Intensive insulin-glucose infusion regimens with long-term or standard glucose control did not differ for reducing mortality in type 2 diabetes mellitus and MI

Yuiuf, Salim
September 2005
ACP Journal Club;Sep/Oct2005, Vol. 143 Issue 2, p43
Academic Journal
The article focuses on a study by researcher K. Malmberg and colleagues, which found that intensive insulin-glucose infusion regimens with long-term or standard glucose control did not differ for reducing mortality in type 2 diabetes mellitus and MI. The study found that in patients with type 2 diabetes and acute myocardial infarction, an insulin-glucose regimen with long-term insulin control was not better than an insulin regimen with standard glucose control for improving survival. In patients with diabetes, no strong evidence exists that lowering glucose prevents macrovascular disease, although it can clearly prevent microvascular disease.


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