These guidelines, developed by Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust, describe the management of adult patients with diabetes mellitus during surgery and for elective procedures.
Rwanda Diabetes Association (RDA) was created in 1997 with the aim of improving the well being of all people with diabetes in Rwanda, and to join the global effort to advocate better diabetes care and prevention.
Are diabetes services in England and Wales measuring up? A summary of findings from the National Diabetes Audit 2011–12 for people with diabetes and anyone interested in the quality of diabetes care
A summary of findings from the National Diabetes Audit 2011–12 for people with diabetes and anyone interested in the quality of diabetes care.
The National Diabetes Inpatient Audit (NaDIA) is commissioned by the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) and delivered by the Health and Social Care Information Centre, working with Diabetes UK.
As diabetes continues to sweep through the UK's population, a midwife at The Rosie Maternity Hospital in Cambridge describes its impact on pregnancy
An interview with diabetes midwife specialist Kerry Stubbington who explains that education is vital to managing the condition during pregnancy.
Two randomised clinical trials (RCTs) recently confirmed that treatment of mild hyperglycaemia (largely lifestyle alteration) is effective for a variety of maternal and foetal endpoints.This leaves the question of how best to define hyperglycaemia in pregnancy, and how to identify it during the pregnancy.
This review article published in the Journal of Diabetology reviewed the published literature on self-management of diabetes across 34 articles.