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1

How can you managed associated gastroparesis?

One of:
Domperidone
Erythromycin
Metoclopramide

2

What must you continuously screen for?

Diabetic foot ulcers and optical issues

3

1st step in hypertension management

Lifestyle intervention

4

2nd step in hypertension management

ACEi or ARB

5

3rd step in hypertension management

Add calcium channel blocker or thiazide type diuretic

6

4th step in hypertension management

ACEi/ARB + Calcium channel blocker + thiazide type diuretic

7

5th step in hypertension management and what is this classed as?

Resistant hypertension
Add low dose spironolactone

8

What must you monitor in a patient on spironolactone?

Kidney function for hyperkalemia

9

6th step in hypertension management

Consider adding alpha or beta blockers

10

1st step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes

HbA1c management with targets and diet

11

2nd step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes

Metformin or sulphonylurea if not tolerated

12

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

13

4th, 5th and 6th steps in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes

Add Thiazilidinedione/DPP-IV inhibitors/SGLT-2 inhibitor

14

7th step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes

Add injectable GLP-1 agonist

15

8th step in blood glucose management for type 2 diabetes

Add Metformin

16

Name two sulphonylurea

Glimepiride
Glicazide
(Gli...ides)

17

Name a Thiazilidinedione

Pioglitazone (glitazones)

18

Name a DPP-IV inhibitor

Sitagliptin (gliptins)

19

Name an SGLT-2 inhibitor

Empagliflozin (flozins)

20

Name an injectable GLP-1 agonist

Lixiseratide