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Tight Glycemic Control for the Critically Ill

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    When attempting to control blood sugar levels in critically ill patients, how far should we go? Host Dr. Charles Turck probes this question and more with Dr. Brian Smith, director of education in clinical services of the pharmacy department of the University of Massachussetts (UMass) Memorial Medical Center and chair of the UMass Glycemic Control Task Force. Dr. Smith examines current evidence supporting tight glucose monitoring in an intensive care setting.

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    When attempting to control blood sugar levels in critically ill patients, how far should we go? Host Dr. Charles Turck probes this question and more with Dr. Brian Smith, director of education in clinical services of the pharmacy department of the University of Massachussetts (UMass) Memorial Medical Center and chair of the UMass Glycemic Control Task Force. Dr. Smith examines current evidence supporting tight glucose monitoring in an intensive care setting.

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Schedule13 Jun 2024