Comparing Medications for Adults With Type 2 Diabetes
Comparative Effectiveness of Treatment Options: Intermediate Outcomes
Intermediate clinical outcomes were the most frequently evaluated outcomes. There were 121 relevant articles with data from only randomized controlled trials that addressed either HbA1c, body weight, or lipids. Fifty-one of the studies had also been included in the 2007 CER.
Keywords: treatment options | intermediate outcomes | glycemic control | hemoglobin A1c | body weight | lipids
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