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What are 3 microvascular complications of chronic diabetes?

1. Coronary artery disease
2. Cerebrovascular disease (stroke)
3. Peripheral vascular disease

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How much higher of a risk do diabetics have for CVD than normal individuals?

2-4x, more likely to have asymptomatic disease and worse clinical outcomes

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Risk factors for CVD with diabetes?

-AGe
-Duration of diab
-Poor gluc control
-hypertens
-Dyslipidemia
-Albuminuria and kidney dis
-Gender (W>M)
-Obesity
-Smioking
-Sedentary lifestyle

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Risk for macrovascular disease in type 1 vs type 2

Type 1: duration of diabetes is most impt factor, higher risk after 20-25 years with disease

Type 2: >50% have pre-existing CVD at time of diabetes diagnosis. Factors include underlying insulin resistance and presence of multiple CVD risk factors

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How do we prevent macrovascular dis?

-Glucose, BP and lipid control
-Reduc of microalbuminuria
-Wt loss and exercise
-Smoking cessation
-Aspirin for selected pts

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Diabetes Control and Complications Trial (DCCT)

Put newly diagnosed T1D patients on either conventional (insulin 2x/day) or intensive (mult daily injections or insulin pump) therapy and followed for 6.5 yrs.

Intensive therapy showed a dec in microvasc complications, but CV complications were not stat signif

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Epidemiology of Diabetes Interventions and Complications STudy (EDIC)

Followed up the DCCT for about 20 years, but all pts were offered intensive therapy
-discovered metabolic memory (risk reduction in retinopathy and microalbuminuria persisted)

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UKPDS

-Put newly diagnosed T2D pts on conventional or intensive (Sulfonylurea or metformin) therapy and followed up for about 10 yrs. Found a 25% dec in microvasc dis with intensive therapies but, CV outcomes were not stat signif.

-Also found that blood pressure control reduced retinopathy risk

-Followed up post-trial and found a significant dec in diabetes related death and MI in intensive therapy group, mortality benefit was greater with metformin

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Newer trials (VADT/ACCORD/ADVANCE)

Tried to control T2D even more aggressively
-No dec in CV outcomes, but more confounding factors tho (like older pts, longer disease etc)
-ACCORD found inc mortality with intensive therapy

-All studies failed to show a dec in macrovascular outcomes with intensive glycemic control

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Retinopathy screening

-Annual dilated eye examination
-Women who are pregnant need an eye exam, retinopathy risk inc during preg

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Nephropathy screening

-Annual urine microalbumin and creatinine
Type 1: 5 yrs post diag, Type 2: at diag

-Confirm abnormal test

-Annual serum creatinine

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Neuropathy screening

-Annual exam (type 1 after 5 yrs, type 2 right away)
-Screen for signs and symptoms of cardiovasc autonomic neuropathy
-Peripheral neuropathy and foot care req inspection, pulses, sensation, vibration tests (like monofilament testing) and self care

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CV Screening and Prevention

-Check BP
-Fasting lipid panel annually
-Aspirin therapy for some pts

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Findings of the DCCT/EDIC

Glycemic control in T1D improves micro and macrovascular outcomes

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Findings of UKPDS

Glycemic control in T2D improves micro and macro outcomes (new onset)

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Findings of VADT/ACCORD/ADVANCE

Found that near normal glycemic control in pts with long standing T2D and multiple cardiac risk factors does not prevent CV events

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Risk factor management for macrovascular complications

BP, dyslipidemia, microalbuminuria, wt loss/exercise, smoking cessation, asprin (secondary prevention or high-risk)