Flashcards in Type 2 Diabetes Management Deck (20)
How can you managed associated gastroparesis?
What must you continuously screen for?
Diabetic foot ulcers and optical issues
1st step in hypertension management
2nd step in hypertension management
ACEi or ARB
3rd step in hypertension management
Add calcium channel blocker or thiazide type diuretic
4th step in hypertension management
ACEi/ARB + Calcium channel blocker + thiazide type diuretic
5th step in hypertension management and what is this classed as?
Add low dose spironolactone
What must you monitor in a patient on spironolactone?
Kidney function for hyperkalemia
6th step in hypertension management
Consider adding alpha or beta blockers
1st step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
HbA1c management with targets and diet
2nd step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
Metformin or sulphonylurea if not tolerated
3rd step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
If Metformin has been tolerated, add in sulfonylureas, if not, swap Metformin with sulfonylureas and move to step 4 if diabetes still uncontrolled
4th, 5th and 6th steps in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
Add Thiazilidinedione/DPP-IV inhibitors/SGLT-2 inhibitor
7th step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
Add injectable GLP-1 agonist
8th step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes
Name two sulphonylurea
Name a Thiazilidinedione
Name a DPP-IV inhibitor
Name an SGLT-2 inhibitor