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Either acute change in mental status or acute functional decline, with no alternate diagnosis and leukocytosis. Purulent discharge from around the catheter or acute pain, swelling, or tenderness of the testes, epididymis, or prostate.
Open in a separate window. Published in final edited form as: For residents without an indwelling catheter both criteria 1 and 2 must be present.
UTI should be diagnosed when there are localizing genitourinary signs and symptoms and a positive urine culture result.
At least 1 of the following sign or symptom subcriteria Acute dysuria or acute pain, swelling, or tenderness of the testes, epididymis, or prostate Fever or leukocytosis see Table 2 and at least 1 of the following localizing urinary tract subcriteria Acute costovertebral angle pain or tenderness Suprapubic pain Gross hematuria New or marked increase in incontinence New or marked increase in urgency New or marked increase in frequency In the absence of fever or leukocytosis, then 2 or more of the following localizing urinary tract subcriteria Suprapubic pain Gross hematuria New or marked increase in incontinence New or marked increase in urgency New or marked increase in frequency.
Urine specimens for culture should be processed as soon as possible, preferably within 1—2 h. If urine specimens cannot be processed within 30 min of collection, they should be refrigerated.
Refrigerated specimens should be cultured within 24 h. For residents with an indwelling catheter both criteria 1 and 2 must be present.
Recent catheter trauma, catheter obstruction, or new-onset hematuria are useful localizing signs that are consistent with UTI but are not necessary for diagnosis.
There were no major episodes of hypoglycemia in this study, and none of the patients discontinued the study medication due to hypoglycemia.
An increased incidence in signs and symptoms and other reports suggestive of UTIs and genital infections was noted with dapagliflozin treatment.
Safety data in the exploratory evening dose cohort were similar to those in the morning dose cohort. There were no other notable differences in the number or type of adverse events reported with the evening dose.
Administration of dapagliflozin as monotherapy to treatment-naive patients with type 2 diabetes resulted in clinically meaningful decreases in A1C and FPG, along with favorable effects on weight, blood pressure, and other metabolic parameters.
Although the decrease in body weight in our study did not reach statistical significance compared with placebo, dapagliflozin treatment did lead to increased renal glucose excretion.
It should also be noted that the progressive decrease in weight over time had not reached a plateau by the end of study; thus, long-term studies are needed to more precisely gauge the effect of dapagliflozin on weight in the monotherapy setting.
Furthermore, in exploratory analysis of pooled data greater increments in fractional renal glucose excretion were associated with greater decrements in body weight, suggesting a link between the mechanism of action of dapagliflozin and clinical outcome.
Data from the high-A1C cohort are of particular relevance given the mechanism of action of dapagliflozin as an SGLT2 inhibitor.
Patients with high A1C at enrollment are likely already to present with glycosuria as their filtered glucose load may exceed the absorption capacity of the kidney.
However, dapagliflozin was able to elicit a considerable improvement in glycemia in the exploratory high-A1C cohort. There were no major episodes of hypoglycemia in this study.
After prospectively defined monitoring see research design and methods , signs and symptoms suggestive of UTIs and genital infections were more frequently reported in the dapagliflozin arms.
The decrease in mean systolic and diastolic blood pressure noted in this study is in keeping with the diuretic effect of dapagliflozin. Also consistent with this effect is the increase in hematocrit levels noted in the dapagliflozin arms.
In addition to blood pressure, favorable, albeit small, effects were also noted in several other clinical parameters including HDL cholesterol, uric acid, and high-sensitivity C-reactive protein.
Although effects on weight, blood pressure, and other metabolic risk factors were small, they may have a cumulative benefit in the long term.
Most notably, lowering of plasma glucose with dapagliflozin is accompanied by a urinary loss of calories, suggesting a shift toward negative net energy balance.
This effect of dapagliflozin is unlike that of other antidiabetic agents, which often cause weight gain as they lower plasma glucose concentrations.
Given its effect on net energy balance and its insulin-independent mechanism, dapagliflozin is likely to have beneficial effects in a wide spectrum of patients with diabetes 17 , No other potential conflicts of interest relevant to this article were reported.
We thank the investigators and contributors from each of the study sites. We also thank Sudha Vemuri, Ph. The costs of publication of this article were defrayed in part by the payment of page charges.
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This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract OBJECTIVE Dapagliflozin, a highly selective inhibitor of the renal sodium-glucose cotransporter-2, increases urinary excretion of glucose and lowers plasma glucose levels in an insulin-independent manner.
End points and assessments The primary efficacy end point was change from baseline in A1C at week 24 in the main patient cohort. Open in a separate window.
Table 1 Demographics and baseline characteristics. Table 2 Changes from baseline at week 24 in efficacy parameters, vital signs, and laboratory values.
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