Even Silent Hypoglycemia Induces Cardiac Arrhythmias

@inproceedings{Clark2014EvenSH,
  title={Even Silent Hypoglycemia Induces Cardiac Arrhythmias},
  author={A. Lindesay Clark and Conor John Best and Simon J Fisher},
  booktitle={Diabetes},
  year={2014}
}
While many studies have shown that intensive glycemic control can prevent the microvascular complications of diabetes, the benefits of intensive glycemic control in preventing macrovascular complications, including heart attacks, strokes, and overall mortality, have been less clear. Intensive glycemic control almost always increases the frequency and severity of hypoglycemic episodes. What remains unclear is whether hypoglycemia directly contributes to, or is merely associated with, the… CONTINUE READING

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