospital-based, primary care diabetes clinics. Visual acuity, glycaemic control, systolic blood pressure, HIV status, urine albumin-creatinine ratio, and haemoglobin and serum lipid levels...
  9. Increasing capacity to deliver diabetes self-management education: results of the DESMOND lay educator non-randomized controlled equivalence...

    Diabetic Medicine 31(11):1431 (2014) PMID 24798205

    We conducted an equivalence trial with non-randomized participant allocation to a Diabetes Education and Self Management for Ongoing and Newly Diagnosed Type 2 diabetes (DESMOND) course, delivered in the standard format by two trained healthcare professional educators (to the control group) or by on...
  10. Molecular and clinical characterization of glucokinase maturity-onset diabetes of the young (GCK-MODY) in Japanese patients.

    Diabetic Medicine 31(11):1357 (2014) PMID 24804978

    We enrolled 78 Japanese patients with GCK-MODY from 41 families (55 probands diagnosed at the age of 0-14 years and their 23 adult family members). Mutations were identified by direct sequencing or multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification of all exons of the GCK gene. Detailed clinical and l...