Better diabetes care- March 2012

 

”The case for Tight Glycemic Control in Hospitalized Patients”

 

Listed below is the high level evidence on Tight Glycemic Control produced by NICE, SIGN and NHS based organisations. Also included are the European Society guidelines where available. This list is produced and maintained by HEFT Library Services to support VITAL 4 Medics core skills programme developed in the Trust.

 

HEFT Policies

 

Control of Hyperglycemia in the ill patient

Phil Dyer, Catherine Holmes, Sharon Jones, Urmila Griffiths HEFT. Next review date September 2012

 

Map of Medicine

 

None

 

National Guidelines & Non-UK Guidelines (includes Professional Bodies/Associations)

 

Management of diabetes – A national clinical guideline

SIGN 116 March 2010

http://www.sign.ac.uk/pdf/sign116.pdf

 

Systematic Reviews – Cochrane Library

 

NHS Evidence

 

2012

 

Raimund I. Herzog & Robert S. Sherwin

Diabetes: Can tight glycemic control in diabetes benefit cognition?

Nature Reviews Neurology 8, 124-126 (March 2012)

 

2011

 

O'Sullivan JB, Hanson R, Chan F, Bouchier-Hayes DJ

Tight glycaemic control is a key factor in wound healing enhancement strategies in an experimental diabetes mellitus model.

Irish Journal of Medical Science, March 2011, vol./is. 180/1(229-36)

 

Archer JR, Misra S, Simmgen M, Jones PW, Baker EH

Phase II study of tight glycaemic control in COPD patients with exacerbations admitted to the acute medical unit. BMJ Open, January 2011, vol./is. 1/1(e000210)

 

Haga KK, McClymont KL, Clarke S, Grounds RS, Ng KY, Glyde DW, Loveless RJ, Carter GH, Alston RP

The effect of tight glycaemic control, during and after cardiac surgery, on patient mortality and morbidity: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Journal Of Cardiothoracic Surgery, 2011, vol./is. 6/(3)

Available in Full Text: at ProQuest

 

Lawton J, Jenkins N, Darbyshire JL, Holman RR, Farmer AJ, Hallowell N

Challenges of maintaining research protocol fidelity in a clinical care setting: a qualitative study of the experiences and views of patients and staff participating in a randomized controlled trial.

Trials [Electronic Resource], 2011, vol./is. 12/(108)

Available in Full Text  at National Library of Medicine

 

Nichols JH

Blood glucose testing in the hospital: error sources and risk management.

Journal of Diabetes Science & Technology, January 2011, vol./is. 5/1(173-7)

Available in Full Text: at National Library of Medicine

 

2010

 

Barnett AH, Cradock S, Fisher M, Hall G, Hughes E, Middleton A

Key considerations around the risks and consequences of hypoglycaemia in people with type 2 diabetes.

International Journal of Clinical Practice, July 2010, vol./is. 64/8(1121-9)

Available in Full Text: at EBSCOhost

 

Cain D

Tight glycaemic control in the critically ill: losing its grip?.

British Journal of Hospital Medicine, April 2010, vol./is. 71/4(237)

Available in print at Good Hope Hospital Library

Available in Full Text: at EBSCOhost

Marik, PE, Preiser, JC

Toward Understanding Tight Glycemic Control in the ICU

A Systematic Review and Metaanalysis

Chest, March 2010 vol. 137 no. 3 544-551

 

2009

 

Demssie YN, Soran H, Younis N

Tight glycaemic control and cardiovascular disease in type 2 diabetes.

British Journal of Hospital Medicine, January 2009, vol./is. 70/1(31-2, 34)

Available in print at Good Hope Hospital Library

Available in Full Text: at EBSCOhost

 

Furnary AP

Clinical benefits of tight glycaemic control: focus on the perioperative setting.

Best Practice & Research. Clinical Anaesthesiology, December 2009, vol./is. 23/4(411-20)

 

Gunst J, Schetz M

Clinical benefits of tight glycaemic control: effect on the kidney.

Best Practice & Research. Clinical Anaesthesiology, December 2009, vol./is. 23/4(431-9)

 

Mesotten D, Van den Berghe G

Clinical benefits of tight glycaemic control: focus on the intensive care unit.

Best Practice & Research. Clinical Anaesthesiology, December 2009, vol./is. 23/4(421-9)

 

Nobels F, Lecomte P, Deprez N, Van Pottelbergh I, Van Crombrugge P, Foubert L

Tight glycaemic control: clinical implementation of protocols.

Best Practice & Research. Clinical Anaesthesiology, December 2009, vol./is. 23/4(461-72)

 

DuBose JJ, Nomoto S, Higa L, Paolim R, Teixeira PG, Inaba K, Demetriades D, Belzberg H

Nursing involvement improves compliance with tight blood glucose control in the trauma ICU: a prospective observational study.

Intensive & Critical Care Nursing, April 2009, vol./is. 25/2(101-7)

Available in print at Good Hope Hospital Library

Available in Full Text: at EBSCOhost EJS