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The Uncontrolled Diabetes Patient in Primary Care – What Next?

CME erikoistumispisteet

Näiden koulutusten sisältö on Novo Nordiskista riippumattoman sisällöntuottajan tuottamaa. Osa koulutuksista on EACCME-akkreditoituja, joten niitä voidaan lukea hyväksi joidenkin erikoisalojen erikoistumisopinnoissa ja diabeteksen erityispätevyyttä suoritettaessa. Pisteiden kelpoisuus täytyy kuitenkin varmistaa koulutuksesta vastaavalta taholta. Novo Nordisk ei vastaa koulutusten sisällöstä. Osa koulutusten järjestäjistä vaatii luomaan erilliset tunnukset omalle sivustolleen. 

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In this video case-based education, the expert diabetologist Dr Jendle from Örebro, Sweden, reviews the situation of Brigitte, a 64-year-old woman with a 14-year history of type 2 diabetes whose HbA1c is currently fairly well controlled on a triple combination therapy. She is seeing her primary care physician 3 months after having suffered a transient ischemic attack (TIA) and she has a strong family history of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease.



Birgitte's recent TIA has made her keenly aware of her elevated risk for future events, and she is quite motivated to address it in the best way possible. What should you be doing next?




Made for: Diabetologists, Endocrinologists, Cardiologists, Primary Care Physicians


Disease areas: Diabetes


Developed by: Medscape