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"Excellent (5/5) - The editor and the reviewers assessed my manuscript in a very efficient and yet thorough manner. The communication was all very clear throughout the process." Anonymous Review on SciRev.sc View Theme View All Themes Background: Personalized blood glucose (BG) prediction for diabetes patients is an important goal that is pursued by many researchers worldwide. Despite many proposals, only a few projects are dedicated to the development of complete recommender system infrastructures that incorporate BG prediction algorithms for diabetes patients. The development and implementation of such a system aided by mobile technology is of particular interest to patients with gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), especially considering the significant importance of quickly achieving adequate BG control for these patients in a short period (ie, during pregnancy) and a typically higher acceptance rate for mobile health (mHealth) solutions for short- to midterm usage. Objective: This study was conducted with the objective of developing infrastructure comprising data processing algorithms, BG prediction models, and an appropriate mobile app for patients’ electronic record management to guide BG prediction-based personalized recommendations for patients with GDM. Methods: A mobile app for electronic diary management was developed along with data exchange and continuous BG signal processing software. Both components were coupled to obtain the necessary data for use in the personalized BG prediction system. Necessary data on meals, BG measurements, and other events were collected via the implemented mobile app and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) system processing software. These data were used to tune and evaluate the BG prediction model, which included an algorithm Continue reading >>

Sabinet | South African Journal Of Diabetes And Vascular Disease

Sabinet | South African Journal Of Diabetes And Vascular Disease

South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease The South African Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease is published four times a year for Clinics-Cardive Publishing Co. by Martingraphix and printed by Durbanville Commercial printers. Articles in this journal are sourced as per agreement with the British Journal of Diabetes and Vascular Disease. Innovation needed to provide all citizens of South Africa with essential healthcare Prediabetes intervention cuts cardiovascular risk Rooibos could reduce risk of type 3 diabetes: a precursor to Alzheimers disease Placing diabetes management firmly on the table Background: The objectives of this study were to assess the prevalence of obesity in Dakar and in Tessekere, a rural municipality in northern Senegal, and to compare ideal body size between these populations. Methods: A cross-sectional survey was carried out in 2015 on a representative sample of 1 000 adults, aged 20 years and older in Dakar, and 500 adults of the same age in Tessekere. Results: The prevalence of obesity and overweight was higher in Dakar than in Tessekere. However, overweight and obesity rates of young women living in this rural area were close to those of young women in Dakar. At a body mass index of 27.5 kg/m, less than 40% of the men in Dakar and Tessekere found themselves too fat, compared to 50% of urban women and 30% of rural women. Conclusion: This study explains how and why obesity is becoming a rural health problem in Senegal. Aim: Melatonin supplementation reduces insulin resistance and protects the heart in obese rats. However, its role in myocardial glucose uptake remains unknown. This study investigated the effect of short-term melatonin treatment on glucose uptake by cardiomy Continue reading >>

Journal Of Diabetes And Endocrine Practice On Web:: Online Manuscript Submission And Processing

Journal Of Diabetes And Endocrine Practice On Web:: Online Manuscript Submission And Processing

Wolters Kluwer, in partnership with Editage, offers a unique range of editorial services to help you prepare a submission-ready manuscript: For more information regarding Wolters Kluwer Author Services, please visit Premium Editing:Intensive language and structural editing of academic papers to increase chances of journal acceptance. Advanced Editing:A complete language, grammar, and terminology check to give you a publication-ready manuscript. Translation with Editing:Write your paper in your native language and Wolters Kluwer Author Services will translate it into English, as well as edit it to ensure that it meets international publication standards. Plagiarism Check:Helps ensure that your manuscript contains no instances of unintentional plagiarism. Artwork Preparation:Save precious time and effort by ensuring that your artwork is viewed favorably by the journal without you having to incur the additional cost of purchasing special graphics software. Please note: You can login from the 'HOME' tab Journal on Web is an online manuscript processing system which allows you to submit articles and track their progress up to the proof stage. This secure and easy to use service streamlines the uploading, reviewing and editing of medical manuscripts. Journal on Web enables manuscripts to be received and processed remotely by editors and reviewers from any computer at any time. With built in mobile and email alerts as well as reference and plagiarism checking tools, Journal on Web drastically decreases time spent on processing and peer-reviewing submitted manuscripts. Manuscripts can be received and processed any time and from anywhere Authors, Editors and reviewers can work from any PC Decreased time in peer review and processing of submitted manuscripts Reference checking a Continue reading >>

