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Podcast: Impact of (i)CGM on hypoglycaemia in my clinical practice

Dr Ulrik Pedersen-Bjergaard and Dr Elizabeth Seaquist discuss their experiences implementing CGM technology in clinical practice to support patients with diabetes and reduce the incidence of hypoglycaemia

Podcast: Hypoglycaemia and the heart

Dr. Lawrence Leiter and Dr. Brian Frier discusses “Hypoglycaemia and the heart”, or how severe hypoglycaemia affects cardiovascular outcomes in people with diabetes.  References: Frier BM, Heller SR, McCrimmon RJ,

First comes knowledge

Reducing the risk of hypoglycaemia depends on having the right information—and using it.

Connecting hypoglycemia and CVD risk

Reducing the risk of hypoglycaemia is a multifaceted challenge. For starters, health providers need to understand which behaviours raise and decrease the risk, so they can communicate this information to individuals with diabetes and the people who care for them.

Pediatric Diabetes

Children and teens are a lot of wonderful things. “Easy” is not one of them. When dealing with pediatric diabetes, clinicians should prepare for a different clinical picture, different behaviours,

Dead in bed syndrome

Dead in bed syndrome understandably strikes terror in the hearts of people with type 1 diabetes and their families. Clinicians, for their part, may find it difficult to discuss the

The Sniff Test – Benefits and limitations of diabetes alert dogs

Dogs serve an important role in enhancing human health and well-being, from guiding people with disabilities and calming people on the autism spectrum to sensing allergens and other potential medical

A Blow to the Brain

Impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia (IAH) is a common, frustrating, and potentially dangerous problem for people with diabetes who use insulin. While researchers have yet to unravel the physiological underpinnings of