Re: Long-Term Effects of Intensive Glucose Lowering on Cardiovascular Outcomes
- From: "Ozgirl" <are_we_there_yet@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 08:21:15 +1000
"Susan" <susan@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:8uc4udFc8bU1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
On 3/16/2011 9:38 AM, Janet wrote:
I am concerned that people might think that this means that tight control of
BG levels by any means, including a significant D&E component, is dangerous
in general. The AACE document recently posted suggests that getting good
control--BGs no higher than 140 in their view--and taking other steps to
address cholesterol is the way to avoid developing heart disease in the
FYI, some discussions of the trial:
"Let me give you my views. Before I do, though, you've got to understand that just as is true of those commenting above, my views are speculative. And just like the others, I haven't been able to dig into the actual data to see what makes sense. My views are derived from looking through the lens of my own years of experience, my reading and analysis of a lot of medical literature, my knowledge of how most doctors go about treating their diabetic patients (which I think borders on malpractice) and my experience with big-name, mainstream physicians and their thought processes."
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