Management - Complications and Comorbidities

December 2009
Current Medical Literature: Diabetes;2009, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p108
Academic Journal
The article discusses various research on the clinical management of complications and comorbidities in diabetes, published in different journals. One study compared the effectiveness of medical treatment and surgical management. Another study examined the renal effects of aliskiren, alone and in combination with irbesartan, in patients with type 2 diabetes, hypertension and albuminuria. Information on research on the impact of candesartan on microalbuminuria and albumin excretion is also presented.


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