Diabetes – A Unknown Disease to a Known Medicine

  • Skill Levelintermediate
  • Lectures1 Video
  • Enrolled 995 students enrolled
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What you'll learn

Diabetes mellitus is associated with an elevated risk of cardiovascular disease in special populations like the elderly and is the leading cause of many micros and macrovascular complications. read more »»

Glycemic goals and the therapies used to achieve them must be individualized for each patient. Each category is based on several factors, one of the more important being coexisting systemic conditions such as renal disease, liver disease, and cardiovascular disease. The potential to decrease hemoglobin A1c and the possible long-term benefits of diabetes management must be balanced with safety issues, adverse effects, tolerability, ease of use, long-term adherence, and expense. Click on this webinar to learn about Diabetes and its management.

Who Should Attend?

  • General practitioners
  • Primary care physicians
  • Undergraduate medical students (Interns)
  • Postgraduate students in medicine
  • Nurses
  • Life science graduates
  • AYUSH graduates

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Medvarsity

Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education


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Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education and is now Asia’s largest company in the domain with more than 50,000 graduates who have upskilled through the courses offered by the organization and more than 10,000 active learners who are engaged in their online medical courses and contact programs.

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Instructor

Medvarsity

Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education


4/5

Medvarsity is the pioneer in online medical education and is now Asia’s largest company in the domain with more than 50,000 graduates who have upskilled through the courses offered by the organization and more than 10,000 active learners who are engaged in their online medical courses and contact programs.

For: intermediates
Last Updated 07/2021

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