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Diabetes and endocrinology

Listen to the experts explore some of the potential barriers faced by people living with diabetes and consider ideas on how to tackle these. They also go on to discuss the initiation of people on diabetes technologies and highlight the simple and easy onboarding process for the Dexcom ONE real-time continuous glucose monitoring (rtCGM) system.
Join the diabetes experts as they discuss the important role that clinical pharmacists play in the management of diabetes care. Listen in as they delve into ways to identify those patients that would benefit most from rtCGM and explore the role that primary care has to play in getting patients started on devices like Dexcom ONE.
Two diabetes experts share how glucose monitoring has evolved into the real-time continuous glucose monitoring (rtCGM) of today, and why HCPs should stay up-to-date with the latest in rtCGM with our podcast series. Hear them review the mechanism of rtCGM and the clinical evidence that led to rtCGM being recommended in the latest NICE guidelines for both T1D and T2D.
In this episode, Professor Pratik Choudhary summarises the findings from the InRange study, the first randomised, Phase 4 study to use Time in Range as the primary endpoint to compare second-generation basal insulin analogues, Toujeo (insulin glargine 300 U/mL) and insulin degludec 100 U/mL, in people with type 1 diabetes.¹
In this episode, which has been recorded for Chronic Conditions Month 2022, Dr Steve Holmes (GP, Shepton Mallet and Clinical Respiratory Lead, NHS England South West and NHS Somerset) and Dr Sarah Davies (GPwSI in Diabetes, Cardiff) discuss non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) in the context of diabetes. How is NAFLD best detected, diagnosed and managed in high-risk populations? How can primary care professionals identify those who are at risk of fibrosis?

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