Diabetes Therapy - Springer

Diabetes Therapy - Springer

Research, treatment and education of diabetes and related disorders ISSN: 1869-6953 (Print) 1869-6961 (Online) Diabetes Therapy is an international, open access, peer-reviewed, rapid publication journal (peer review in 2 weeks, published 34 weeks from acceptance). The journal is dedicated to the publication of high quality clinical (all phases), observational, real-world, and health outcomes research around the discovery, development, and use of diabetes therapies. Studies relating to diagnosis, devices and diabetes technology, pharmacoeconomics, public health and epidemiology, quality of life, and patient care, management, and education are also encouraged. The journal is of interest to a broad audience of pharmaceutical and healthcare professionals and publishes original research, reviews, case reports, and short communications. The journal appeals to a global audience and receives submissions from all over the world. Articles published inDiabetes Therapymay be accompanied by lay-level summaries, to assist patients (and caregivers) in understanding important medical advances. Moving forward from traditional publishing, Diabetes Therapy offersa range of additional enhanced features designed to increase visibility, readership, and the educational value of the content. Each paper is accompanied by a bulleted Summary slide, giving a time-efficient overview of the content to a wide readership. Articles also have the option to include various other types of enhanced features including slide sets, videos and animations. All enhanced features are open access and are peer reviewed to the same high standard as the article itself. Diabetes Therapy is published under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License, which allows users to read, copy, distribute, and make de Continue reading >>

Clinical Diabetes And Endocrinology

Clinical Diabetes And Endocrinology

Featured case report: Subcutaneous glucagon infusion and continuous glucose monitoring enable effective management of hypoglycemia in a patient with IGF-2-producing hemangiopericytoma In this article, Buras, Weatherup and Wyckoff report an unusual case ofhypoglycemia causedby anIGF-2-producing hemangiopericytoma. They describe a novel glycemicmanagement strategy for this condition including subcutaneous glucagon delivery through an insulin pump, plus use of a continuous glucose monitoring system (CGMS). In the case at hand, this approach effectively mitigated severe hypoglycemia while enabling the patient to be weaned off of high-dose glucocorticoids. Call for Papers: Diabetes and Eating Disorders a complex co-morbidity Recent clinical epidemiologic studies have identified a high co-occurrence rate of diabetes and eating disorders with consequent increased morbidity - revealing poor diabetes control as a major contributing factor for people with this comorbidity. In this joint thematic series by Journal of Eating Disorders and Clinical Diabetes and Endocrinology , we will consider research exploring all aspects of both Type I and Type II diabetes and eating disorders - the editors especially welcome submissions that address patient management. Submissions close 1 May 2018. Edited by: Prof Meng Tan and Dr Paul Copeland Authors: Pearl G. Lee, Jinkyung Ha, Caroline S. Blaum, Kimberlee Gretebeck and Neil B. Alexander Authors: Melis Sahinoz, Shafaq Khairi, Ashley Cuttitta, Graham F. Brady, Amit Rupani, Rasimcan Meral, Marwan K. Tayeh, Peedikayil Thomas, Meredith Riebschleger, Sandra Camelo-Piragua, Jeffrey W. Innis, M. Bishr Omary, Daniel E. Michele and Elif A. Oral Authors: Roseanne O. Yeung, Jing-Heng Cai, Yuying Zhang, Andrea O. Luk, Jun-Hao Pan, Junmei Yin, Risa Ozaki, Continue reading >>

