[Good glycaemic control can prevent diabetic peripheral neuropathy].


Diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) results in excess morbidity and mortality. Good glycaemic control is the only way to reduce the risk of DPN. A Cochrane review meta-analysed RCTs on the impact of improved glycaemic control on peripheral neuropathy (primary outcome). The few studies addressing the primary outcome showed that improving glycaemic control… (More)


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