Physicians' Academy for Cardiovascular Education

Diabetes & CV Risk: routine practice versus guidelines

3' education - July 29, 2011

Diabetes & CV Risk: routine practice versus guidelines

Professor Eberhard Standl discusses the importance of using practice surveys to guideline recommendations to assess the potential for improvement in real-life. As an issue in current cardiovascular risk in developed and developing areas of the world he addresses life style; the absence of physical exercise paired with the continuous availability of energy-rich foods. He also discusses the considerations in therapeutic options in diabetes.

Questions to be addressed in this PACE expert opinion are:
  • What is the role of registries in identifying the gap between the guidelines and real life?
  • What are the leading causes of the diabetes epidemic?
  • How can we prevent the onset of diabetes?
  • What is your view on pharmacologic intervention in diabetes?

View the expert opinion interview with prof Standl

About the speaker

Dr. Eberhard Standl is Professor of Medicine, endocrinologist and angiologist, chairman of the Munich Diabetes Research Group/Diabetes Research Institute Munich , Germany

Teaching slides

Diabetes & CV Risk:

Routine practice versus guidelines

Eberhard Standl, MD
Professor of Medicine
Munich Diabetes Research Group/ Diabetes Research Institute.MD
Munich, Germany
CDMC - Munich, May 2011

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