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Lack of clear evidence for metformin in type 2 diabetes on insulin therapy

Lack of clear evidence for metformin in type 2 diabetes on insulin therapy

Metformin is widely used as a first line treatment for type 2 diabetes and it is usually continued when treatment is intensified, such as with other oral agents or by insulin therapy. This systematic review looked at whether metformin is actually beneficial to patients who are using insulin. Clinical question: In people with type 2 …

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More evidence needed on the benefits of CGM in children with type 1 and adults with type 2

Previous systematic reviews and meta-analyses have failed to turn up clear evidence on the benefits and harms of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) in children with type 1 diabetes and insulin-using patients with type 2 diabetes. This systematic review set out to update this state of affairs in the light of recent studies. In children with …

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