Impact of Ideal CV Health on Risk of T2DM


Is the number of CV health measures associated with similar risk reduction among patients with higher T2DM risk or lower risk? New study sheds light.

Joshua Joseph, MD, and fellow researchers from multiple centers in the US have found that having a higher number of ideal cardiovascular health components is associated with lower risk of diabetes in patients with normal fasting glucose. Click through the slides below for details on their study and take home points for clinical practice.

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