What are the clinical, quality-of-life, and cost consequences of 30 years of excellent vs. poor glycemic control in type 1 diabetes?
William H Herman, Barbara H Braffett, Shihchen Kuo, Joyce M Lee, Michael Brändle, Alan M Jacobson, Lisa A Prosser & John M Lachin
RESEARCH DESIGN AND METHODS
Thirty years of excellent vs. poor glycemic control for T1DM can substantially reduce the incidence of complications, comorbidities, and death, improve quality-of-life, and reduce costs. These estimates represent the benefits that may be achieved with excellent glycemic control.
|citation||Herman W H, Braffett B H, Kuo S, Lee J M, Brändle M, Jacobson A M, Prosser L A, Lachin J M. What are the clinical, quality-of-life, and cost consequences of 30 years of excellent vs. poor glycemic control in type 1 diabetes?. J Diabetes Complicat 2018; 32:911-915.|
|type||journal paper/review (English)|
|date of publishing||12-06-2018|
|journal title||J Diabetes Complicat (32/10)|