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Ada, Easd Joint Statement On Hypoglycemia

Home / Resources / Articles / ADA, EASD Joint Statement on Hypoglycemia ADA, EASD Joint Statement on Hypoglycemia Organizations publish recommendations for identifying and reporting hypoglycemia in clinical studies. Current research on hypoglycemia was examined by the International Hypoglycemia Study group to create proposed hypoglycemia levels. The study group also formed recommendations for which levels of hypoglycemia should be reported. Simon R. Heller, MD, professor of clinical diabetes, University of Sheffield, and director of research and development and honorary consultant physician at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in the United Kingdom, said in a press release that, We formed our multi-disciplinary group 3 years ago with a goal to increase awareness of hypoglycemia as a major side effect of current treatment in diabetes by educational activities among the diabetes community including patients, their families and professionals to benefit patient care.We developed the idea that a reclassification of hypoglycemia would be useful and are delighted that both the ADA and European Association for the Study of Diabetes have agreed. A Joint Position Statement o Continue reading >>

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  1. GrindedDown

    Question: Alcohol and effects on ketosis

    There are certain forms of alcohol like types of brandy that contain no carbohydrates, but get the majority of the calories from the alcohol itself. Do drinks like this and alcohol in particular impact ketosis at all? What happens if I tank 10 shots of 0 carb brandy? Woooo its starting to kick in....won't nbe alble to read untilk morningin'oiiiiiwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww

  2. toast.tm

    Well I am guessing you will find out for yourself thismorning but...
    I drank 3 large scotchs last night and just tested not in ketosis, I was before I had them.
    The reason is that your body will burn the alcohol first as it is treated as a toxin so anything that is in your system (carbs, protein, fat) will be stored not burned untill it is done with the alcohol therefore no fat is being used for fuel = no Ketones.
    It really sucks because I love to have a drink but it doesn't mix with keto although I did have 2 beers the other night and stayed in ketosis, this was probably due to the smaller amount of alcohol.
    I am treating yesterday as my 'carb up day' because I want to get back to losing fat.
    Hope this helps

  3. Schwartz86

    As much as it sucks, I would stay away from alcohol as much as possible. I used to be a very heavy drinker. I would have no problem finishing off 24-30 beers in a weekend. This played a toll on the body, and I started to gain weight. I started keto in January and had my first drink(s) last weekend. I barely drank enough to feel a buzz from the alcohol (which I thought was odd, figured my tolerance would have dropped), but felt like complete crap the next couple of days. I'm guessing part of the problem was from dehydration.

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Prevention of microvascular and macrovascular complications rests on timely institution of drug therapy by the prescribing physician, usually a general practitioner (GP), and the patient's compliance with the treatment regimen and willingness to make lifestyle changes. Optimal use of clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) in general practice demands specific implementation strategies aiming at the reduction of barriers to high-quality care. Clinical practice guidelines are potentially useful for health services and health workforce planning, but would be more valuable for this aim if they contained more detail about care protocols and specific skills and competencies especially for general practitioners who would be expected to have reduced capacity for effective high-quality care.Subsequently, many patients will not receive such level of care despite the availability of international treatment guidelines describing the supposed optimal management of patients with diabetes. Hence, a clear understanding on how to overcome this knowledge-action gap in diabetes seems to be lacking, despite previous studies which outlined the obstacles that prevent GPs from following the CPGs. So the only

Easd, Ada Recommendations Aimed At Improving Safety, Efficacy Of Cgm

EASD, ADA Recommendations Aimed at Improving Safety, Efficacy of CGM EASD, ADA Recommendations Aimed at Improving Safety, Efficacy of CGM As the use of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices becomes more prevalent worldwide, several professional medical organizations have banded together to examine barriers to use, including cost, reliability, and lack of standardization. Two organizations the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) Diabetes Technology Working Group have penned a joint statement, published in Diabetologia, examining the most efficacious ways to create systemic improvement, increase clinical use, and standardize device regulations. Growing evidence supports the benefits of using CGM , noted John R. Petrie, MD, of the Institute of Cardiovascular and Medical Sciences at the University of Glasgow in the United Kingdom, and colleagues. [T]he studies and clinical trials reviewed suggest that adults with type 1 diabetes who wear a CGM device can improve glycemic control. Dr Petrie and colleagues continued, Our goal was to assess current clinical and regulatory aspects of CGM within this rapidly evolving lands Continue reading >>

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  1. MechantMiaou

    Hello, I'm planning on eating mostly green beans (350g) and sauerkraut (350g) per day , more or less, everyday. I think I've read that too much this kind of food can lead to kidney stones, is there a safe limit or something ?

  2. ArentEnoughRocks

    I watched a video by an MD about the risk of stones in keto. Basically, his advice was: cruciferous veg and spinach add oxalates. Use the juice of one lemon per day (citrates) and have calcium from food (cheese, dairy, etc) as the calcium will bind in the digestive system w the high levels of oxalates (instead of in blood and out into the kidney/urine) . There's other videos on YT too on the subject. I just searched "keto kidney stones". Make sure you've got enough magnesium (if you're not getting it from food).
    Here's an article on it
    All I can tell you is that my dad got stones on keto. He was having a lot of protein shakes, he said, which was all the information I got out of him at the time bc I wasn't really interested in keto then.

  3. Forgetfultiger

    Kidney stones can be caused by high urine pH or low urine pH or a number of other things like bacteria. If you're worried about kidney stones go see your doctor.

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John Buse, MD, PhD from UNC, Chapel Hill reviews the 2009 update to the ADA-EASD consensus treatment algorithm for the management of type 2 diabetes, including the addition of newer "less well validated" therapies. Provided by the Institute for Diabetes, Obesity, and Cardiovascular Disease (iDOC), a free resource for continuing medical education and other tools for medical professionals focused on the treatment of these three related conditions. Visit www.idoc.org for more information.

New Easd Ada Diabetes Treatment Goals

New EASD ADA Diabetes Treatment Goals A new position statement for treatment of type 2 diabetes treatment focuses on the individual patient rather than a one number fits all HbA1c target. The new recommendations from the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA), announced in a news conference at the EASDs 48th Annual Meeting, put the patients condition, desires, abilities, and tolerances at the center of the decision-making process about the goals and methods of treatment. Our recommendations are less prescriptive than and not as algorithmic as prior guidelines, the authors write. What were trying to do is encourage people to really engage in a complex world with the patient, given the variety of choices, said David Matthews, MD, DPhil, from the Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism at Churchill Hospital and the National Institute for Health Research, And the algorithmic approach, in our view, has finally had its day. We cant do that anymore. Dr. Matthews said the EASD and ADA writing group decided not to issue guidelines but rather to take positions and issue recommendations. Published guidelines tend to Continue reading >>

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  1. hskrmom

    Nathan's home tonight with a 102 temperature, a raging sinus infection, and is averaging between 400 and 500. Ugh! I am trying to stay on top of this poor kid's highs because I know it just makes him feel worse.
    I had him check ketones, and it was negative. I was very surprised. I then thought to check the bottle. Says it expired June, 2006. I must have given my new bottle of Ketostix to the school nurse by mistake. Do you really think they expire?

  2. Extraordinary Machine

    Absolutely. I think that a year expired probably means they're not good.
    Sorry. :( Hope you find some soon.

  3. hskrmom

    Well, allrighty then. I guess off to Walgreens I go (again). Thank you for the quick reply!

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