Comparison of computer-guided versus standard insulin infusion regimens in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis. Ullal J, Aloi JA, Reyes-Umpierrez D, Pasquel FJ, McFarland R, Rabinovich M, Umpierrez GE.. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2018;12(1):39-46.
Comparison of an electronic glycemic management system versus provider-managed subcutaneous basal bolus insulin therapy in the hospital setting. Aloi J, Bode BW, Ullal J, Chidester P, McFarland RS, Bedingfield AE, Mabrey M, Booth R, Mumpower A, Wallia A.. J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2017;11(1):12-16.
A word of caution when prescribing high dose vitamin D [editorial]. Gorris MA, Arora H, Lieb DC, Aloi JA.. Am J Med. 2017;130(4):e129-e130.
Sickle cell trait and interpretation of hemoglobin A1c levels [editorial]. Bleyer AJ, Aloi JA.. JAMA. 2017;317(5):481-482.
Parathyroid hemorrhage. Gorris MA, Guido MV, Rawla MS, Aloi JA.. J Emerg Med. 2017;52(5):e193-e194.
Sodium-glucose cotransporter 2 inhibitors and diabetic ketoacidosis: a case series from three academic institutions. Misaghian-Xanthos N, Shariff AI, Mekala K, Fearrington LR, Setji TL, Aloi JA, Buse JB.. Diabetes Care. 2017;40(6):e65-e66.
Improving the quality of diabetes care: a survey analysis of an informatics intervention [abstract]. Guido M, Denizard-Thompson NM, Feiereisel K, Burns CA, Aloi J, Dharod A.. In Abstracts of the 2017 Annual Meeting of the International Hospital Diabetes Meeting (IHDM); 2017 May 19-20; Atlanta (GA). 2017;():.
Use of a computer-based insulin infusion algorithm to treat diabetic ketoacidosis in the emergency department. Ullal J, McFarland R, Bachand M, Aloi J.. Diabetes Technol Ther. 2016;18(2):100-103.
Improved inpatient hypoglycemia rates with electronic glycemic management system [abstract]. Aloi J, Ullal J, Chidester P, Henderson A, Booth R, McFarland R, Mumford A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE); 2016 May 25-29; Orlando (FL). 2016;():328.
Comparison of computer-guided versus standard insulin infusion regimens in patients with diabetic ketoacidosis [abstract]. Aloi J, Hebblewhite H, Ullal J, Booth R, McFarland R, Reyes D, Pasquale F, Bode B, Umpierrez G.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE); 2016 May 25-29; Orlando (FL). 2016;():326.
The frequency of hypoglycemia in hospitalized patients treated with insulin increases overall costs associated with hospitalization and length of stay [abstract]. Aloi J, Ullal J, McFarland R, Henderson A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; 2016 June 10-14; New Orleans (LA). 2016;():152-LB.
Sepsis-related dysglycemia: can a computerized IV insulin Algorithm improve glycemic control, reduce hypoglycemia and reduce 30-day hospital readmissions? [abstract]. Aloi J, McFarland R, Booth R, Henderson A.. In: Abstracts of the 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Diabetes Association; 2016 June 10-14; New Orleans (LA). 2016;():153-LB.
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I really love Dr. Aloi. He is a wonderful provider and I have recommended him to several friends and family members. He is always so nice, and friendly.
Dr. Aloi and his medical staff were very professional and and caring while in their office. I appreciate their concern for my health and well being.
Dr aloa was very professional and concerned about my health, and he did made other appointments for me to try to help me get back on track with my health..
Had the best visit. Learned many new ways of treating diabetes. Very excited about new changes.
I have the utmost confidence in Dr. Aloi.
Dr Aloi is one of the best doctors, if not the best doctor I have had; he is professional, knowledgeable, listens to your concerns and addresses them, doesn't make you feel rushed, responds to email through the portal, inspires confidence and has a pleasant, upbeat demeanor. Excellent doctor!!!
*Dr. Aloi seemed so knowledgeable of my issues. Very understanding & very concerned for a resolution. I am very impressed with this dr.
Better than I've had.
Dr. Aloi is always very pleasant, informative, and nice to see!
Dr. Aloi was extremely receptive, attentive, and understanding on my concerns- and I had lots of them! He addressed them in a knowledgeable and compassionate manner that made me feel heard and understood.
he is the best - what else can i say
HE IS HORRIBLE!!!!!
*Dr. Aloi is the BEST doctor I have ever had. He truly cares about me and my health. He is a great listener and very clean at explaining things. I am very thankful he is part of Wake Baptist Health.
Excellent care. The only reason I travel 6hrs one way to keep Dr. Aloi as my endocrinologist.
An excellent doctor I would highly recommend!!
Best care provider ever
Dr. Alio was very personable and friendly. I felt at ease with him.
*Dr. Aloi is a true keeper.
I felt like this Dr. really cares and listened.
Dr Aloi listens attentively to my concerns and addresses them accordingly. I felt much better after the visit and have confidence in his recommendations.
Dr.Aloi is amazing and cares about his patients !!!
Excellent. I didn't leave feeling like I wasn't heard.
We have utmost confidence in Dr. Aloi. Relates well with patient.
Enjoyed meeting doctor. Never felt rushed.