Pharmacy Diabetes

GLP-1 Analogues Quiz

1. Side effects most likely include

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2. All GLP-1 agonists must be injected. To keep the NDSS accurate this requires a change in the person with diabetes status. Logging into to Pharmacy Diabetes and accessing Access Point Categories/Needles & Syringes will direct you to the forms to update this change.

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3. Mrs Jones has just presented you with a prescription for a new medication called Semaglutide which she will be injecting once a week. The doctor has given her no information about this. You notice she has been taking insulin for some time, so you are comfortable she knows about injection technique. What is the best advice for Mrs Jones?

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4. Mr Heinz has had diabetes for several years and his doctor has started him on a new medicine (Dulaglitide) that he injects once a week every Thursday morning. He has been using it now for several months but knows little about this medicine or how it works. He is unsure if it is working since, he has not experienced any effects of this new medicine. What is the best advice for Mr Heinz?

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Which of the following is true about semaglutide?

Please select 2 correct answers

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All GLP1 agonists are injected once a week only

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