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Virtually all patients with diabetes (type 1 or type 2) can improve their glycemic control and overall health through intensive diabetes management. With emphasis on the team approach, Intensive Diabetes Management offers the information you need to help each patient move toward treatment goals appropriate for their individual skills and medical condition. For clinicians striving to deliver diabetes therapy for the 21st century, this is the essential guide.
Chapter 1: Terminology of Intensive Diabetes Management Chapter 2: Rationale for and Psychological Basis of Intensive Diabetes Management Chapter 3: The Team Approach Chapter 4: Diabetes Self-Management Education Chapter 5: Psychosocial Issues Chapter 6: Patient Selection and Goals of Therapy Chapter 7: Multiple-Component Insulin Regimens Chapter 8: Insulin Infusion Pump Therapy Chapter 9: Monitoring Chapter 10: Nutrition Management
American Diabetes Association/Joseph I. Wolfsdorf, MB, BCh, Editor
Dr. Wolfsdorf is the Clinical Director and Associate Chief, Diabetes Program, Division of Endocrinology, Children's Hospital in Boston. He is also Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard Medical School.
Posted August 9, 2013
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