DRUG NEWS: No pain, patients still gain

$3.95
Nursing2014
October 2004 
Volume 34  Number 10
Pages 30 - 30
 
  PDF Version Available!

ABSTRACT
 Outline

  • Source

    People with diabetes may soon be able to inhale insulin rather than injecting it. According to a new study, an inhaled form of insulin offers patients effective long-term control of blood glucose levels without painful injections.

    Previous 12-week studies showed inhaled insulin's effectiveness in treating types 1 and 2 diabetes. To gauge the treatment's long-term effectiveness, researchers followed 121 people from those previous studies for 1 year.

    Measures of long-term blood glucose levels, such as improvement in hemoglobin A1C levels, were similar in various groups of patients: those who continued taking inhaled insulin, those who switched from injected to inhaled insulin, those who continued taking injected insulin, and those who switched from inhaled to injected insulin. Episodes of low blood glucose levels were also similar among patients in all groups. But people using the inhaled insulin reported much greater satisfaction, ...

Purchase Now !

To purchase this item, follow the instructions below. If you’re not already logged in, be sure to enter your login information below to ensure that your item is saved to your File Drawer after you purchase it.

Not a member? Join now for Free!


Cost:$3.95
1) If you're not already logged in, enter your information below to save this item in your File Drawer for future viewing.

User name:


Password


Forgot your user name or password?
2)  If you have a coupon or promotional code, enter it
here.(If not, just click Continue.


Digital Coupon: (optional)

3)  Click Continue to go to the next screen, where
you'll enter your payment details.






jQuery UI Accordion - Default functionality

For life-long learning and continuing professional development, come to Lippincott's NursingCenter.

Nursing Jobs Plus
Featured Jobs
Recommended CE Articles

Debunking Three Rape Myths
Journal of Forensic Nursing, October/December 2014
Expires: 12/31/2016 CE:2.5 $24.95


Drug updates and approvals: 2014 in review
The Nurse Practitioner, 13December 2014
Expires: 12/31/2016 CE:3 $27.95


Can Food Processing Enhance Cancer Protection?
Nutrition Today, September/October 2014
Expires: 10/31/2016 CE:2 $21.95


More CE Articles

Subscribe to Recommended CE

Recommended Nursing Articles Evidence Based Practice Skin Care Network NursingCenter Quick Links What’s Trending Events