Survey finds varied practice patterns for type 2 diabetes

02/14/2013 | PhysiciansBriefing.com

A survey of primary care physicians and other practitioners who treat patients with type 2 diabetes shows varied practice patterns and knowledge gaps, researchers reported in the journal Clinical Diabetes. The study found while most practitioners followed evidence-based guidelines, they had different levels of understanding or opinions in areas such as guidelines, insulin and incretin therapies, and appropriate reasons for referral.

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