This case study describes Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust's project to improve pre-pregnancy care (PPC) in patients with diabetes.
This systematic review aimed to determine the extent to which post-hypoglycaemic patients with diabetes, who are prescribed oral hypoglycaemic agents are at risk of repeat hypoglycaemic events after being treated in the pre-hospital environment.
Hypoglycaemia in the community has been developed to advise on the recognition, treatment and prevention of hypoglycaemia in the community in adults with diabetes mellitus.
The Ipswich Touch Test - screening for neuropathy at home is a quick and easy test, designed to assess sensitiviy in patient's feel and can be done in their own home.
The Foot Risk Awareness and Management Education (FRAME) project was commissioned by the Scottish Government to produce an e-learning resource which would help standardise diabetes foot screenings performed by health care professionals.
Foot ulcers are a common and serious complication of diabetes.This summary is based on a Cochrane systematic review containing 11 randomised controlled trials with a total of 2,686 participants aged over 18 years with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes.