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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 28, Number 5, May 2011

The publication of Diabetes UK position statements and care recommendations
pp. 507-507(1)
Authors: Holt, R. I. G.; Young, B. S.; Hitman, G. A.; Alberti, K. G. M. M.

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Joint British Diabetes Societies guideline for the management of diabetic ketoacidosis
pp. 508-515(8)
Authors: Savage, M. W.; Dhatariya, K. K.; Kilvert, A.; Rayman, G.; Rees, J. A. E.; Courtney, C. H.; Hilton, L.; Dyer, P. H.; Hamersley, M. S.

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The effect of extensive flooding in Hull on the glycaemic control of patients with diabetes
pp. 519-524(6)
Authors: Ng, J.; Atkin, S. L.; Rigby, A. S.; Walton, C.; Kilpatrick, E. S.

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Exclusion of patients from quality measurement of diabetes care in the UK pay-for-performance programme
pp. 525-531(7)
Authors: Dalton, A. R. H.; Alshamsan, R.; Majeed, A.; Millett, C.

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Potential of education-based insulin therapy for achievement of good metabolic control: a real-life experience
pp. 539-542(4)
Authors: Albrecht, D.; Puder, J.; Keller, U.; Zulewski, H.

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Vegetarian diet improves insulin resistance and oxidative stress markers more than conventional diet in subjects with Type 2 diabetes
pp. 549-559(11)
Authors: Kahleova, H.; Matoulek, M.; Malinska, H.; Oliyarnik, O.; Kazdova, L.; Neskudla, T.; Skoch, A.; Hajek, M.; Hill, M.; Kahle, M.; Pelikanova, T.

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Nateglinide provides tighter glycaemic control than glyburide in patients with Type 2 diabetes with prevalent postprandial hyperglycaemia
pp. 560-566(7)
Authors: Bellomo Damato, A.; Stefanelli, G.; Laviola, L.; Giorgino, R.; Giorgino, F.

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What would be the outcome if the American Diabetes Association recommendations of 2010 had been followed in our pratice in 1998–2006?
pp. 567-574(8)
Authors: Cosson, E.; Nguyen, M. T.; Hamo-Tchatchouang, E.; Banu, I.; Chiheb, S.; Charnaux, N.; Valensi, P.

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A first national prevalence estimate of diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes in France in 18- to 74-year-old individuals: the French Nutrition and Health Survey 2006/2007
pp. 583-589(7)
Authors: Bonaldi, C.; Vernay, M.; Roudier, C.; Salanave, B.; Oleko, A.; Malon, A.; Castetbon, K.; Fagot-Campagna, A.

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Alterations in HbA1c with advancing age in subjects with normal glucose tolerance: Chandigarh Urban Diabetes Study (CUDS)
pp. 590-594(5)
Authors: RaviKumar, P.; Bhansali, A.; Walia, R.; Shanmugasundar, G.; Ravikiran, M.

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Temporal trends in diabetes prevalence and key diabetes risk factors in Scotland, 2003–2008
pp. 595-598(4)
Authors: Hamer, M.; Kengne, A. P.; Batty, G. D.; Cooke, D.; Stamatakis, E

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History of foot ulcers increases mortality among patients with diabetes in Northern Thailand
pp. 608-611(4)
Authors: Junrungsee, S.; Kosachunhanun, N.; Wongthanee, A.; Rerkasem, K.

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Oxygen (O2) kinetics during early recovery from peak exercise in patients with Type 2 diabetes
pp. 612-617(6)
Authors: Levinger, I.; Varley, M.; Jerums, G.; Hare, D. L.; Selig, S.

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Factitious self-manipulation of the external insulin pump in adolescents with Type 1 diabetes
pp. 623-624(2)
Authors: Moreau, F.; Spizzo, H.; Bursztejn, C.; Berthoux, V.; Agin, A.; Pinget, M.; Pasquali, J. L.; Kessler, L.

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Corrigendum
pp. 625-625(1)

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Erratum
pp. 625-625(1)

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