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Management Strategies for Type 2 Diabetic patients when Meformin is insufficient - Shared screen with speaker view
Natalie
35:57
What is your 2 hour post-prandial glucose goal for patients when titrating Sulfonylureas?
sharonrubin
36:12
please share your slides later!
Clay Cooper
38:35
For patients for whom they are covered, I have moved towards GLP-1’s for any of my diabetics who are overweight or obese given the weightless benefit, since concurrent obesity is so common. I’ve seen great reduction in A1c when combined with modest diet and exercise changes.
F. Song
46:07
can you talk about your approach for the patient with a very irregular eating or work schedule (such as night shift)?
Greg Sawin, MD, MPH
46:42
Reminder CME Code - KUKVUY - text to 919-213-8033
Kenny Railey
49:08
May have missed it, can you comment on long acting insulin and BID dosing, also max doses. . .
Natalie
55:10
How do you approach a patient (often one that you have inherited from another provider) who is poorly controlled and has stopped taking their meds or is struggling with compliance?
Cindy Roberson
56:23
can you comment on the use of metformin (or tzd) in patients with type 1 to increase insulin sensitivity (esp in patients who are using large amount to daily insulin)
thomaskoinis
59:47
Any preferences between the different basal insulins out there, besides insurance preference?
Melanie Trost
01:04:43
please post link to that chart