2 edition of Microangiopathy and glycaemic control. found in the catalog.
Microangiopathy and glycaemic control.
Patrick Michael Bell
Written in English
Thesis (M.D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1984.
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Toshio Hayashi, Akihisa Iguchi, in Nitric Oxide (Second Edition), Prevention and treatment of diabetic vasculopathy by targeting cancellation of ROS. Strict control of blood glucose is important for the prevention of the development of diabetic microangiopathy; however, it is difficult to prevent the development of diabetic cardiovascular lesions by strict blood glucose control only. The findings have been related to the presence of microangiopathy and to glycaemic control. Ascorbic acid levels were significantly lower in diabetics (mean +/- SD +/- mumol/l) compared with controls (58 +/- 21 mumol/l p less than ).Cited by:
The degree of glycaemic control (percentage decrease in HbA1c over a month period) was strongly associated with percentage improvement in maximum hyperaemic response (r 2 = , p = ), suggesting that early microvascular changes in T2DM are potentially reversible with glycaemic by: Microangiopathy (or microvascular disease, or small vessel disease) is an angiopathy (i.e. disease of blood vessels) affecting small blood vessels in the body. It can be contrasted to macroangiopathy, or large vessel disease.. Cerebral small vessel disease refers to a group of diseases that affect the small arteries, arterioles, venules, and capillaries of the names: Microvascular disease, small vessel disease.
glycaemic control DM known Screen for microangiopathy If poor glycaemic control diabetology consultation Main diagnosis CVD + DM Recommendations on life style modifications in diabetes • Smoking cessation guided by structured advice is recommended in all subjects with DM. The progression of subclinical polyneuropathy over years has been studied in a representative group of 75 young patients with Type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes (initial age 16–19 years). The relationships between changes in nerve function, glycaemic control and concurrently developing microvascular complications (retinopathy Cited by:
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Glycaemic Control, Smoking Habits and Diabetes Duration Affect the Extrinsic Fibrinolytic System in Type I Diabetic Patients but Microangiopathy Does Not. TORBJORN K. NILSSON. Corresponding Author. Department of Physiological Chemistry, Umeå University and the Department of Internal Medicine, Umeå University Hospital, Umeå, Sweden Cited by: Microangiopathy and glycaemic control Author: Bell, P.
ISNI: Awarding Body: Queen's University Current Institution: Queen's University Belfast Date of Award: Availability of Full Text: Full text unavailable from EThOS. Please. Glycaemic control remains the principle modifiable risk factor associated with microalbuminuria, and, at present, achieving a good glycaemic control is the main primary prevention and treatment Author: Peter Rossing.
Diabetic Nephropathy Diabetic Retinopathy Capillary Pressure Glycaemic Control Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors.
This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. Subjects free of microvascular complications in spite of long duration of diabetes had better glycaemic control, lower blood pressure, better lipid profile and lower von Willebrand factor levels.
(). Preventing microvascular Microangiopathy and glycaemic control. book complications in children and adolescents: looking beyond glycaemic control. Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy: Vol. 4, No Cited by: The cohort of diabetics was observed prospectively for at least 15 years as to diabetic control, mainly glycosuria, and cross-sectionally examined for microangiopathy on four occasions.
Data on family background, social situation, smoking, blood pressure, biochemical status, anthropometry, HLA factors and mortality were also gathered. Aims/hypothesis. To identify factors associated with early development of and late protection from microvascular complications in subjects with Type I (insulin-dependent) diabetes mellitus.Methods.
The frequency of microvascular complications and their relation to risk factors were studied in Type I diabetic subjects with short duration of disease (≤ 5 years) compared with Cited by: Cerebral microangiopathy is commonly detected on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in elderly hypertensive patients and includes the very early stage of microvascular disease (white matter hyperintensities [WMHs] and lacunar infarctions).
