The latest research in the Netherlands found high blood sugar and easy fracture
According to South Africa’s “Healthy 24 Hours” website, “Diabetes Care” magazine published a new study in the Netherlands, said that the risk of fractures of type 2 sugar friends with poor glycemic control will increase.
Dr. Fernando Rivadenilla of the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, and colleagues conducted a follow-up study of 3,715 non-diabetic patients and 420 diabetic patients. These included 203 patients with good glycemic control (sero-glycated hemoglobin below 7.5%) and 217 patients with poor glycemic control (serum glycosylated hemoglobin at least 7.5%). The results showed that the risk of fracture of a sugar-controlled glycoside was about 62% higher than that of a sugar-controlled glycoside. After the researchers took the sugar medication into consideration, the conclusion that “the difference in blood glucose control increases the risk of fracture” is still true.