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Cardiovascular Metabolism Channel

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Read time: 5 mins
Last updated:10th Jun 2021
Published:10th Jun 2021

Explore our Cardiovascular Metabolism Channel to find practical insights for clinical practice created independently by EPG Health for Medthority in collaboration with key experts.

Take our ‘Guidelines, practicalities and pitfalls to avoid’ EACCME® accredited CME module. In this module, our experts Dr Kevin Fernando, Professor Melanie Davies, and Professor Luis Ruilope discuss:

  • A GP perspective on translating T2D and hypertension guideline updates into real practice
  • How early combination therapies are playing an increasing role in T2D treatment
  • Common challenges in co-morbid T2D and hypertension management, and more

Guidelines, practicalities and pitfalls to avoid - (EACCME® accredited module - 1 ECMEC)

Launch our EACCME® accredited module to find out more about the clinical unmet needs associated with co-morbid type 2 diabetes and hypertension and get practical advice on the management of this clinically challenging patient group.

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Take a look at our expert Q&A from the webinar where the faculty answer your burning questions on combination therapies and primary goals when treating patients.

Guidelines, practicalities and pitfalls to avoid – Q&A

If you’re short on time, check out our brief expert Q&A session with Dr Kevin Fernando, Professor Melanie Davies, and Professor Luis Ruilope.

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Developed by EPG Health for Medthority. This content has been developed independently of the sponsor Novartis Pharma AG, who have had no editorial input into the content. EPG Health received unrestricted educational funding from the sponsor in order to help provide its healthcare professional members with access to the highest quality medical and scientific information, education and associated relevant content.