New Ways to Monitor Glucose, Early Treatment in Hopes for Future of Advanced CKD

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Galindo hopes that less patients will be diagnosed with advanced chronic kidney disease if we use the right glucose-lowering agents in the earliest stages.

Pharmacy Times spoke to Rodolfo Galindo, MD, associate professor at the Emory School of Medicine, about his session at the ASN 2021 conference titled "Use of Glucose-Lowering Agents and Glycemic Monitoring in Advanced CKD.”

Galindo hopes that less patients will be diagnosed with advanced chronic kidney disease if we use the right glucose-lowering agents in the earliest stages.

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