Controlling Glucose in Diabetes Patients With AMI

An investigation of patients with diabetes who were hospitalized for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) suggests that few undergo glucose therapy intensification (GTI) at discharge. The research team added that long-term glucose control appears to be poor among patients with diabetes who suffer an AMI. Only about 31% of patients in the study underwent GTI, which occurred most frequently among those in whom clinical A1C was measured. Abstract: Diabetes Care, March 12, 2012...