Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0049ep501 | Diabetes complications | ECE2017

Does empowerment from an ‘ABC approach’ and ‘Telemedicine’ improve outcomes in a nurse-led diabetes kidney clinic?

Irwin Susan , De Parijat

Aims: Implementation of a protocol-driven, nurse-led clinic to see influence on cardiovascular risk and renal disease progression using a simple ‘ABC’ approach – target HbA1c <7%, BP <125/75 mm Hg and Cholesterol <4 mmol.Method: Weekly Diabetes Specialist Nurse (DSN) clinic with emphasis on ABC approach and guided FLORENCE Telehealth free texting technology for medication reminders and self-monitoring of BP (machines provided)....

ea0049ep584 | Diabetes therapy | ECE2017

Use of an innovative Technology Enabled Care service (TECS) ‘Florence’ to empower patients and enhance adherence to BP treatments in diabetes

Irwin Susan , De Parijat

Background: Social deprivation is high within our large ethnic and diabetes prevalent population. Compliance is a major stumbling block in the achievement of Blood Pressure (BP) targets. Given the above, we took the opportunity to enrol with West Midlands Academic Health Science Network (WMAHSN) Florence (Flo) Exemplar project mobile phone texting service. Flo sends advice and collects patient information which clinicians can access through any device connected to the internet...

ea0037ep479 | Diabetes (complications &amp; therapy) | ECE2015

Does a nurse-led Diabetic Renal Clinic improve outcomes?

Irwin Susan , Shrestha Alvin , De Parijat

Aim: To audit outcomes and adherence to prescription recommendations in a nurse-led Diabetic Renal Clinic.Method: Baseline data at time of referral to the clinic was compared to the final clinic visit within a 12-month period (T1) of the first visit (T0), using information from clinic letters and electronic records of patients attending the clinic in our hospital between 2010 and 2014. Patients without at least one follow-up data within a 12-month period...

ea0049ep558 | Diabetes complications | ECE2017

Audit of a nurse-led and pharmacist assisted diabetes renal out-patient clinic – does it help improve medicines management and clinical outcomes?

Irwin Susan , Kaur Gurpreet , Lacy Caroline , De Parijat

Aim: To audit clinical outcomes and adherence to prescription recommendations in a diabetes renal clinic.Method: Baseline data was compared to the final clinic visit within a 12 month period, using information from clinic letters and electronic records of patients attending our hospital diabetes renal clinic in 2016 (1st January – 31st December). Patients with at least 1 follow-up within a 12 month period were included.Results...

ea0048oc4 | Oral Communications | SFEEU2017

One year efficacy, safety and tolerability outcomes of endoscopic proximal intestinal exclusion therapy using the Endobarrier device: institution of the UK’s first National Health Service Endobarrier service for type 2 diabetes and obesity

Gupta Piya Sen , Yadagiri Mahender , Irwin Susan , Burbridge Wyn , Gandhi Hardeep , Alden Rachel , Bleasdale John , Fogden Ed , Anderson Mark , Ryder Bob

Introduction: Our institution leads a UK, multicentre, randomised controlled trial (REVISE-Diabesity ISRCTN00151053) investigating the interaction of Endobarrier therapy, a 60 cm endoscopically implanted proximal intestinal liner, with glucagon-like peptide-1 drug therapy.Aims: To evaluate whether acquired experience could translate into establishment of an effective and safe NHS Endobarrier service in patients with diabesity.Metho...