Multi comorbidity and polypharmacy from a T2D angle: Part 1

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In this episode:

  • Follow Dr Anita Sharma and Dr Gary Deed as a simple comment “I am a little short of breath” sets in train levels of clinical reasoning and a call to action
  • We should have a high index of suspicion for diabetes complications in our patients with T2DM
  • Dyspnoea on exertion ought to trigger a need for a more comprehensive assessment of the patient
  • We shouldn’t accept these symptoms as part of the disease burden of T2DM

 

Host: Dr David Lim, GP and Medical Educator

Total time: 32 mins

Guests: Dr Anita Sharma, General Practitioner and Practice Principal

 

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Last Updated: 2 Sep, 2021

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