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2014 Diabetes Care Standards Issued by ADA — Physician’s First Watch

Medical News |
December 23, 2013

2014 Diabetes Care Standards Issued by ADA

By the Editors

The American Diabetes Association has issued "Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes — 2014" as a free supplement to Diabetes Care.

The 67-page document gives guidance on screening, diagnosis, and management and describes the level of evidence supporting each recommendation. An executive summary condenses it all to under 10 pages.

Reader Comments (9)

Mona

I am interested in this article

FRANCISCO MICHASUS Physician, Family Medicine/General Practice, MEXICO

Very exhaust and excellent work, is very important to family physician and diabetes educator

Speranta Babeanu PhD Physician, Geriatrics, private outpatient Dpt

THE summary is even more complete than the guide from the american diabetes association. I would like to add for the evalution of overweight individuals the waist size

LAITH ALDABBAGH Physician, Internal Medicine, Iraq,kufa medical college

Comprehensive and helpful information in the executive summary

Ferhat Deniz Physician, Endocrinology, GATA HAYDARPASA TEACHING HOSPITAL TURKEY

Thank you all for wonderful job.

William M. Petty, M.D. Physician, Obstetrics/Gynecology, Wake Forest University School of Medicine

I am looking forward to reading this executive summary.

Zahoorul Haq MBBS, FRCP(UK), FRCP(Ireland) Physician, Internal Medicine, Republic of Ireland

Excellent job.

GERALD BOTKO Physician, Dentistry, VA Miami Helathcare system

Important treating inforamtion for our surgical cases.

GERALD BOTKO Physician, Dentistry, VA Miami

Important treating information.especailly for our surgical cases.

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