AHA/ADA Scientific Statement
Circulation. 115(1):114-126, January 2/9, 2007.
Buse, John B. MD, PhD, Co-chair; Ginsberg, Henry N. MD, FAHA, Co-chair; Bakris, George L. MD, FAHA; Clark, Nathaniel G. MD, MS, RD; Costa, Fernando MD, FAHA; Eckel, Robert MD, FAHA; Fonseca, Vivian MD; Gerstein, Hertzel C. MD, MSc, FRCPC; Grundy, Scott MD, FAHA; Nesto, Richard W. MD, FAHA; Pignone, Michael P. MD, MPH; Plutzky, Jorge MD; Porte, Daniel MD; Redberg, Rita MD, FAHA; Stitzel, Kimberly F. MS, RD; Stone, Neil J. MD, FAHA
mdash;: The American Heart Association (AHA) and the American Diabetes Association (ADA) have each published guidelines for cardiovascular disease prevention: The ADA has issued separate recommendations for each of the cardiovascular risk factors in patients with diabetes, and the AHA has shaped primary and secondary guidelines that extend to patients with diabetes. This statement will attempt to harmonize the recommendations of both organizations where possible but will recognize areas in which AHA and ADA recommendations differ.
(C) 2007 American Heart Association, Inc.