Thursday , January 18 2018
Home / Resources / Test Your Knowledge (page 13)

Test Your Knowledge

Take a quiz and test your knowledge on diabetes and related health concerns.

Test Your Knowledge Question #799

Test Your Knowledge

A 62-year old Asian-American female arrives at your office for a new patient appointment. Her current medications are metformin, pioglitazone, enalapril, lovastatin, alendronate, calcium supplements and vitamin D. Her A1C is on target at 6.9%, however you decide to replace her pioglitazone with a different antihyperglycemic medication. Why would you make this decision? Follow link to answer!

Read More »

Test Your Knowledge Question #798

Test Your Knowledge

A 43-year old patient with a 2-year history of type 2 diabetes presents to your office for a follow-up visit. She is a highly motivated patient and doesn’t have any significant co-morbidities, so together, you have set a target A1C= 6.5%. Her current medications are metformin and sulfonylurea. Despite her good efforts, her current A1C is 7.3%. You would like to add a third agent to her regimen, however she is concerned about any additional weight gain as she has gained a few pounds since starting the sulfonylurea. Which drug class would you add to minimize any additional weight gain? A. Basal insulin B. GLP-1 agonist C. Thiazolidine D. DPP-4 Inhibitor Follow link to take the test!

Read More »