SGLT2 Inhibitors Reduce CV Mortality, Heart Failure Hospitalizations in Patients With Heart Failure: Systematic Review and Meta-analysis

May 15-17, 2021; Virtual
In meta-analysis of 15 randomized, placebo-controlled clinical trials, SGLT2 inhibitors reduced risk of all-cause and CV mortality and risk of composite heart failure endpoint in key patient subgroups.
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Released: July 1, 2021


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