Online Education

Coffee Break e-Learning: The Use of DPP4 Inhibitors in the Management of Diabetes

Dr David Strain

Published: 23/06/2015 | Type: Video
Clinical Area: Diabetes

Duration: 17min 16sec

Dr Strain discusses the use of DPP4 inhibitors based on RCTs and real-world evidence, and their importance in type 2 diabetes subpopulations.

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