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ARBs and ACE Inhibitors in Diabetes: How to Choose?

Issue 1 – ARBs and ACE Inhibitors in Diabetes: How to Choose? (PDF), download here Issue 1 – ARBs and ACE Inhibitors in Diabetes: How to Choose? More than 1.6 million Canadians have some degree of kidney malfunction. Whether as proteinuria or as chronic kidney disease (CKD), they have a marked increased risk for cardiovascular […]

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Vascular Protection in Type 2 Diabetes: The Role of Thiazolidinediones

Issue 2 – LDL-C and CRP in Clinical Practice: A 2005 Update (PDF), download here Issue 2 – LDL-C and CRP in Clinical Practice: A 2005 Update Vascular Protection in Type 2 Diabetes: The Role of Thiazolidinediones Ronald M. Goldenberg,MD, FRCPC, FACE Cardiovascular disease is a major complication of type 2 diabetes mellitus. The risk […]

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Osteoporosis Management for the Family Physician

Issue 3 – Osteoporosis Management for the Family Physician Issue 3 – Osteoporosis Management for the Family Physician Osteoporosis Management for the Family Physician Ronald M. Goldenberg,MD, FRCPC, FACE Osteoporosis can be a debilitating condition, causing fractures, stooped shoulders, height loss or back pain. Osteoporotic fractures are more common in women than are heart attack, […]

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LDL-C and CRP in Clinical Practice: A 2005 Update

Issue 2 – LDL-C and CRP in Clinical Practice: A 2005 Update (PDF), download here Issue 2 – LDL-C and CRP in Clinical Practice: A 2005 Update Ronald Goldenberg,MD, FRCPC, FACE Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death in Canada. Over recent years, the target for LDL-C in high-risk patients has been 2.5 mmol/L. […]

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Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes with Pharmacotherapy

Issue 1 – Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes with Pharmacotherapy (PDF), download here Issue 1 – Prevention of Type 2 Diabetes with Pharmacotherapy Robert Schlosser,MD, FRCPC In the face of a worldwide epidemic of diabetes, a new research focus has developed, exploring the possibility of preventing diabetes with medications. Type 2 diabetes is typically preceded […]

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