Cambridge University Press, 1999 - 189 pages
Written as a practical guide for the junior doctor on the management of the diabetic patient, either in the context of the diabetic clinic, within the hospital or in the emergency department or hospital ward. Structured in a problem-orientated way, the book focuses on the areas of maximum anxiety for the junior doctor, for example, hyperglycaemic emergencies, the diabetic mother and the patient with multiple complications. Key features* Aimed specifically at junior hospital doctors* Focuses on the problems faced by hospital staff* Attractive, user-friendly format* Written by a practising and distinguished diabetologist* Up-to-date--summarises and incorporates the findings of the UKPDS and other key recent research trials
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Classification and diagnosis
Insulin therapy principles and practice
Management of Type 2 diabetes
Insulin infusions management of diabetes in surgical patients
Management of diabetes on the general wards
Diabetic renal disease
The diabetic foot
Important clinical trials in diabetes
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Page 147 - If you do not manage to persuade patients to stop driving, or you are given or find evidence that a patient is continuing to drive contrary to advice, you should disclose relevant medical information immediately, in confidence, to the medical adviser at the DVLA.