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Polls

Patient Quality Time

How much time do you spend with a patient newly diagnosed with type 2 diabetes,, even though you refer them for diabetes education? Follow the link to share your response.

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Double Therapy

Would you treat a new patient with a family history of heart disease, diagnosis of type 2 diabetes, and an A1c of 8% with the double therapy of a GLP-1 plus an SGLT-2 inhibitor? Follow the link to share your response.

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Treatment Backup Plan

What is your choice for a second drug after metformin for your type 2 patients with an A1c of 8 or above and 25 pounds overweight? DPP-4 GLP-1 SGLT-2 Insulin Other Follow the link to share your opinion.

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Diabetes Education

Do you refer or provide education for all of your newly diagnosed prediabetes patients? Follow the link to share your response.

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Treating Type 2

For a patient with type 2 who has an A1c of 8% and is on metformin, has tried diet change and exercise, and is 25 pounds overweight, which of the following would you prefer: GLP-1, SGLT-2, or something else? Follow the link to share your opinion.

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Fruit Recommendations

Do you recommend less fruit or no fruit in the diet of your patients with type 2 who have excessive high blood glucose? Follow the link to share your opinion.

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ACP’s New A1C Targets

The American College of Physicians (ACP) has issued a new recommendation that type 2 patients should not have a target A1C level below 8 percent for any patient population and should not have any A1C targets for older adults (e.g., age 80 and older) or younger individuals with limited life expectancy because of other serious diseases and illnesses. Do you agree with the American College of Physicians' new A1C target recommendations? Follow the link to share your opinion.

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Effective Lifestyle Changes

Which lifestyle change do you feel is most important in controlling blood sugars and lowering A1c values -- Nutrition, Physical activity, or both? Follow the link to share your opinion.

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