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This pilot randomised controlled trial (RCT) aims to assess the feasibility of using a new type of risk communication intervention for people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in primary care and to evaluate its potential impact on risk perceptions and self-management behaviour. The study comprises 40 participants with T2DM randomly allocated to usual care supported by the risk communication intervention or usual care only.
We plan an R33 phase trial in which 120 persons with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) will be randomized (using a 1:1 ratio) to education alone (Ed) on following a carbohydrate restricted diet for T2DM, or this same education content with added mindful eating/Mindfulness-Based Intervention components (Ed+MBI).
The investigators aimed to assess the efficacy and safety of Beinaglutide versus glargine , in individuals with type 2 diabetes who did not achieve adequate glycaemic control with oral antidiabetic drug.
The investigators aim to determine the effect of suvorexant on subjective total sleep time (TST) in suboptimally controlled Type 2 diabetics with chronic insomnia in a randomized placebo-controlled trial for 3 months.
Ramadan fasting is an important event for Muslims. During Ramadan, all healthy Muslims are asked to abstain from food and drink throughout the day and eat only during daybreak (also know as Sahur in Malay/Arabic language) and after sunset (also know as Iftar in Malay/Arabic language). Patients with type 2 diabetes (T2DM) can be exempted from fasting but most of them do not perceive themselves as sick, and they continue to fast. With so many Muslims with diabetes choosing to fast, there is an immediate need for evidence-based nutrition practice guidelines. This study is conducted to determine the feasibility of implementing the Ramadan Nutrition Plan named My Dia-RNP that is also incorporating diabetes-specific nutrition formula on dietary adherence and acceptability in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus. We hypothesized that My Dia-RNP is feasible to be practiced by patients with type 2 diabetes.
This study evaluates clinical and radiographic parameters among riks factor groups in patients with periimplantitis. This study will also treat and evaluate the patients response before and after surgical treatment.
Epidemiologic studies have revealed a tremendous increase in the prevalence of diabetes and related mortality worldwide. In order to meet all the challenges in the treatment of metabolic diseases in China, the National Metabolic Management Center (MMC) was founded in 2016. The objective of the MMC is to launch a new metabolic disease management model based on the Internet health information platform. It allows the application and evaluation of diabetes treatment strategies at these centers. The proprietary electronic medical database in the MMC will help the dynamic big-data analysis in diabetes epidemiology, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment. It will also provide prospective data support including economic evaluation in management of chronic diseases for the Healthy China 2030 strategy. Objective 1. The purpose of the present study is to establish a multi-center nationwide prospective database of diabetes patients in MMCs, including clinical data, biological samples library so as to explore the epidemiology, genetics, new biomarkers, risk factors, and prognostic methods related to diabetes and its complications, as well as other metabolic diseases. 2. To collect cross-sectional data from patients seen and treated at each MMC centers so as to evaluate: the current status of care of patients with diabetes and its related complications, as well as other risk factors treatment strategies at these centers. Patients'costs and quality of life (QoL) will also be evaluated. 3. To collect the prospective data of patients treated at each MMC centers in order to evaluate the strategies for the achievement of treatment goals, changes in management, control of risk factors, incidence and progression of all-diabetes related clinical endpoints (including mortality), behavioral changes, psychological well being as well as costs and QoL.
This is a multicentre observational study to investigate the improvement in glucose fluctuation of sufficient acarbose therapy on type 2 diabetes patient with high blood glucose fluctuation
Canada is the only country with a universal health insurance system that does not provide coverage for prescription drugs to all residents. One-third of working-age Canadians have no insurance. Importantly, many of these uninsured patients already face other barriers to good health: low income, new immigrants, single mothers, etc. For these patients, taking prescription drugs - especially chronic disease treatments that may be required lifelong - can be difficult due to high costs. Patients skip doses, delay renewing prescriptions, or simply do not fill prescriptions recommended by their doctors, because they do not have insurance to cover the costs of prescriptions. Previous research by our team has suggested that the lack of a universal drug insurance program for working-age Canadians affects the health and well-being of low-income people with diabetes. The goal of our research is to determine the clinical and economic impact of providing drug coverage for uninsured type 2 diabetics.
Primary Objective: To assess the absolute bioavailability of sotagliflozin via administration of an intravenous (IV) microdose of a 14C-sotagliflozin tracer on top of a single oral dose of unlabeled sotagliflozin without charcoal administration Secondary Objectives: - To assess the PK of sotagliflozin and its main metabolite sotagliflozin-3-O-glucuronide (M19) after a single oral dose of sotagliflozin and an IV microdose of a 14C-sotagliflozin tracer without charcoal administration - To assess the safety and tolerability of single doses of sotagliflozin when administered with and without charcoal