SGLT2 Inhibitors – The New HF Therapies on the Block
Published: 25 August 2020
21m 5sPart 5 Panel discussion
In this Educational Symposium from the e-SPACE Heart Failure Global Web-Conference, Subodh Verma, Nikolaus Marx and Shelley Zieroth discuss SGLT2 inhibitors covering their history, a clinical perspective into what we have learned about them and how future trials might affect clinical practice.
- Raise Awareness of SGLT2 Inhibitors as Cardiovascular Therapies With Cardio–Renal Benefits
- Highlight Appropriate Patients for Initiation of an SGLT2 Inhibitor and Share With Cardiologists the Well-Established Safety Profile and Clinical Considerations for SGLT2 Inhibitor Treatment
- Inform Cardiologists of the Current Evidence and Ongoing Trials for SGLT2 Inhibitors in Patients With HF
- 5 mins - Welcome & introduction - Subodh Verma
- 15 mins - A brief history of SGLT2 inhibitors - Subodh Verma
- 15 mins - What have we learned about SGLT2 inhibitors? A clinical perspective - Nikolaus Marx
- 15 mins - How might future trials affect how I might treat my patients? - Shelley Zieroth
- 10 mins - Faculty discussion (pre-recorded) - All Faculty
- Close - Subodh Verma
- Live Q&A and discussion - All Faculty
More from this programme
Welcome & Introductions
A Brief History of SGLT2 Inhibitors
What Have We Learned About SGLT2 Inhibitors? A Clinical Perspective
How Might Future Trials Affect How I Treat My Patients?
Dr Subodh Verma is a cardiac surgeon-scientist at St Michael’s Hospital and Professor in the Departments of Surgery, and Pharmacology and Toxicity at the University of Toronto. He is also the current Canada Research Chair in Cardiovascular Surgery.
Dr Verma oversees a prolific basic, translational and clinical research program. He spearheads the CARDIOLINK clinical trials platform at St Michael’s Hospital and has leadership roles in seven ongoing global heart failure trials.