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A1C Treatment Plan

A 54-year-old male presents to your office for an initial visit. His past medical history is significant for hypertension, hypertriglyceridemia and acute pancreatitis. His current lab results show an A1C 9.1%, which is confirmed on a repeat lab. You would like to start him on an antihyperglycemic treatment regimen. Which of the following two-drug combinations is contraindicated for this patient? A. Metformin + a sulfonylurea B. Metformin + an insulin C. Metformin + a meglitinide D. Metformin + a GLP-1 receptor agonist Follow the link to get the answer.

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The Next CGMS is the Senseonics Eversence System

Once given FDA approval, the Senseonics Eversence System will be the fourth CGMS available in the U.S. It was submitted to the FDA for premarket approval last October, supported by data from a 90-patient pivotal trial of the device. The trial followed adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes over 90 days of CGM sensor wearing. This is an implantable CGM system that is currently approved in Europe. The sensor sits just under your skin and can stay there for anywhere from 90-180 days.

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Julia Greenstein Current Interview

Julia Greenstein, Ph. D. is the JDRF Vice President of Discovery Research, which includes early-stage programs across the JDRF portfolio. Dr. Greenstein has more than 20 years of experience in the corporate biotechnology arena, holding leadership positions that have helped accelerate discoveries to market.

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Do You “Make Room” for Your Patients?

Female, 67 years of age, type 2 diabetes, class 2 diabetes, depression, hyperlipidemia, vitamin D deficiency plus more. Her A1C is 6.8% and her lipids are within goal. Her random glucose 2 hours after eating cookies was 118 today. Her glucose lowering meds are Trulicity, metformin, and Jardiance. She takes them as prescribed. Her endocrinologist recommended she meet with me. She refused until he recommended she see me the same day she was coming in to see another health care provider for her monthly infusion for another disease process to make getting here easier.

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