Diabetes linked to increased risk of death due to pulmonary edema

Men with diabetes were nearly three times as likely to die of pulmonary edema, while women with diabetes faced a nearly fivefold risk of dying from the condition compared with control groups without diabetes, according to a study presented at the European Association for the Study of Diabetes meeting. The research tracked data on a number of noncardiac causes of death including pneumonia, pancreatitis and other causes. MedPage Today (free registration) (10/3)

Last Updated 7/11/2017

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