Effects of sotagliflozin in diabetes, recent worsening HF

2021-06-10

Diabetes patients with recent worsening heart failure who were treated with sotagliflozin for a median of 9 to 16 months had a 22% to 43% drop in mortality risk due to cardiovascular causes, as well as hospitalization or emergency visits for HF, compared with those who were treated with placebo, according to a study presented at the American College of Cardiology's Scientific Session. The findings, based on data from 11,784 people, also showed that sotagliflozin treatment was effective among all diabetes patients with any kind of heart failure.

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