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New Fixed Ratio Basal – Bolus Insulin Combination Therapy for Primary Care Physicians

for Primary Care Physicians

This course reviews the rationale for combining basal insulin with rapid-acting insulin analogues and highlights some important safety aspects of this treatment approach. Participants will learn how new fixed-ratio basal insulin and rapid-acting insulin analogue combination can help control fasting plasma glucose and postprandial glucose. Guidance is provided that is intended to help you identify appropriate patients for these flexible and convenient combination. Sign up to the E-Alert to be updated on all new publications.

Course contents

  • Roundtable

    Insulin intensification: a practical perspective on the use of new fixed ratio basal-bolus insulin combination therapies

    • Guidelines on insulin intensification
    • Contribution of FPG and PPG to HbA1c before and after treatment intensification
    • Choosing the optimal insulin intensification regimen - what are the different options)
    • Steps in transitioning to fixed ratio basal–bolus insulin combinations which patients are benefiting most
  • Webcast

    Clinical profile, efficacy, and safety of new fixed ratio basal–bolus insulin combinations

    • Differentiate the new fixed ratio basal–bolus combinations from premixed insulins based on PK/PD profile
    • Efficacy and safety profile of new fixed ratio basal–bolus combinations, their convenience and flexibility
    • Clinical indications in T1D and T2D
  • Infographic


    • Incidence of hypoglycaemia in T1D and T2D
    • Symptoms of hypoglycaemia
    • Causes of hypoglycemia
    • Preventing hypoglycaemia
    • Best therapies for lowering the risk of hypoglycaemia
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