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|Title:||Development of tools to assess the complication risk in maltese type 2 diabetic patients|
Cachia, Mario J.
Azzopardi, Lilian M.
|Keywords:||Diabetes -- Complications|
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes -- Malta
Non-insulin-dependent diabetes -- Disease management
|Publisher:||European Society of Clinical Pharmacy|
|Citation:||Azzopardi, L. M., Baldacchino, S., Cachia, M. J., Camilleri, L., Fava, S., & Serracino-Inglott, A. (2012). Development of tools to assess the complication risk in maltese type 2 diabetic patients. 41st ESCP Symposium on Clinical Pharmacy, Barcelona. 1.|
|Abstract:||Future hospital admission costs due to long-term diabetic complications could be cut down if patients are effectively treated to improve health outcomes. However treatment differentiation between high risk and low risk patients is necessary to ensure the sustainability of an intensive diabetes management program. Multivariate computer models enable a population to be classified in order of complication risk and aid clinical judgement in the assignment of intensive treatment to high risk patients.|
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