We quizzed test takers on the difference between Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes. 87% of respondents chose the best answer. We want to share this important info so you can pass it on to people living with diabetes and your colleagues, plus prepare for exam success! Before we start though, if you don’t want … Continue reading Rationale of the Week | Type 1 vs Type 2 Diabetes?
Based on the 2022 ADA Standards of Care, which of the following is the most accurate statement regarding chronic kidney disease and risk management? Monitor kidney function twice yearly if urinary albumin is 300 or greater and/or if GFR is 30-60. For people with GFR less than 60, relax glucose target to prevent hypoglycemia. If GFR … Continue reading Question of Week | New Standards for Kidney Disease
The 2022 ADA Standards of Care (SOC), have some exciting new updates that impact our clinical practice. We have updated our cheat sheets for your clinical practice and in preparation for certification exam success. Screen for diabetes at 35 years Given the increasing incidence of prediabetes and diabetes in younger populations, the ADA has adjusted … Continue reading New Cheat Sheets Reflect 2022 ADA Standards
We quizzed test takers on NPH insulin. 57% of respondents, chose the best answer. We want to share this important info so you can pass it on to people living with diabetes and your colleagues, plus prepare for exam success! Before we start though, if you don’t want any spoilers and haven’t tried the question … Continue reading Rationale of the Week | The truth about NPH Insulin?
Stay up-to-date with the new ADA Standards of Care by joining us for our 2022 Live Webinar Updates For your convenience, we have listed the schedule for our most popular upcoming courses below. You can purchase levels individually, or also bundle levels for cost savings and convenience. Your registration guarantees access to live and recorded … Continue reading 2022 Live Webinar Updates | Begins January 11, 2022
JS has newly diagnosed type 1, yet their parent has type 2 diabetes. They ask you the difference between the two types of diabetes. What is your best response? Type 1 and Type 2 are both autoimmune conditions, but people with type 2 don’t need insulin at first. Type 1 is due to a progressive … Continue reading Question of the Week | The Difference Between Type 1 & Type 2 Diabetes