Diabetes management features
Advances in pharmacotherapy for diabetes at recent major international congresses
Diabetes and Pregnancy Part 1: Gestational Diabetes
Tackling childhood obesity in general practice
implications of the joint European cardiovascular disease prevention guidelines
What are the options after metformin?
Rational pharmacological intervention is essential for optimising glycaemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes. Metformin is the recommended first line agent, but the progressive pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes generally dictates the need for concomitant use of other drugs. Here, Caroline Day discusses the options following metformin monotherapy. (BJM 1(1) 2013)
Diabetes and Ramadan