The American Diabetes Association announced today that it is lowering its recommended targets for blood glucose levels in children with type 1 diabetes. Rhonda Anderson reports from San Francisco.
昭和大学医学部内科学講座 糖尿病・代謝・内分泌内科学部門 主任教授 平野 勉先生
いしい医院 院長 石井 誠先生
Kiran Musunuru, MD, Jane Ferguson, PhD, and Mathew Marauno, PhD describe the first ever Next-Generation Technology Bootcamp, a collaborative training session in transformational new research techniques, that took place during ATVB/PVD 2015 in San Francisco.
Join us in Vienna, Austria, for the 50th EASD Annual Meeting from September 15 - 19, 2014
Catherine C. "Lynn" Hedrick, PhD interviews Thomas de Aguiar Valim, one of the ATVB/PVD 2015 finalists for the Irvine H. Page Young Investigator Research Award Competition, about his study, "The Transcriptional Repressor MafG Regulates Cholesterol Catabolism."
厚生連 長岡中央綜合病院 （新潟県長岡市）
八幡 和明 先生
University of Arizona's SALSA team (http://diabeticfootonline.com/) describe the application of the "instant total contact cast". Developed by Prof. David G. Armstrong, the technique allows for many of the attributes of the total contact cast to treat diabetic foot wounds without requiring special equipment or training.
ADA TV headed to the convention center floor to ask conference-goers why it’s so important to attend ADA’s Scientific Sessions.
Holly talks to us about having Type 1 from a young age and why she's come along to the 'bendy bus' shoot to help out.
Neil Stone, MD discusses the results of the Osler trials, which suggest the PCSK9 inhibitor evolocumab is effective and possibly safe long-term for reducing LDL cholesterol and preventing cardiovascular events.
Muredach P. Reilly, MBBCH, MSCE, program chair for ATVB/PVD 2015, Kathryn J. Moore, PhD, chair of the council for ATVB, and Michael Conte, MD, chair of the council for PVD, provide their expert perspectives on the science that was presented at the meeting this year in San Francisco with a focus on new approaches for translating science into new patient therapies.
If it is poorly controlled, diabetes can cause nerve damage, or neuropathy. The Touch the Toes test is an easy way to assess the feeling in your feet. Here, Dr Gerry Rayman - who designed the test with his team at Ipswich hospital - demonstrates how to carry it out.
Please note that the Touch the Toes test is not a substitute for your annual foot review, which should be carried out by an appropriately trained person.
We know it's important to eat well, and now there's further proof. According to a study just presented, improving your diet can help prevent type 2 diabetes. Rhonda Anderson reports from San Francisco.
第1回である今回は、インスリン-ライフ・バランス調査の結果とランタスXRの製剤のベネフィットについて、横浜市立大学の寺内 康夫 先生にご説明いただきます。
Rhonda Anderson interviews Ryan Reed, a NASCAR driver who lives with type 1 diabetes, and his endocrinologist, Dr. Anne Peters, at the 74th Scientific Sessions in San Francisco.