Overcoming the Challenges in Implementing Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Prevention Programs Can Decrease the Burden on Healthcare Costs in the United States.

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metformin 3976 interventions of diet and exercise. If the at-risk patient was less than 60 years of age, the diabetic drug metformin was prescribed [[7]]. Borderline DM patients were at risk for microvascular complications including
metformin 8679 divided 3234 participants with prediabetes into three intervention groups: lifestyle modifications, metformin administration, and a control cohort using placebo [[10]]. The placebo cohort and the metformin cohort
metformin 8775 modifications, metformin administration, and a control cohort using placebo [[10]]. The placebo cohort and the metformin cohort were given 850 mg dosage pill once daily for the first month, followed by twice daily for the
metformin 9381 enrolled in the DPP for exactly 3 years. By the 2-year mark of the study, the participants who were in the metformin group were more likely to develop diabetes than those who were in the lifestyle intervention group.
metformin 9771 58%.Consistently, for the rest of the 10-year study duration, there were always more participants in the metformin group who developed diabetes than those in the lifestyle intervention group. The placebo group had the
metformin 10028 transitioned to the diabetic state at all points of the study. This showed that lifestyle interventions and metformin administration were both good options in delaying the onset of DM in comparison to no interventions
metformin 10465 lifestyle intervention group equated to $26,810 over a ten-year time frame. The weighted average for the metformin group was $27,384 and for the placebo group was $29,007 [[10]]. The study successfully showed that from
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diabetes mellitus 1174 was a correlation between household income, geographic residence in the US, and risk for developing diabetes mellitus type 2, aside from the accepted risk factors such as high BMI. In conclusion, implementation of the
diabetes mellitus 1792 system, be affordable and accessible for all participants, and decrease economic burden attributed to diabetes mellitus .1. IntroductionIn 2016, the CDC reported that 29 million Americans were diabetic, and three times more
diabetes mellitus 2272 developing diabetes included those who were overweight, above 45 years of age, had a family history of diabetes mellitus (DM), were not physically active, and/or had gestational diabetes [[1]].Recently, longitudinal studies
diabetes mellitus 8022 was a correlation between household income, geographic residence in the US, and risk for developing diabetes mellitus type 2, aside from the accepted risk factors such as high BMI. A practical intervention for dealing
diabetes mellitus 8188 such as high BMI. A practical intervention for dealing with the increasing healthcare burden of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) must therefore be affordable and accessible to individuals of all demographics, especially those
diabetes mellitus 17068 implementation of the National Diabetes Prevention Program is a rational way of reducing the burden of diabetes mellitus on the healthcare system both economically and by prevalence. However, difficulties arise in ensuring
diabetes mellitus 18861 system, be affordable and accessible for all participants, and decrease the economic burden attributed to diabetes mellitus .Figure 1Demographics of prediabetic individuals in the United States. Source: BRFSS 2015 from http://www.Cdc.Gov
type 2 diabetes mellitus 8181 factors such as high BMI. A practical intervention for dealing with the increasing healthcare burden of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) must therefore be affordable and accessible to individuals of all demographics, especially those

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