Advance in prevention of diabetes mellitus following kidney transplantation

More ScienceDaily: Diabetes News Aug 8, 2011, 5:58 pm

Up to 30 percent of all patients develop diabetes mellitus within the first year after a kidney transplantation. This high rate could soon fall rapidly. An Austrian research team has discovered in the context of a study that preemptive insulin therapy drastically reduces this rate. … Read the Rest

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  • Keywords: Diabetes; Kidney Disease; Wounds and Healing; Hormone Disorders; Today’s Healthcare; Diseases and Conditions
  • Description: Up to 30 percent of all patients develop diabetes mellitus within the first year after a kidney transplantation. This high rate could soon fall rapidly. An Austrian research team has discovered in the context of a study that preemptive insulin therapy drastically reduces this rate.