Os objetivos para o tratamento dos pacientes com diabetes tipo 2 envolvem a busca da meta glicêmica adequada, a melhora na qualidade de vida e a prevenção ou o atraso no surgimento das complicações crônicas.

Nesta aula, o Dr. João Paulo Iazigi (CRM 82669/SP) aborda as barreiras para a intensificação do tratamento do diabetes e, por meio de um caso clínico, discute o uso de Soliqua para o atingimento do controle glicêmico de forma eficaz e com efeitos colaterais toleráveis.

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