New recommendations will suggest LESS intensive blood-glucose lowering in hospitalized patients

New recommendations will suggest LESS intensive blood-glucose lowering in hospitalized patients.

The trend has been towards more intensive glycemic control in hospitalized patients...especially in critical care patients.

But new evidence shows a higher mortality in ICU patients treated to an average blood glucose of 115 mg/dL compared to 144 mg/dL.

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