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Old 11-06-2021, 11:19 AM
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Like u say lo. High CV risk because added cardiovascular benefit.
Applicable to patient or not?
Nothing wrong with using su what. I rather a well controlled hba1c rather than some possibiliy phantom cardio benefit that might not apply to my patient. Sglt2 is a dollar per tablet lei. For my patient some of whom are cleaners or Ur admin staff making 1.x to 2.x k a month, it's not cheap. Some come in with valsartan, sglt2 , crestor AND fenofibrate given by their private gp and I go seriously?
Have some 良心la.
we should try the european model where doctors just prescribe, then social security pays the medication dispensed by the pharmacist which is usually generic. Pharmacists will be happier too

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