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Editor’s Note: Ranolazine and A1c

Feb 14, 2012

Ranolazine is a medication used for the prevention of angina which also seems to have a positive effect on A1c. This makes it a very important drug for cardiometabolic treatment according to Stan Schwartz MD, FACP, Clinical Associate Professor of Medicine, U of Pa. Check out this week’s Homerun Slides to see how to use this treatment with your patients.

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