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DPP-4-inhibitors – What are the similarities, where are the differences?

With the increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes and its complications throughout the world, there is a need for efficient and safe therapeutic strategies. The dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors have become important oral glucose lowering drugs for the management of patients with type 2...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2012
Authors: Matthias Blüher
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DPP-4-inhibitors – What are the similarities, where are the differences?

With the increasing prevalence of type 2 diabetes and its complications throughout the world, there is a need for efficient and safe therapeutic strategies. The dipeptidyl peptidase-4 (DPP-4) inhibitors have become important oral glucose lowering drugs for the management of patients with type 2...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2012
Authors: Matthias Blüher
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Diabetic retinopathy 1

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the most common microvascular complication of diabetes mellitus (DM) and one of the most common causes of blindness in working age. The emergence and development of DR and diabetic macular edema (DME) are influenced by systemic and ocular risk factors. The Global...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2012
Authors: Mária Molnárová
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Recent aspects of antihypertensive treatment in patients with diabetic nephropathy

The occurrence and progression of diabetic nephropathy (DN) is a result of interaction of different metabolic and haemodynamic factors, abnormal stimulation of rennin-angiotensin system (RAS), with the contribution of endothelium dysfunction and reactive oxygen radicals. The increase in...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2012
Authors: Silvester Krčméry, Ľubomír Polaščín, Rastislav Tahotný, Zuzana Gábrišová, Klára Soláriková
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Glucose variability: a new parameter of diabetes compensation?

Glycated hemoglobin and other parameters currently used to assess diabetes compensation do not necessarily reflect a complete real picture of diabetes control in all patients. Patients with profound oscillations of blood glucose from hypo- to hyperglycemic values with relatively satisfactory...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2-3 / 2012
Authors: Martin Haluzík
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Endothelial dysfunction and multiorganomultivascular (polyorganopolyvascular) disease

Aim: The aim of this Document of the Angiologists´ Section of the Slovak Medical Chamber (AS SMC, 2012) is to address a number of studies on endothelial dysfunction, arterial hypertension, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes mellitus published in the last years in order to assess their...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2-3 / 2012
Authors: Peter Gavorník, Andrej Dukát, Ľudovít Gašpar, Martin Čaprnda, Alena Uhrinová, Kristína Letková, Naďa Hučková, Laura Gužiková, Katarína Böhmerová, Peter Sabaka, Jana Hodulíková, Gabriela Gubová, Alexandra Kunová, Mária Šulanová
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Diabetes mellitus and hypertension – lethal duo

Last decades are characterized by pandemic of diabesity and subsequent cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. This extremely severe problem of populations all over the world all the time increases. Diabetes mellitus and hypertension represent duo, which represents which the largest proportion...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2-3 / 2012
Authors: Andrej Dukát, Slavomíra Filipová, Peter Gavorník, Martin Čaprnda, Lucia Mistríková, David Baláž, 
ľudovít Gašpar
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Continuous glucose concentration monitoring

Continuous glucose monitoring is technology revolution in diabetology similar to holter ECG monitoring in cardiology. With goal of the diabetes treatment to achieve almost normal glucose concentration in blood, continuous glucose monitoring can help in hypoglycemia risk reduction. Continuous...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2-3 / 2012
Authors: Matej Bendžala, Boris Krahulec, Peter Sabaka, Michal Makovník, Ľudovít Gašpar
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Diabetic retinopathy 2: Treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema

Treatment of diabetic retinopathy and diabetic macular oedema is based on the new knowledge in the pathogenesis of the disease. Treatment of DR and DEM has two levels: 1st level: good glycaemic control, which was confirmed by conclusions of clinical trials: Wisconsin Epidemiologic Study of...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2-3 / 2012
Authors: Mária Molnárová
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Duration of Action as an Important Characteristic of Antihypertensive Drugs

A variety of drugs are available for the treatment of hypertension. They have traditionally been characterized by their mode of action, e.g. diuretics, ACE-inhibitors, angiotensin receptor antagonists, calcium channel blockers. Despite marked differences in the mechanisms decreases in blood...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Rainer Düsing
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Duration of Action as an Important Characteristic of Antihypertensive Drugs

