Dengue patients aged 60 years and above or those with multiple comorbidities particularly diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and asthma, have an elevated risk for severe organ involvement, according to a Singapore study.
Fenofibrate therapy does not affect the risk of myocardial infarction (MI) and stroke in individuals with diabetes on statin therapy. However, individuals with dyslipidemia may derive some benefit from fenofibrate, according to findings of the ACCORDION study, a follow-up of the ACCORD trial.
The desire to undergo bariatric surgery is driven by the hope for diabetes remission, reduction of medication, and prevention of complications in diabetes patients in Singapore, a recent study found.
Low body mass index (BMI) and persistence of symptoms appear to influence antibiotic use among Singaporeans, a recent study demonstrated.
Fish oil supplementation or aspirin do not reduce the risk of new arteriovenous fistula (AVF) failure, findings from the FAVOURED* study show.