Tuesday , October 24 2017
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Editor’s Note: New Excerpt from ADA/PDR, Unexpected Side-Effects and More.

There was a lot of interest in the last two issues surrounding treatments for the complications of diabetes and, more specifically, neuropathy. This week we are focusing on the two most common forms of neuropathy: diabetic peripheral neuropathy (DPN) and diabetic autonomic neuropathy (DAN). To this end we have received permission from Dr. Keith Campbell to share his work from the ADA/PDR: Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes covering the treatment of neuropathy.

Our Homerun Slides continue to explain the different ways that GLP-1 Agonists affect glucose levels, while this week’s Disaster Averted talks about how sometimes we give a medication that has no listed side effects and problems can still occur.