|Author:||Lisa Moore,Michael Bryer-Ash,Willa A. Hsueh|
|Title:||Contemporary Diagnosis and Management of Type 2 Diabetes|
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|FB2 size:||1631 kb|
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|Publisher:||Handbooks in Health Care, Inc. (July 1, 2003)|
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Having type 1 diabetes reduces the life expectancy of adults in the United Kingdom by as much as 13 years. 1 Despite incontrovertible evidence that good care reduces the risk of complications such as blindness, renal failure, and premature cardiovascular disease and death,2 as well as complications of treatment such as severe hypoglycaemia,3 fewer than 30% of UK adults with type. 1 diabetes achieve current national treatment targets for glucose control. 4 The challenges of managing type 1 diabetes do not lessen after the age of 18 years