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She was 150. Minutes later, her sugar dropped to 60. Ross lost vision and feeling in her body. Kim pulled her out of the pool and called 911. “I’ve had some pretty scary lows that put me in the hospital,” the 14-year-old Southeast High School freshman said. “It happens four or five times a week.” Ross was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in 2015 in the beginning of her seventh-grade year. She’s the first in her family to be diagnosed with diabetes. The symptoms, glucose monitor and blood sugar checks before eating or doing anything were a learning experience for everyone, but Ross felt alone. This summer, she went away to Camp Ho Mita Koda in Newbury Township in Geauga County. It’s the oldest and only camp in northeast Ohio for children ages 4 to 17 with diabetes. Ross will speak today at the camp’s fundraiser about how the experience changed her life. “I wanted to go because I never had a connection with anyone that knew what I was going through,” Ross said.
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Medicare Patients With Diabetes at Risk of Overtreatment More Medicare recipients are overtreated than undertreated for diabetes, yet rarely have their regimens been scaled back or deintensified, leaving them at increased risk of potentially life-threatening complications, say researchers. Analysis of claims data and prescription refills from 78,792 Medicare recipients with diabetes in 10 states shows that 8560 (10.9%) were potentially overtreated compared with 6.9% who were potentially undertreated, according to Matthew L Maciejewski, PhD, of Duke University and Durham Veterans Affairs Medical Center, NC, and colleagues, reporting in the Journal of General Internal Medicine. Only 14% of those who were overtreated were taken off previously recommended treatments, the study authors say. Major trials have shown that in older patients and in those with comorbidities, aggressive diabetes control carries substantial risks. Severe hypoglycemia, cardiovascular events, cognitive impairment, fractures, and death associated with overtreatment of diabetes “can happen at any time,” note Dr Maciejewski and colleagues. “Optimizing glucose control is clinically difficult, but it is a public-health imperative.” To compare the rates and patient characteristics associated with overtreatment and undertreatment of diabetes in the same cohort of patients, the researchers examined records for Medicare patients with at least one HbA1c lab result available between January 1, 2011, and June 30, 2011. Patients with an HbA1c of < 6.5% at a single point in 2011, with fills for any diabetes medications beyond metformin, were considered potentially overtreated; those with HbA1c > 9% were considered undertreated. Overtreatment of diabetes was more common among Medicaid recipients older than 75 years of age (12%). It was also more common in those who qualified for both Medicare and Medicaid because of low incomes or serious disability (13.4%) and ranged from 11% for non-Hispanic blacks to 9.6% for those of “other” race/ethnicity.
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