World of Diabetes podcast

The World of Diabetes Podcast

with Dr Colin Kenny and Dr Mark Kennedy

 


 

Podcast 2 (12 October 2017)

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Topic 1 – Cardiovascular and metabolic effects of metformin in patients with type 1 diabetes (REMOVAL)

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Topic 2 – SGLT2 inhibitors and cardiovascular and renal events in type 2 diabetes

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Topic 3 – HbA1c reduction and cardiovascular events in type 2 diabetes

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Topic 4 – Glucose self-monitoring in non–insulin-treated patients with type 2 diabetes in primary care settings

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Topic 5 – Older people and over-treatment with sulfonylurea and insulin therapies

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Topic 6 – Short- and medium-term effects of light to moderate alcohol intake on glycaemic control

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Podcast 1 (25 July 2017)

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Topic 1 – Diabetes: The largest epidemic in human history? 

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Topic 2 – The STAMPEDE study 

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Topic 3 – Supporting insulin initiation in T2D in primary care

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Topic 4 – Effects of pioglitazone on the incidence of dementia in diabetes

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Topic 5 – Is Alzheimer’s disease “type 3 diabetes”?

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Topic 6 – Advised timing of walking in relation to meals

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Topic 7 – Schizophrenia and diabetes 

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Topic 8 – How to diagnose, manage and monitor microalbuminuria

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