By Jeff Unger MD
This e-book deals basic care physicians evidence-based guidance for comparing and treating all sufferers with diabetes. It covers all facets of outpatient and hospital-based diabetes deal with all age teams, and comprises behavioral interventions for reinforcing sufferer adherence.Coverage contains fine-tuning glycemic administration with automatic self-blood glucose tracking software program, comparing and treating sufferers with metabolic syndrome and polycystic ovary syndrome, coping with psychological ailment in sufferers with diabetes, and prevention of microvascular and macrovascular problems. The ebook discusses more recent insulin remedy protocols, insulin supply units akin to pumps, pens, and inhaled insulin, and novel pharmacotherapies together with incretin mimetics and DPP-IV inhibitors.
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