Journal Club #7: Adjunctive Metformin for Antipsychotic-Induced Dyslipidemia: Meta-Analysis of Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trials.
Article: Transl Psychiatry. 2020 Apr 23;10(1):117.
This journal club will answer this clinically relevant question:
- Is adjunctive metformin effective for reducing total cholesterol, triglycerides, LDL and HDL?
This journal club includes an expert discussion section with Dr. Satinder Pal Kaur. She is a Family Medicine physician and will answer the following clinical questions:
- How to dose and titrate metformin?
- What laboratory evaluation is needed before and after initiating metformin?
- Precautions with metformin use.
- Common side effects with metformin use.
- How to manage or prevent GI side effects with metformin?
Journal Club #7 is Available for a Free Preview:
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- Goal: is to have all important clinically relevant topics in one course.
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