- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
- Antal sidor
- 2011 ed.
- Humana Press Inc.
- Lien, Lillian (ed.), Feinglos, Mark N. (ed.), Corsino, Leonor (ed.)
- 50 schwarz-weiße Abbildungen
- 24 Tables, black and white; 8 Illustrations, black and white; XVIII, 250 p. 8 illus.
- 232 x 161 x 10 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Paperback / softback
- 250 g
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Glycemic Control in the Hospitalized Patient: A Comprehensive Clinical Guide is a unique, practical resource for health care providers dealing with hyperglycemia in the inpatient setting. Outlining a hands-on approach used by the Duke University Inpatient Diabetes Management team, the book discusses a wide range of scenarios that occur while treating patients with hyperglycemia, including challenging circumstances such as steroids and tube feeding regimens. Special emphasis is given to insulin therapy. The chapters are written by a group of health care providers with extensive, pioneering experience in hyperglycemia control in the inpatient setting at the Duke University Medical Center. The book includes the most up-to-date scientific evidence and information and is addressed to not only hospitalists and general internists but also endocrinology fellows, residents, nurse practitioners, nurses, and other primary care practitioners who treat patients in the inpatient setting. The focus is clearly on practical, patient-care topics. Glycemic Control in the Hospitalized Patient: A Comprehensive Clinical Guide is a first-of-its kind, comprehensive guide to state-of-the-art inpatient glycemic management.
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Mark N Feinglos, Mary Angelyn Bethel
In this practical book, the authors of each chapter have synthesized the currently available evidence regarding specific issues in diabetes care. The chapters have been written by an interdisciplinary team of scientists and medical professionals. ...
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From the reviews: "This book provides guidelines for managing hyperglycemia in hospitalized patients. ... It is intended for any healthcare professional, from student to attending, managing inpatients with hyperglycemia. The book is written in a way to be easily accessible to all levels of healthcare providers. ... The chapters are concise and full of practical information and useful tables. Key points are noted in bullets. This concise book is very useful for practitioners caring for inpatients with hyperglycemia." (Suma Dronavalli, Doody's Review Service, January, 2011)
Preface: Rationale for Inpatient Management of Hyperglycemia Lillian F. Lien, Mary E. Cox, Mark N. Feinglos, Leonor Corsino Foreward Guillermo E. Umpierrez 1. Physiology of Diabetes Mellitus and Types of Insulin Bryan C. Batch, Mary E. Cox, and Lillian F. Lien 2. Subcutaneous insulin: A Guide for Dosing Regimens in the Hospital Karen Barnard, Bryan C. Batch, and Lillian F. Lien 3. IV Insulin Infusions: How to Use an "Insulin Drip" Melanie Mabrey and Lillian F. Lien 4. Laboratory Testing in Hospitalized Patients with Diabetes Mellitus Karen Barnard and Mary E. Cox 5. Inpatient Diabetes Education: Realistic and Evidence-Based Ellen D. Davis, Anne T. Nettles, and Ashley Leak 6. Hyperglycemic Emergencies: Diabetic Ketoacidosis and Hyperosmolar Hyperglycemic State Leonor Corsino and Lekshmi T. Nair 7. Medical Nutrition Therapy in the Hospital Sarah Gauger 8. Insulin Pumps and Glucose Sensors in the Hospital Sarah Gauger 9. Non-Insulin Antidiabetic Medications in the Inpatient Setting Jennifer V. