ABC of Diabetes

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The ABC of Diabetes comprises a comprehensive view of the practical issues relating to diagnosis and treatment of diabetes together with very practical advice on the management of its complications. The entire emphasis relates to clinical practice.What is diabetes?.pClinical presentation: why is diabetes so often missed?.pAims of treatment: a healthy lifestyle.pTreatment of Type 2 diabetes mellitus.pInsulin treatment.pAssessment of diabetic control: adjustment of insulin dose.pThe unstable Type 1 diabetic patient.pHypoglycaemia.pDiabetic emergencies: ketoacidosis and management during surgery.pMicrovascular diabetic complications: causes and prevention.pRetinopathy.pPeripheral neuropathies.pAutonomic neuropathy.pMononeuropathies and acute painful neuropathies.pThe diabetic foot.pDiabetic nephropathy.pCardiovascular disease, hypertension, lipids and myocardial infarction.pPregnancy.pOrganisation of diabetic care: primary-secondary care interface.pPractical problemsThe ABC of Diabetes comprises a comprehensive view of the practical issues relating to diagnosis and treatment of diabetes together with very practical advice on the management of its complications. The entire emphasis relates to clinical practice.

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