Scott Thiel

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Diagnosis and treatment of diabetes changed little from the Middle Ages through the early 19th century, when the first chemical test for the condition was developed. In the 20th century, advances in diabetes management gained momentum with home-use diagnostic devices and mass-produced insulin. In the 21st century, technological developments around diabetes(More)
The data on the quality of care of patients with lung cancer in Germany are insufficient. Although the National Lung Cancer Guideline from 2010 provides a good scientific basis for the management of the frequently complex pathways, no evidence exists showing how the relevant guideline recommendations are implemented nationwide or which treatment options(More)
Home healthcare is vital for a large percentage of the population. According to data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), 7 million people in the United States receive home healthcare annually. The use of medical devices in the home and other nonclinical environments is increasing dramatically. By the(More)
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