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Diabetes Mellitus 101 for Cardiologists Part 1

  In this week's slides series, courtesy Dr. Stanley Schwartz, we review some of the basics of diabetes mellitus but this time from a cardiologist's perspective, focusing in on the connections between diabetes and...


Improving Outcomes with SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Challenging T2DM Patients, Part 4

  In this last of a comprehensive series of four Homerun Slides sets on SGLT-2 inhibitors, we delve deeper into how this drug class can work in challenging patient populations, incuding older and renally-impaired...


Improving Outcomes with SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Challenging T2DM Patients, Part 3

In this third set of a series of four Homerun Slides on SGLT-2 inhibitor medications, we cover LX4211, an SGLT-1 and SGLT-2 dual inhibitor, and then explore some of the safety concerns around SGLT-2 inhibitors...


Improving Outcomes with SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Challenging T2DM Patients, Part 2

  In this second set of a comprehensive four-part series of Homerun Slides on SGLT-2 inhibitors, we review some of the data of the second and third approved SGLT-2 inhibitors in the U.S., dapagliflozin...


Role of the Kidneys, Part 7

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we delve further into the pathophysiology and treatment of type 2 diabetes covering topics including: altered Hypothalamic Function in Response to Glucose Ingestion in Obese...


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Diabetes Mellitus 101 for Cardiologists, Part 2

   In this week's Homerun Slides, courtesy Dr. Stanley Schwartz, we continue our examination of diabetes from a cardiologist's perspective with topics including the Factors Contributing to...


Diabetes Education, Part 3

  This week, we wrap up our short series of Type 1 Diabetes and Psychoeducation covering topics such as: Psychotherapeutic Interventions; the Role of Healthcare Providers; and Creating a Plan of Action. We've also...


Diabetes Education, Part 2

  In this second set of Homerun Slides focusing on Type 1 Diabetes and Psychoeducation, we review the emotions that both children and parents may experience after an initial diagnosis and some of the...


Diabetes Education, Part 1

In this week's Homerun Slides series, we have a special set of slides from our editor-in-chief, Dave Joffe, who has put together a brief series on education. In this first set of slides, which are designed for...


Afrezza - Dreamboat Inhaler and Cartridge

  With this week's Homerun Slides, we have a short special presentation for you on the new inhaled insulin, Afrezza, that goes with our exclusive interview by our publisher, Steve Freed, with the founder and CEO of...


SGLT2 Inhibitors as Add-On for Poorly Controlled Patients on DPP-4s and Metformin

  As the diabetes epidemic continues to grow, practitioners are increasingly searching for medication solutions that can help patients to better manage their diabetes. This month, we have a recent slides series...


Cycloset and the Biological Clock

  This week, we have a short set of Homerun Slides focusing on the effects of bromocriptine (Cycloset) on the biological clock....


Stanley Schwartz, MD: Classifying Diabetes Types, ADA 2014, Part 4

  In this week's Homerun Slides, Dr. Stanley Schwartz wraps up his presentation on the classification of diabetes based on the state of the beta-cells, and gives us some clear directions on how therapy could...


Improving Outcomes with SGLT-2 Inhibitors in Challenging T2DM Patients, Part 1

  In this first of a series of four sets of Homerun Slides, we review the basics of SGLT-2 inhibitors incuding Mode of Action, and Efficacy. and then look at how Canagliflozin has worked in poorly controlled...


Stanley Schwartz, MD: Classifying Diabetes Types, ADA 2014, Part 3

  In this week's Homerun Slides, Dr. Stanley Schwartz continues his exploration of a beta-cell centric classification model for diabetes and includes a detailed diagram explanation featuring the Egregious...


Stanley Schwartz, MD: Classifying Diabetes Types, ADA 2014, Part 2

In this week's Homerun Slides set, we look at Dr. Stanley Schwartz's presentation from this year's ADA with his groundbreaking proposal to classify diabetes using a 'Beta-cell Centric' approach....


Autonomy Trial

The First Randomized Trial Comparing Two Patient-driven Approaches to Initiate and Titrate Prandial Insulin Lispro in Type 2 Diabetes   In this Homerun...


Stanley Schwartz, MD: Classifying Diabetes Types, ADA 2014, Part 1

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we begin a series which Dr. Stanley Schwartz presented at the 2014 ADA Scientific Sessions, where he outlined some of the problems with the current diabetes classification...


