How to treat diabetic dyslipidaemia
EAS Academy. Watts G. Apr 25, 2017; 175532 Topic: Therapy
Gerald Watts
Gerald Watts

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Professor Gerald F Watts from Cardiometabolic Service, Department of Cardiology, Royal Perth Hospital, School of Medicine, University of Western Australia, Australia talks about how to treat the residual risk in diabetic patients. His approach is practical and patient oriented and should be of major interest for all physicians seeing this group of patients.
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