Efficacy of phone, computer-based diabetes programs examined

03/28/2013 | Clinical Innovation + Technology online

An analysis in The Cochrane Library revealed computer- and mobile phone-based self-management diabetes programs were safe but provided limited blood glucose benefits for patients. Researchers said the programs' benefits waned at six months and added it is unclear whether such interventions improve depression, body weight or quality of life in type 2 diabetes patients.

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