The European Medical Journal Presents: EMJ Diabetes 6.1
London, United Kingdom, November 20, 2018
EMJ Diabetes 6.1 is now available, presenting a full review of the 54th Annual Meeting of the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD 2018), this year held in Berlin, Germany.
As always, the latest EMJ Diabetes publication features an assortment of peer-reviewed articles that are sure to fascinate every diabetologist and endocrinologist, with topics ranging from the management of diabetic dyslipidaemia to the use of wearable devices in the management of diabetes. In addition, the eJournal contains key insights from members of the EMJ Diabetes Editorial Board and a selection of captivating Abstract Reviews taken from the array of presentations on show at EASD 2018.
EASD 2018 welcomed attendees from around the world who gathered to share their knowledge and research and hold thought-provoking discussions, all of which is contained within the extensive Congress Review within EMJ Diabetes, which details the common misdiagnosis of diabetes in patients >30 years old, updated guidelines for the management of hyperglycaemia, and more.
The EMJ team are certain that EMJ Diabetes 6.1 will provide a springboard for productive discussion within the medical community and hope the information presented inside will inspire new developments within clinical practice.
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Notes to Editors
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