Diabetes in Clinical Practice is a practical handbook on the diagnosis, treatment and management of type 2 diabetes. It covers all areas of the treatment and management of type 2 diabetes, from patient education on issues such as healthy eating and exercise to the possible medical therapies and drugs available. As such, this book aids in both directly treating the disease and working towards the prevention of any unnecessary complications that can arise out of living with this condition.
Concise, yet thorough, Diabetes in Clinical Practice is a valuable companion to those family practitioners and other clinicians who are faced with this increasingly prevalent disease.
Type 2 diabetes: the modern epidemic.- Management of diabetes.- Non-insulin agents in the management of type 2 diabetes.- Insulin in the management of type 2 diabetes.- Complications of diabetes.- Diabetic emergencies.- Patient education.