Oral combination therapy in primary care.


Diabetes is a multifactorial disease, with multiple pathophysiologic abnormalities. This means that a combination of drugs, acting upon as many pathologic mechanisms as possible, is necessary for optimal management of the syndrome. This article discusses how a rational combination of oral anti-diabetic drugs can be chosen and used in primary care practice.

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@article{Kalra2015OralCT, title={Oral combination therapy in primary care.}, author={Sanjay Kalra and Yashdeep Gupta}, journal={JPMA. The Journal of the Pakistan Medical Association}, year={2015}, volume={65 5}, pages={574-5} }