Journal Of Diabetes & Metabolism

Journal Of Diabetes & Metabolism

The Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism is an open access publication that features scientific works of considerable significance and impact in all fields of Diabetes research such as: Type 1 Diabetes, Type 2 Diabetes, Gestational Diabetes, Monogenic Diabetes, and cystic fibrosis-related diabetes, Latent autoimmune diabetes of adults (LADA), Diabetic Neuropathy, Diabetic Retinopathy, Diabetic Nephropathy, Diabetic hypoglycemia, and Obesity. The scope of the journal is not just restricted to Diabetes alone; works related to endocrinology, genetics, physiology, or cardio-vascular diseases which are loosely associated with Diabetes are equally welcome. It is a boon for researchers and students who wish to be kept abreast of the latest advancements in the field of Diabetes, it would help them build on the current know-how. Business people, policy makers, journalists, and practitioners can also benefit from the works published in the journal. The journal is helmed by a highly accomplished editorial board which comprises of acclaimed scientists from all over the world. Each individual article is peer reviewed and approved for publication by eminent scientists in the field of Diabetology. The journal maintains the highest standards in terms of quality of content published. In addition to Research Articles, the Journal also publishes high quality Commentaries, Reviews, Perspectives, and Case Reports. The Journal of Diabetes & Metabolism aims to provide all the authors with an efficient, constructive, and courteous editorial process. The journal believes in expediting the publishing process; towards this end, the journal also provides advance posting of the accepted articles. This journal ensures the barrier-free distribution of its content on online and thus, helps in improving th Continue reading >>

Journal Of Diabetology - Free Full Text Articles From Journal Of Diabetology

Journal Of Diabetology - Free Full Text Articles From Journal Of Diabetology

Cardiovascular safety studies for diabetic medications: Do the benefits outweigh the costs? Since 2005, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved dozens of new options (including combination products) in the treatment of diabetes, providing clinicians with a plethora of treatment... Technology in the management of diabetes mellitus The explosive increase in the prevalence of diabetes mellitus in resource-strapped regions of the world demands innovative solutions in healthcare. Advances in information technology, diagnostics an... Low-density lipoprotein cholesterol (LDL-C) has been proven time and again to be independently associated with the risk of cardiovascular diseases (CVD). However, triglycerides (TG) are now also eme... Depressive symptoms among participants with type 2 diabetes in Southeast Asia: A systematic review Objective: Diabetes and depression are two major non-communicable diseases that have increased in epidemic proportion globally. Depression is common in participants with diabetes causing incr... [Abstract] | [HTML Full text] | [PDF] | [Mobile HTML Full text] | [EPub] Association of cardiovascular complications with circulating levels of tribbles 3 human homolog and matrix metalloproteinases in Indian type 2 diabetic patients, with or without hypertension Aim and Objective: Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) and Tribbles 3 (Trb3) human homologue have been reported to induce atherosclerosis. We wanted to evaluate the association of circulating le... Continue reading >>

Welcome | Easd

Welcome | Easd

EASD Membership is open to join or to renew Access the MyEASD Login on top right to create or manage your Membership account. MyEASD is your single sign-on providing access to all EASD online applications. There are many good reasons to join EASD or to renew your Membership, further information is available here The European Foundation for the Study of Diabetes (EFSD) was created by EASD to provide funding in all areas of diabetes research across the entire European Region. The aims of EFSD are to encourage and support groundbreaking diabetes research and to promote the next generation of leading diabetes researchers. more Diabetologia is the Journal of the EASD and publishes original clinical, translational and experimental research within the field of diabetes. We are interested in papers that convey new information or insight into any aspect of the condition, ranging from basic science to clinical applications. more Register now for the 54th EASD Annual Meeting! #EASD2018 will be full of exciting insights into the most recent research findings in all aspects of #diabetology. #EASD2018 #diabetes #research #T1D #T2D #Berlin - pic.twitter.com/fq0LTCK3G6 Continue reading >>

Frontiers In Endocrinology | Diabetes

Frontiers In Endocrinology | Diabetes

The section aims to publish major findings in the basic science of diabetes, the etiology and pathogenesis of the major subtypes of diabetes, and the associated complications, both macrovascular (including heart attacks, strokes and peripheral vascular disease) and microvascular (including retinopathy, nephropathy, central and peripheral nervous system dysfunction and disorders of the integument and bone). Of particular interest are important current controversies in diabetes as such as its relationship to inflammation, to cancer, and the relevant treatments, as well as studies on the dual epidemics of obesity and diabetes, the emergence of the combination of type 1 and type 2 diabetes and their interactions. The impact of changing demographics and the impact on the complications of diabetes and neurological disorders are particularly pertinent. Submissions of studies likely to achieve rapid translation into clinical practice are especially encouraged. Areas of interest will include the Octet of dysfunction involving the liver, pancreas, adipose tissue and musculoskeletal system, as well as the recent additions of gastrointestinal, renal, and brain contributions to dysmetabolism. Aspects or components of the metabolic syndrome will be considered as an integrated unit, as well as for the individual components, such as dyslipidemia, hypertension, insulin resistance, obesity and factors yet to be associated with the common constellation. Articles contributing to furthering the understanding of the genetics of type 2 diabetes and its accompanying syndromes such as Alzheimers disease and the genetics and role of autoimmune mechanisms in type 1 diabetes are of particular interest. While the major focus of this specialty section will be clinical, studies in animal models and Continue reading >>

