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DSM-IV Criteria for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) • Depressed mood or a loss of interest or pleasure in daily activities for more than two weeks. • Mood represents a change from the person's…
MICROALBUMINURIA AS A PREDICTOR OF CLINICAL NEPHROPATHY IN INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETES MELLITUS
High Blood Glucose Concentration Is a Risk Factor for Mortality in Middle-Aged Nondiabetic Men: 20-year follow-up in the Whitehall Study, the Paris Prospective Study, and the Helsinki Policemen Study
If early intervention aimed at lowering blood glucose concentrations can be shown to reduce mortality, it may be justified to lower the levels of both 2-h and fasting glucose, which define diabetes.
Mortality from coronary heart disease and stroke in relation to degree of glycaemia: the Whitehall study.
Within the glucose intolerant and diabetic groups the risk factors most strongly related to subsequent death from coronary heart disease were age and blood pressure, with less consistent relations for smoking, cholesterol concentration, and obesity.
The Role of Circulating Glucose and Triglyceride Concentrations and Their Interactions with Other “Risk Factors” as Determinants of Arterial Disease in Nine Diabetic Population Samples from the WHO…
In 9 of the 14 national samples of diabetic patients assembled for the WHO Multinational Study of Vascular Disease in Diabetes additional laboratory data made it possible to relate manifestations of…
Cardiorespiratory disease and diabetes among middle-aged male Civil Servants. A study of screening and intervention.
The Bedford Survey: Ten year mortality rates in newly diagnosed diabetics, borderline diabetics and normoglycaemic controls and risk indices for coronary heart disease in borderline diabetics
It is concluded that borderline diabetes (or impaired glucose tolerance) is associated with a relatively greater increase in mortality risk in women than men.
Economics of coronary artery bypass grafting
- R. Jarrett
- MedicineBritish medical journal
- 31 August 1985
The data confirm not only the negative correlatltn between smoking and uicerative colitis but also the positive correlation between carbohydrate consumption and inflammatory bowel disease and the seemingly protective effect of vegetable residue on these diseases.
Microalbuminuria Predicts Mortality in Noninsulin‐dependent Diabetes
- R. Jarrett, G. Viberti, A. Argyropoulos, R. Hill, U. Mahmud, T. Murrells
- MedicineDiabetic medicine : a journal of the British…
- 1 May 1984
In multivariate analyses age and AER were independent predictors of both mortality and time to death, with AER having the greater degree of significance.
Risk factors for macrovascular disease in diabetes mellitus: the London follow-up to the WHO Multinational Study of Vascular Disease in Diabetics
Patients with diabetes share many of the established risk factors for non-diabetic subjects, in addition proteinuria may be of significance in the prediction of macrovascular disease in diabetes.