Risk Factor Management can prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes

    Risk Factor Management can prevent Heart Attacks and Strokes                                         
                                    Diabetes office visit        " fixing the 9 "   
*CREATED BY David Calder MD to provide an always at your finger tips comprehensive diabetes management tool , that will simplify your diabetes care and help you preserve your good health. 
Diabetes control is more than just controlling blood glucose levels.
Heart disease and stroke risk is increased for people with diabetes and is the number one cause of disability and death for people with and without diabetes. 
This does not have to happen, It is your choice.     Chose wisely.

9 primary Risk Factors
Over 36 million people in the United States with diabetes have 9 primary risk factors to manage.   ( just numbers ) I did not include smokers or older age which are also major risk factors     
One study found that only 7% of people with diabetes achieve target goals for A1c, Cholesterol and blood pressure. (JAMA 2004; 291:335-342, a recent update in 2010 showed an improvement to 11%) 
Diabetes Office Visit can significantly improve those numbers by simplifying risk management to managing 9 numbers. 

How do we do it? 

Simple and Specific Goals Empower each of us to do better

Start Simple, Set Goals 
Initially, you don’t have to know what the numbers mean to affect them.You just need to learn the targets and what levers to pull to move your numbers toward the target. The first lever to pull is learning how to discuss the Lab values with your doctor. The Diabetes Office visit suite empowers you to have that conversation.
Remember : “ You fail to achieve 100% of the goals you don’t set “ 

Be Specific
Diabetes Office Visit provides the goals and a patient-focused template for a conversation with your doctor about your goals. The point is to focus each conversation on the specific goals where you are not hitting the target. 
Repeat, Repeat, Repeat. 
Over time, repeated conversations about your lab values create opportunities for you to learn how to better manage this disease. 
Our goal is to empower you to gain understanding of this disease over time and actively partner with your health care provider to manage it. 

Fixing the Nine, Why it Works 
Correcting just one risk factor is already proven effective !  
The Heart Protection Study,focused on LDL cholesterol over a 5 year period and prevented a major vascular event in 70 to 100 people per 1000. A key finding was that regardless of whether you do or don’t have diabetes, and whether you do or don’t have heart disease, you benefit from treating one risk factor for heart disease. 
Correcting a few more cardiovascular risk factors saves lives... 
 For example Blood Pressure control reduces the risk of heat disease and stroke among people with diabetes by 33 to 50 percent. 
Preserve your good health“Fixing the nine”  will work for you. 

Diabetes office visit provides you with the tools to make this happen 

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If you are unhappy with this app Ebook or paper back book for any reason , I will return your money. 
Thank you David Calder,MD


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