ADA/PDR Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes

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The complete reference tool for physicians involved in diabetes patient care Updated, comprehensive, and produced in partnership with the American Diabetes Associationr, the new ADAr/PDRr Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes is the most authoritative guide to diabetes therapeutics currently available. Focused specifically on the diabetes drug class, this book expands into key related comorbid areas with detailed coverage of treating hypertension and hyperlipidemia in patients with diabetes. Bridging the gap ...

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Overview

The complete reference tool for physicians involved in diabetes patient care Updated, comprehensive, and produced in partnership with the American Diabetes Associationr, the new ADAr/PDRr Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes is the most authoritative guide to diabetes therapeutics currently available. Focused specifically on the diabetes drug class, this book expands into key related comorbid areas with detailed coverage of treating hypertension and hyperlipidemia in patients with diabetes. Bridging the gap between drug handbooks and pharmacology texts, the new ADAr/PDRr Medications for the Treatment of Diabetes provides the treating clinician with the most extensive and reliable drug reference specific to the care of diabetic patients.

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Reviewer: Ronald N. Cohen, MD (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The first section of this book includes overviews of all medications used to treat hyperglycemia and diabetes. For each medication, extensive prescribing information and drug interactions are included. Next, two sections discuss strategies for managing both macrovascular and microvascular diseases associated with diabetes. The final section discusses novel antidiabetic medications in development that may be available in the future
Purpose: The purpose is to provide in-depth but easy to use summaries of medications and treatment strategies used in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. As a collaboration between the ADA and PDR, it is meant to be an authoritative and definitive reference on this important topic.
Audience: The book is written to provide physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physician assistants, dietitians, and patients all the information they need to understand why and how antihyperglycemic medications are used. I think the book will be especially useful to physicians (particularly endocrinologists) who care for patients with diabetes.
Features: All classes of medications used to treat diabetes are covered. There are also nice overviews of diabetes management strategies. Important prescribing information is included, as well as extensive tables of potential drug interactions.
Assessment: This is an excellent, worthwhile reference for physicians who take care of patients with diabetes. While there are other places to obtain prescribing information, I found this to be a helpful, well written, and organized book. It is particularly nice to have extensive medication information combined with useful discussions of treatment strategies for both diabetes and its complications.
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Reviewer: Ronald N. Cohen, MD (University of Chicago Medical Center)
Description: The first section of this book includes overviews of all medications used to treat hyperglycemia and diabetes. For each medication, extensive prescribing information and drug interactions are included. Next, two sections discuss strategies for managing both macrovascular and microvascular diseases associated with diabetes. The final section discusses novel antidiabetic medications in development that may be available in the future
Purpose: The purpose is to provide in-depth but easy to use summaries of medications and treatment strategies used in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes. As a collaboration between the ADA and PDR, it is meant to be an authoritative and definitive reference on this important topic.
Audience: The book is written to provide physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, pharmacists, physician assistants, dietitians, and patients all the information they need to understand why and how antihyperglycemic medications are used. I think the book will be especially useful to physicians (particularly endocrinologists) who care for patients with diabetes.
Features: All classes of medications used to treat diabetes are covered. There are also nice overviews of diabetes management strategies. Important prescribing information is included, as well as extensive tables of potential drug interactions.
Assessment: This is an excellent, worthwhile reference for physicians who take care of patients with diabetes. While there are other places to obtain prescribing information, I found this to be a helpful, well written, and organized book. It is particularly nice to have extensive medication information combined with useful discussions of treatment strategies for both diabetes and its complications.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781563637346
  • Publisher: PDR Network
  • Publication date: 7/1/2008
  • Pages: 290
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 1.20 (d)

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