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The aim of the document is to improve the safety of the in hospital management of diabetes. Diabetes care is very individualised, especially if that person is using insulin. It follows that the...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Northumbria Diabetes Service have developed a care pathway to ensure that all patients considered for pump therapy receive a standardised and documented approach with their multi-disciplinary team...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust have developed a referral form and criteria for the use of Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) for adult patients.
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Published in Practical Diabetes Vol.31 No.2 A Practical Diabetes International publication which provides some practical guidance on the approach to the patient on CSII therapy.
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Around 3.2 million people in the UK have been diagnosed with diabetes. Of these, approximately 300,000 have Type 1 diabetes. People with Type 1 diabetes cannot produce insulin. They are usually...
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Position Paper

Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA) has been reported in patients with diabetes taking SGLT-2 inhibitor drugs both in clinical trials and in real life situations, particularly amongst patients taking insulin...
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Position Paper

ABCD believes that while care for those with type 1 diabetes may take place in different settings, that care should be of a universally high standard, and should explicitly involve access to...
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Position Paper

Cardiovascular disease is a key contributor to excess morbidity and premature mortality in diabetes and chronic kidney disease is an independent and major risk factor for cardiovascular disease....
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Position Paper

A significant percentage of patients with diabetes develop chronic kidney disease (CKD), and diabetes is also a leading cause of end-stage renal disease.  More than a quarter of patients who are on...
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Position Paper