Seniors with diabetes may get more aggressive Tx than recommended

Insulin and sulfonylureas are the second-most-common drugs that drive emergency department visits or admissions and adverse events in diabetes patients ages 65 and older, according to a study in JAMA Internal Medicine. Researchers at the Department of Veterans Affairs also noted a large number of seniors received treatments that were more aggressive than the VA diabetes guidelines recommend.

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