Obesity in Primary Care: Referrals and Surgery
Following are answers to the questions primary care physicians most often ask.
Obesity in Primary Care: Treatment
As with any other chronic disease, a detailed medical history is important. Individualized interventions recommended.
Obesity in Primary Care: The Comorbidities
Often efforts are made in treating the consequences more than the primary cause.
Obesity in Primary Care: Making the Diagnosis
Here are answers to the questions primary care physicians most often ask about patient evaluation.
Obesity in Primary Care: 12 Big Questions
The answers in this Patient Care Special Report offer easy steps PCPs can take for more efficient and effective treatment.
Post-Test on T2DM Back-to-Basics Special Report
Try these 10 questions and see what you've learned during this month's special report on the nuts-and-bolts of T2DM for PCPs.
T2DM: Intensifying Rx When Diet, Lifestyle and OADs Aren't Enough
A how-to overview of how to advance therapy for hyperglycemia and ASCVD risk factors in patients with T2DM.
Self-monitoring Blood Glucose in T2DM: It's Essential
Self-monitoring of blood glucose is critical for all patients with T2DM and their physicians.The numbers help modify behavior and Rx.
RA and Primary Care: 8 Looks to the Future
Special Report recap: the current and future state of RA patient care and what PCPs will need to know to do their part.
Type 2 Diabetes: After the Diagnosis, Resist Inertia
Diabetes is a progressive disease and takes advantage of inaction. How would you manage our patient Mrs Davis?
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