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Judges’ summary of the book:
“The coverage of the biochemistry of diabetes is excellent. This is mandatory reading for all clinicians involved with diabetes and also a must for many expert patients.”
The Handbook of Diabetes is now in its third edition and continues to grow in popularity as an essential manual for all healthcare professionals involved in the treatment of patients with diabetes. As a concise reference book, the contents are edited and rewritten from Pickup & Williams' Textbook of Diabetes (Third Edition).
This new edition has been extensively revised and updated, and is richly illustrated throughout in full color. Handbook of Diabetes, Third Edition, contains a wealth of clinical wisdom against a backdrop of clinical science that will be of help to every member of the diabetes care team.
The book contains predominantly color illustrations, with some black-and-white illustrations.
1. Introduction to diabetes.
2. History of diabetes.
3. Diagnosis and classification of diabetes.
4. Public health aspects of diabetes.
5. Normal physiology of insulin secretion and action.
6. Epidemiology and aetiology of type 1 diabetes.
7. Epidemiology and aetiology of type 2 diabetes.
8. Other types of diabetes.
9. Diabetic control and its measurement.
10. Management of type 1 diabetes.
11. Management of type 2 diabetes.
12. Diabetic ketoacidosis and hyperosmolar non-ketotic hyperglycaemia.
14. Control and complications.
15. Diabetic eye disease.
16. Diabetic nephropathy.
17. Diabetic neuropathy.
18. Blood lipid abnormalities.
19. Hypertension in diabetes.
20. Macrovascular disease in diabetes.
21. Foot problems in diabetes.
22. Sexual problems in diabetes.
23. Gastrointestinal problems in diabetes.
24. Skin and connective tissue disorders in diabetes.
25. Psychological and psychiatric problems in diabetes.
26. Some intercurrent problems in diabetes.
27. Pregnancy and diabetes.
28. Diabetes in childhood and adolescence.
29. Diabetes in old age.
30. Diabetes and lifestyle.
31. Organization of diabetes care: diabetes specialist nursing, diabetes education and general practice.
32. Future directions in diabetes management and research.