Development of fully automated and ultrasensitive assays for urinary adiponectin and their application as novel biomarkers for diabetic kidney disease

Development of fully automated and ultrasensitive assays for urinary adiponectin and their application as novel biomarkers for diabetic kidney disease

Reactivities of T-AN and H-AN assays to adiponectin multimers and monomer fractionsA urine sample obtained from a patient with macroalbuminuria was fractionated using size exclusion chromatography (SEC) and fractions were analyzed using both T-AN and H-AN assays (Fig. 1). Similar to

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Rural hospitals look for cash flow solutions

5 startups seeking to improve payer/provider efficiency will be in the spotlight at INVEST Digital Health

Rural hospitals are an essential pillar of America’s healthcare system, representing more than half of all hospitals in the country and serving almost 20 percent of the population. Despite this important role, many are in financial crisis. One hundred fourteen

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Does high-dose vitamin D improve diabetic foot disease?

Is prediabetes associated with an increased risk of heart disease?

Posted by Medivizor on Sep 26, 2020 in Diabetes mellitus | In a nutshell This study looked at the effect of vitamin D supplements on diabetic neuropathy (DN; nerve damage). They found that taking high-dose vitamin D for 6 months reduced

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No Evidence of Increased Hospitalization Rate for COVID-19 in Community-Dwelling Patients With Type 1 Diabetes

Sex Differences in Coronary Artery Calcium and Mortality From Coronary Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, and All Causes in Adults With Diabetes: The Coronary Calcium Consortium

Evidence on the association between diabetes and adverse outcomes for the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) is emerging, but most studies start from observations in hospitalized patients (1–3). Uncertainty remains as to whether the predisposing factor for COVID-19 severity is

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Combating the Covid-19 loneliness epidemic takes the courage to talk about it

Combating the Covid-19 loneliness epidemic takes the courage to talk about it

With Covid-19 still forcing many Americans to stay at home, it should come as no surprise that the country faces an epidemic of loneliness. But as a panel discussion at the recently concluded MedCity INVEST Digital Health virtual conference illustrated,

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Sex Differences in Coronary Artery Calcium and Mortality From Coronary Heart Disease, Cardiovascular Disease, and All Causes in Adults With Diabetes: The Coronary Calcium Consortium

COVID-19 and Diabetes: Resource WebpageThe American Diabetes Association is dedicated to ensuring that you stay informed of the latest COVID-19 research and guidelines. Our new online page for diabetes professionals includes essential resources and information—including webinars, patient guidance, relevant news

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Current telehealth reimbursement still a “band-aid”, says Amwell’s CEO

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The future of telehealth has never been discussed with more fervor; between numerous IPOs, Teladoc’s proposed merger with Livongo, and rising patient awareness, it’s difficult not to get swept up in the excitement. And yet, several crucial questions still loom.

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