Spotlight on Singapore

Research Update: Malnutrition and its impact on cost of hospitalisation, length of stay, readmission and 3-year mortality
Dr Lim Su Lin, Chief Dietitian,
National University Hospital


A research by National University Hospital provided clear evidence that the adverse outcomes of malnutrition are not just a consequence of the disease process, and lead to substantial increases in length of hospital stay, readmission rate, mortality and hospitalisation cost when compared with well-nourished patients of similar diagnoses and complexities.
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Local survey sheds light on diabetes management among overweight individuals

Weight control is a key strategy for managing blood glucose among people who are overweight or obese with type 2 diabetes. A survey was recently conducted in Singapore to better understand how overweight individuals with diabetes perceive and manage their condition.
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Research Update Malnutrition in older adults on financial assistance in an urban Asian country: a mixed methods study

Research by the National University of Singapore found a high risk of malnutrition among socio-economically disadvantaged Singaporeans.
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Research Update Progression rate of newly diagnosed impaired fasting glycaemia to type 2 diabetes mellitus: a study using the National Healthcare Group Diabetes Registry in Singapore

Retrospective cohort study of patients with newly onset impaired fasting glycaemia in Singapore revealed a high progression rate to type 2 diabetes, and identified potential predictors for the development of the disease.
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