Researchers found that patients with type 2 diabetes who have a higher risk for glycemic control issues and were predicted to have poor medication adherence improved their glycemic control more at 12 months after receiving high-intensity intervention with insulin than those who received moderate-intensity intervention or usual care. The findings, based on 6,000 adult patients with an average age of 55, were presented at the American Heart Association Scientific Sessions.
Diabetes patients may improve glycemic control with intervention
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