Role of the Kidney, Part 10

  In this week's series of Homerun Slides, we take a more detailed look at the most recently approved SGLT2 inhibitor, dapagliflozin, and then explore some of the other SGLT2 inhibitors which are on the...


Role of the Kidney, Part 9

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we covers topics including Familial Renal Glucosuria, Analysis of SGLT2 Gene in Patients with Renal Glucosuria, and the Effect of SGLT2 Inhibition on Renal Glucose...


Role of the Kidney, Part 8

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we delve into the mechanisms of action of SGLT-2 Inhibitors and look at some of the studies involving animal models and what came out of those studies....


Role of the Kidneys, Part 6

  This week we continue our Homerun Slides series on the Role of the Kidney with topics including: The Quintessential Quintet, The Setaceous Sextet, and the Septicidal Septet....


Role of the Kidneys, Part 5

  You may have heard of DeFronzo's "Ominous Octet" but have you heard of the "Disharmonious Quartet"? In this week's Homerun Slides, we review the Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes as well...


Role of the Kidney, Part 4

  In this week's Homerun Slides series, we review the Etiology of Type 2 Diabetes including Insulin Resistance and Beta-Cell Dysfunction, and we take also take a look at the San Antonio Metabolism and VAGES...


Role of the Kidneys, Part 3

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we continue our discussion of the Role of the Kidneys with topics including the Unmet Needs in Diabetes Care, Incidence of Microvascular Complications in IGT, and a review of the...


Role of the Kidneys, Part 2

  With the recent report in The Lancet that the number of overweight and obese people on the planet has topped 2.1 billion, this week's Homerun Slides will give you a closer look at the issue in...


Role of the Kidneys, Part 1

  This week we begin a short series of Homerun Slides on the role of the kidney. Topics covered this week include SGLT2 Inhibition, The Ominous Octet, and the Renal Handling of Glucose....


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 9

  This week we wrap up our series of Homerun Slides from Dr. Stanley Schwartz covering the current state of obesity and the medication therapies available. We delve further in to the possibilities of combining...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 8

  In this Homerun Slides series, we review some issues around the Diabetic Management of the Obese Patient including; Potential Causes of Weight Gain with Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes; Weight Reduction Issues...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 7

  This week's Homerun Slides set covers weight reduction through lifestyle modification as well as some of the newer medications available to help your patients achieve this important goal....


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 6

  In this week's Homerun Slides series, we discuss the possibility of delaying the onset of type 2 diabetes as well as revisit DeFronzo's octet, and look at how treating the octet without hypoglycemia and...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 5

  In this week's Homerun Slides continuing our series from Dr. Stanley Schwartz, we cover topics including the Benefits of Combined Treatment (Pharmacotherapy and Lifestyle Modification), a demonstation of how...


SGLT2 Inhibition: A Novel Treatment Strategy for Type 2 Diabetes

  In this special feature for our series on SGLT2 inhibitors, we are extremely pleased to present this comprehensive slide series from the WorldWIDE Initiative for Diabetes Education. In this subset of their...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 4

  In this week's Homerun Slides collection, we go over some of the behavioral modification options that are available for helping patients change their lifestyle habits. In addition, we also review some of the...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 3

  In this week's Homerun Slides continuing Dr. Stanley Scwartz' series on new medication therapies for the treatment of obesity, we discuss exactly why it is so difficult for our patients to lose weight and...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 2

  In this week's Homerun Slides series, we review the benefits of even just a little weight loss for your patients including the lessening of sleep apnea, and we discuss the lessening of diabetes symptoms...


Obesity 2014 - New Medical Therapies, Part 1

  Dr. Stanley Schwartz focuses on obesity but with an emphasis on some of the new medical therapies now available. He also discusses the idea of the "metabolically healthy obese" patient and why he...


Obesity 2014, Part 7

  Dr. Stanley Schwartz finishes up his slides series on the current state of the obesity epidemic and its relationship with diabetes. Topics covered in this set include a discussion of the newest drug therapies on...


Obesity 2014, Part 6

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we continue with Dr. Stanley Schwartz's series on obesity with topics on the benefits of weight loss including: lower CHD risk, improved insulin sensitivity, lowered blood...


Obesity 2014, Part 5

  In this week's Homerun Slides, we continue our exploration of the current obesity crisis with a discussion of prediabetes, the conditions which can lead to prediabetes including genetic disposition, and...



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