Management of Cardiometabolic Disorders, Medical Economics

October 2009
Pharmaceutical Representative;Oct2009, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p21
The article discusses the management and treatment regimens of patients with cardiometabolic disorders. It states that the art of medicine is as important as the science of medicine when monitoring patients' treatment regimen. Physicians have limited time in sharing a message that will encourage patients to adhere to a treatment plan or change their lifestyles. They agree that a successful patient education starts with the primary care physician.


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