Study: No blood sugar improvement seen with management programs

07/21/2006 | United Press International

Diabetes management programs improved rates of recommended examinations, such as foot and eye exams or testing for kidney function, but the measures were not effective in improving control of sugar, blood pressure or cholesterol levels, according to a new study. The three management strategies studied included medical professional reminders, regular feedback from provider groups and structured care management.

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