A variety of drugs are available for the treatment of hypertension. They have traditionally been characterized by their mode of action, e.g. diuretics, ACE-inhibitors, angiotensin receptor antagonists, calcium channel blockers. Despite marked differences in the mechanisms decreases in blood...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Rainer Düsing
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Heart failure and diabetes

Diabetes mellitus and heart failure are nowadays both diseases of epidemic characteristics. Diabetes seems to be an engine of heart failure development. More severe heart failure forms have more frequently presence of diabetes. This is true for both systolic and diastolic heart failure types. In...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Ján Murín, Jozef Bulas
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Diabetes mellitus in acute heart failure and acute coronary syndrome

Diabetes mellitus type 2 (DM2T) is a complex, chronic, in many ways unique, incurable (but treatable) disease with a worldwide increase of prevalence. The aim of this work is to analyse presence of DM2T in patients admitted due to acute heart failure (AHF) and patients admitted due to acute...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Miroslav Pernický, Marta Filková Karabová, Ján Murín
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Diabetes and atrial fibrillation

Atrial fibrillation is the most common sustained arrhythmia in routine clinical practice and is associated mainly with heart failure and thromboembolic events, particularly stroke. Its incidence increases with age and with improvements in treatment of other cardiovascular diseases. Similar...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Ján Murín, Marta Filková Karabová, Miroslav Pernický, Martin Wawruch
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Cardiorenal syndrome in the context of diabetes mellitus

Cardiorenal syndrome is defined as a disorder of the heart and kidney whereby acute or chronic dysfunction in one organ may induce acute or chronic dysfunction of the other. From the recently introduced five-degree classification of cardiorenal syndrome, the fifth subtype, so called secondary...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Marta Filková Karabová, Ján Murín
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Diabetes mellitus and its complications: case report

Case report describes 53 years old longtime diabetic patient, hospitalized due to unhealed defect in the right lower extremity, fever and shortness of breath. When patient was admitted, complained about pain and swelling of the right lower extremity, defect with excretion of pus. Associated with...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 1 / 2013
Authors: Naďa Hučková, Laura Gužiková, Peter Sabaka, Jana Hodulíková, Ľudovít Gašpar
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Antihypertensive medication in type 2 diabetics

A key component of diabetes management is a reduction in blood pressure (BP). Antihypertensive medication should be initiated in all diabetics with BP ≥ 140/90 mm Hg. In diabetic patients with high normal BP (130–139/85–89 mm Hg), antihypertensive therapy can be recommended only in those...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2 / 2013
Authors: R. Cífková
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Diabetic foot: epidemiological data and current topical treatment options

Risk of diabetic foot amputation is 15–40 times higher than in the general population and is linked to diabetic foot syndrome (SDN), a condition defined as infection, ulceration and / or tissue destruction as a result of foot neuropathy and / or ischemia. SDN in the course of the disease may...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2 / 2013
Authors: E. Martinka
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Pathophysiological aspects of diabetic foot syndrome

Diabetic foot syndrome is a serious complication of the underlying disease diabetes mellitus. It is defined as ulceration or destruction of tissues distal to the ankle complicated under adverse circumstances with infection or gangrene and lead to undesirable limb amputation. In etiopathogenesis...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2 / 2013
Authors: B. Krahulec, L. Štrbová
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Radiological diagnostics and interventional therapy of diabetic foot

The aim of this work is to provide informations on current radiological imaging methods used in diagnosis and treatment of diabetic foot and its complications. Noninvasive methods are used: X-ray image, ultrasonography, CT scan, MR-imaging, scintigraphy, PET/CT scan. Invasive methods...

Source: Forum Diabetologicum
Issue: 2 / 2013
Authors: H. Poláček, K. Zeleňák, J. Sýkora, M. Števík, I. Šinák, R. Talapková, D. Mištuna, M. Vorčák
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