Smooth muscle hypertrophy, replacement by extracellular, matrix and enhanced small‐vessel permeability are Cited by: 5. Diabetes predisposes to the development of generalised microangiopathy, with clinical consequences affecting kidney, eye and nerves .Diabetic nephropathy is the leading cause of end-stage renal disease in the Western world, and is responsible for more than 40% of new cases of end-stage renal disease in the USA; the proportion of patients with end-stage renal disease due to diabetes has Cited by: To study the effect of glycaemic control on apoptosis in chronic ulcers in diabetic patients and the differential roles of insulin and oral hypoglycaemic agents (OHAs).
Method: Ten non-diabetic (group I) and 20 diabetic patients (groups II and III), with a wound of more than four weeks’ duration, who were attending the wound clinic at Cited by: Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is a chronic progressive, potentially sight-threatening disease of the retinal microvasculature associated with the prolonged hyperglycaemia and other conditions linked to diabetes mellitus such as hypertension (1).
poor glycaemic control and uncontrolled hypertension is also associated with greater risk of DR. Overview Goals. The treatment goals are related to effective control of blood glucose, blood pressure and lipids, to minimize the risk of long-term consequences associated with are suggested in clinical practice guidelines released by various national and international diabetes agencies.
The targets are: Hb A1c of less than 6% or % if they are achievable without significant. conclusions about the effects of microangiopathy on bone mass in patients with type 1 diabetes remain controversial. When exploring the association between low bone mass and microvascular disease, it is important to consider the disease duration and degree of glycaemic control, since any association between microvascular disease and skeletal.
Microangiopathy and pregnancy. Poor glycaemic control prior to conception and rapid improvement during pregnancy are other risk factors of progression. Treatment of lesions with high risk of progression and progressive blood glucose lowering in the preconception period can improve the prognosis.
Diabetic nephropathy predisposes to Author: Azzoug S, Chentli F. Microvascular function in type 2 (non-insulin-dependent) diabetes: improved vasodilation after one year of good glycaemic control. Jaap AJ(1), Pym CA, Seamark C, Shore AC, Tooke JE.
Author information: (1)Department of Diabetes and Vascular Medicine, University of Exeter, by: Determinants of microangiopathy in growth-onset diabetes. With special reference to retinopathy and glycaemic control.
Sterky G, Wall S. In a quasi-experiment all diabetic children in a defined area were exposed either to an intense clinical treatment or served as a constructed by: Glycemic control depicts the long term glycemic status and degree of hyperglycemia depicts degree of non-enzymatic glycosylation of connective tissue and degree of microangiopathic complications.
Several studies had described the lung function in type2 diabetes mellitus patients for western, northern, and southern regions in India [ 6 – 9 ].Cited by: 4. uria.3 BP control modulates the progression not only of microangiopathy (diabetic kidney disease and retinopathy) but also of macroangiopathy (Coronary heart disease (CHD) and stroke).
In microalbuminuric people with type 2 diabetes, obser-vational studies have shown an association between poor glycaemic control and progression of albuminuria. What is the glycaemic index.
The glycaemic index (GI) tells us whether a food raises blood glucose levels quickly, moderately or slowly. This means it can be useful to help you manage your diabetes.
Different carbohydrates are digested and absorbed at different rates, and GI is a ranking of how quickly each carbohydrate-based food and drink makes blood glucose levels rise after eating them.
Diabetic emergencies are an extremely serious result of poor glycemic control and if not treated quickly and effectively can result in death. Diabetic Emergencies: Diagnosis and Clinical Management provides emergency room staff, diabetes specialists and endocrinologists with highly practical, clear-cut clinical guidance on both the presentation of serious diabetic emergencies like ketoacidosis 5/5(1).This study is the first report to demonstrate that cutaneous microangiopathy, as indicated by subepidermal microvascular proliferation and impaired VEGF expression, appears to occur prior to the development of overt clinical neuropathy, retinopathy or nephropathy in patients with type 2 diabetes (Journal of Diabetes Investigation).This study investigates the anorectal dysfunctions in diabetic autonomic neuropathy (DAN) and microangiopathy.
Patients and methods The study includes 47 diabetic patients (group 1: 30 non-complicated; group 2: 17 complicated by DAN and microangiopathy) and 10 healthy non-diabetic volunteers as control by: 1.