Journal Of Diabetes Research

Journal Of Diabetes Research

To receive news and publication updates for Journal of Diabetes Research, enter your email address in the box below. Journal of Diabetes Research is a peer-reviewed, Open Access journal that publishes research articles, review articles, and clinical studies related to type 1 and type 2 diabetes. The journal welcomes submissions focusing on the epidemiology, etiology, pathogenesis, management, and prevention of diabetes, as well as associated complications, such as diabetic retinopathy, neuropathy and nephropathy. Journal of Diabetes Research is archived in Portico , which provides permanent archiving for electronic scholarly journals, as well as via the LOCKSS initiative. It operates a fully open access publishing model which allows open global access to its published content. This model is supported through Article Processing Charges . For more information on Article Processing charges in general, click here . Journal of Diabetes Research is included in many leading abstracting and indexing databases. For a complete list, click here . The most recent Impact Factor for Journal of Diabetes Research is 2.717 according to the 2016 Journal Citation Reports released by Clarivate Analytics in 2017. Continue reading >>

Diabetologia Homepage

Diabetologia Homepage

Concept: Line Hjort (Department of Endocrinology, Copenhagen University Hospital) Competition for publication in Diabetologia is greater than ever, and less than 20% of papers are accepted. Of all the high-quality papers that appear in this month's issue I want to share with you some articles that I find to be of particular interest. These will be featured 'up front' in the print issue and here on our website. Sally Marshall, Editor Impaired hypoglycaemia awareness in type 1 diabetes: lessons from the lab Our understanding of the mechanisms by which the body detects, then responds to, developing hypoglycaemia is gradually increasing. However, the reasons why these fundamental homeostatic mechanisms are disrupted in diabetes, especially following recurrent hypoglycaemia, remain elusive. In this issue, McNeilly and McCrimmon (summarise our basic understanding of the glucose-sensing mechanisms used by the brain, and normal counterregulation via the activation of neural circuits. A failure to clear exogenous insulin, and abnormal alpha cell glucagon responses to low glucose together create a situation where hypoglycaemia is common in people with diabetes. Repeated exposure to hypoglycaemia progressively lowers the glucose level at which the counterregulatory response is triggered, reducing awareness and increasing the risk of severe hypoglycaemia. The authors propose that this latter phenomenon may result from habituation, a form of adaptive memory that occurs within key glucose-sensing regions of the brain. The figures from this review are available as a downloadable slideset . [Text supplied by the authors.] Continue reading >>

Current Diabetes Reviews

Current Diabetes Reviews

Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI), MEDLINE/PubMed/Index Medicus, Scopus, EMBASE, Chemical Abstracts Service/SciFinder, ProQuest, ChemWeb, Google Scholar, EMNursing, EMCare, PubsHub, Genamics JournalSeek, MediaFinder-Standard Periodical Directory, J-Gate, CNKI Scholar, Suweco CZ, TOC Premier, EBSCO and Ulrich's Periodicals Directory. "Current Diabetes Reviews fills a unique niche in the medical literature by publishing timely, high-quality reviews of clinically-relevant topics that have tremendous and immediate utility for the practicing clinician and the academician alike." Dissecting the role of mitochondria in the pathophysiology of type-2 diabetes and obesity: novel concepts and challenges Guest Editor(s):Marc Claret, Pablo M Garcia-RovesTentative Publication Date: March, 2016 Contemporary Faces of Diabetes Care for Youth and Young Adults in the 21Guest Editors: Barbara J Anderson PhD & Marisa E Hilliard PhDCentury: Evolution in the Roles of the Patient and Family, the Diabetes Provider, the Behavioral Health/Psychologist, and the Diabetes Online Community Guest Editor(s): Barbara J Anderson, Marisa E Hilliard Continue reading >>

