Of Continuing Interest
- The Diabetes Team is seeking qualified health care professionals to help answer your questions.
- Kristine Lilly is conducting a survey run by the Child Study Center of Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, Virginia and the University of Kansas Medical Center.
New This Week
- If your browser supports frames, you should try the frames version of children with DIABETES.
- New to Parents' Voices are
- Peggy, who recounts for us the diagnosis of Dillon, her five year old son.
- Arlene Mishanie, who shares with us a poetry collection dealing with her family's experiences with diabetes. Both her husband and son have Type 1 diabetes.
- Glycohemoglobin testing is discussed in detail in the April 1997 issue of Diabetes Forecast.
- Diabetes Monitor has a concise list of the symptoms of diabetes
- The computer programs listed in Computerizing Your Meter have been organized by computer type (PC, Macintosh, and Other) to help you find the right kind of software.
- Insulin Lispro in CSII Results of a Double-Blind Crossover Study demonstrates that insulin pump users can achieve improved control by using insulin lispro instead of Regular. (From Diabetes, March 1997 Volume 46, Number 3)
- From the March 1997 issue of Diabetes Care are the following articles:
- The Safety of Injecting Insulin Through Clothing
- Acarbose in the Treatment of Type 1 Diabetes
- Effect of Intensive Treatment of Diabetes on the Risk of Death or Renal Failure in NIDDM and IDDM
- A study on Diabetic Ketoacidosis Charges Relative to Medical Charges of Adult Patients With Type 1 Diabetes shows that "DKA episodes represented more than $1 of every $4 spent on direct medical care for adult patients with type I diabetes and $1 of every $2 in those patients experiencing multiple episodes."
- The Diabetes Connection Summer Adventure Camp, sponsored by the Medical College of Ohio, has been updated for 1997.
- Insulin Dependent Diabetes: New Advances in Prediction, Prevention and Intervention will be help in Boston, MA, from May 19-20, 1997.
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