Fixed-Dose and Fixed-Ratio Combination Therapies in Type 2 Diabetes

Robert Schlosser
Canadian Journal of Diabetes 2019, 43 (6): 440-444
The progressive natural history underlying type 2 diabetes often necessitates the use of multiple anti-hyperglycemic medications to achieve therapeutic goals and targets. The associated complexity of these regimens presents significant challenges to both physicians and patients. Fixed-dose oral and fixed-ratio injectable combination agents offer significant potential to simplify and consolidate therapy and lessen barriers to adherence.

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