The prevalence of albuminuria among patients newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes significantly dropped from 1988 to 2018, with improvements in glycemic, lipid control and blood pressure being reported among this population, according to a study in Diabetes Care. The researchers believed that "there have been improvements in diabetes screening and that we are diagnosing cases earlier in the disease process".
Study looks at prevalence of albuminuria cases in new T2D
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