Instructions For Authors

Instructions For Authors

Beginning with manuscripts submitted after Jan. 1, 2013, Diabetes requires authors to report HbA1c levels in both traditional, DCCT-derived units (as %) and SI, IFCC-recommended units (as mmol/mol). Authors should use the NGSP converter for HbA1c, availableat , to calculate HbA1c values as both % and mmol/mol. (Please note theadditional link available for converting standard deviations.) Values should first be reported as %, followed by the mmol/mol equivalent in parentheses. Diabetes publishes original research about the physiology and pathophysiology of diabetes. Submitted manuscripts can report any aspect of laboratory, animal, or human research. Emphasis is on investigative reports focusing on areas such as the pathogenesis of diabetes and its complications, normal and pathological pancreatic islet function and intermediary metabolism, pharmacological mechanisms of drug and hormone action, and biochemical and molecular aspects of normal and abnormal biological processes. Studies in the areas of diabetes education or the application of accepted therapeutic and diagnostic approaches to patients with diabetes are not published. Only material that has not been published previously (either in print or electronically) and is not under consideration for publication elsewhere, with the exception of an abstract that is less than 400 words in length, will be considered for publication. Prior presentation of data (e.g., at a scientific meeting or via webcast) does not preclude publication in Diabetes, but should be disclosed in the Acknowledgments of the paper and in the author's comments to the editor upon manuscript submission. All submissions to the journal will be scanned for possible duplicate or prior publication using the CrossCheck/iThenticate plagiarism detection sys Continue reading >>

Welcome To Abcd | Abcd (diabetes Care) Ltd

Welcome To Abcd | Abcd (diabetes Care) Ltd

Diabetes Technology Network Update and East of England Workshop At the national DTN day, Dr Pratik Choudhary from Kings college London took over as the chair of DTN from Dr Emma Wilmott. , with Dr Alistair Lumb from Oxford taking over as Vice chair.... Dr Dinesh Nagi, ABCD chair, Dr Pratik Choudhary and Dr Emma Wilmot, ABCD DTN-UK chair and ex-chair and ABCD trustee Ketan Dhataryia were invited to Downing Street by Prime Minister, Theresa May.... CGM pregnancy guidance offered as specialists share knowledge in new partnership Expert advice on continuous glucose monitoring in women with type 1 diabetes during pregnancy will be offered at a leading conference ahead of a national rollout. Access to specialist... ABCD audit of FreeStyle Libre device for flash glucose monitoring shows improved diabetes control in Type 1 diabetes and fewer hospital admissions A national UK audit of the first technology device allowed to be prescribed for people with Type 1 Diabetes, presented at the American Diabetes Association in San Francisco, shows important... Author: Dr Chris Walton (ex Officio Chairman) DUK call on NHS to do more for the mental health of people with diabetes On 14 May, Diabetes UK launched a report on mental health and diabetes which shows that 7 out of 10 people have felt overwhelmed by the demands of living with diabetes and three quarters of people... Author: Dr Ansu Basu Elected Committee Member National Diabetes Inpatient Audit reveals slow increases in specialist staff numbers and use of electronic prescribing in 2018 NHS Digital have released the latest figures from the National Diabetes Inpatient Audit (NaDIA). The NaDIA measures the quality of diabetes care provided to people with diabetes while they are... Author: Dr Dipesh Patel, Elected Honorary Meetings S Continue reading >>

The Journal Of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism | Oxford Academic

The Journal Of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism | Oxford Academic

The Endocrine Society provides its journal authors with a variety of tools and tips for increasing the discoverability and citation of their published work. Preparing to submit? We work with American Journal Experts to provide editing, formatting, translation, and figure preparation services. JCEM uses Altmetric to help its authors understand and increase the citation and discoverability of their work. Learn more about Altmetric here. Register to receive table of contents email alerts as soon as new issues of JCEM are published online. Browse content from all our related society publications, and learn more about additional offerings from the Endocrine Society. See what to expect as a member, reader, author, and subscriber. Fill out our simple online form to recommend this journal to your library. JCEM is a member of and subscribes to the principles of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) . JCEM is the worlds leading peer-reviewed journal for endocrine clinical research and clinical practice. Article types include: original research, reviews, case reports, commentaries, and consensus statements. Submit your paper or preprint today. Continue reading >>

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