CREDENCE: Type 2 diabetes management – a new perspective (Promotional content from Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited) | GPnotebook TV

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CREDENCE: Type 2 diabetes management – a new perspective (Promotional content from Napp Pharmaceuticals Limited)

22 July 2020


During this hour-long broadcast, Dr Kevin Fernando, Professor David Wheeler and Dr Amrit Lamba consider the recent license extension to Invokana® (canagliflozin) and how this could change the management of diabetic kidney disease (DKD) in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) in primary care.

With translation to primary care being very much at the heart of the agenda, we also take a detailed look at kidney function, kidney function assessment, and interpreting the results of common tests. This video was originally broadcast on 22 July 2020.

The video is divided into the following chapters (to navigate between chapters, use the blue dots on the video timeline bar):

  • 00:00 Chair’s introduction: Current management of DKD in T2DM (Dr Kevin Fernando, GP Partner, North Berwick Health Centre; GPwSI in Diabetes & Medical Education)
  • 08:15 Bringing CREDENCE to life: What does the data show? (Professor David Wheeler Honorary Consultant Nephrologist and Professor of Kidney Medicine, Royal Free, London)
  • 24:26 Management of DKD in T2DM – past, present and future: CREDENCE in context (Dr Amrit Lamba, GPwSI in Diabetes; Partner, Colindale Medical Centre, London)
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Date of preparation: August 2020    UK/INV-20106aa

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