INDUSTRY OVERVIEW 5 Diabetics Cut Back Spending on Disease Management Amid Recession 5 Diabetes Reaching Epidemic Proportions, Outlook Bright for Blood Glucose Meters and Strips 5 Table 1: Worldwide Prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus by Region: 2010 & 2030 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) 6 Current & Future Analysis 6 Blood Glucose Strips: A Well Established Market 7 Blood Glucose Meters: Market with Substantial Growth 7 Self- Monitoring of Blood Glucose (SMBG): Remains a Viable Option 7 Key Growth Drivers 8 Technological Advancements Spur Growth 9 Market Structure 10 Table 2: Leading Players in the World Blood Glucose Monitoring Market (2008): Percentage Market Share Breakdown for Roche, Lifescan Inc.
What does DM stand for?
DM stands for Diabetes Mellitus
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- Detachable Magazine
- Detection and Monitoring (US DoD)
- Deutsche Mark (German Mark)
- Developed Market
- Development Machine (Corel)
- Development Manager
- Development Module
- Development Motor
- Device Manager
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Research has suggested that diabetes mellitus modifies the impact of air pollution exposures on cardiovascular outcomes.
In the past 25 years, the prevalence of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus have increased concomitantly, and the age at onset of type 2 diabetes mellitus has dropped precipitously, especially in black females," the authors write as background information in the article.
In conjunction with the study, researchers assessed Type 2 diabetes mellitus risk in relation to self-reported bra-cup size among 90,000 American women.
Effect of treatment of gestational diabetes mellitus on pregnancy outcomes.
To the Editor: Several reports in the literature have associated treatment with atypical antipsychotic medications with the development of diabetes mellitus or related events, infrequent case reports have described presentations with severe acute complications such as diabetic ketoacidosis.
Two other factors likely to contribute to the high rates of TB are renal failure (1-3) and the high prevalence of diabetes mellitus in patients from the Indian subcontinent, a group in whom we have noted a high incidence of end-stage renal disease (6).
com/research/9ssmhp/global_diabetes) has announced the addition of the "Global Diabetes Mellitus - Type 1 Drug Pipeline Capsule - 2012 Update" report to their offering.