Endo News Roundup: Diabetes Complications & Risks

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The risk of developing diabetes in ICU survivors with stress hyperglycemia is similar to the risk in women with gestational diabetes.

Three new studies show that a common complication of diabetes, cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy, predicts cardiovascular events in type 1 diabetes mellitus (T1DM); women with gestational DM have an increased risk of macrovascular complications whether or not they develop T2DM; and stress hyperglycemia identifies critically ill patients who are at risk of subsequently developing diabetes.

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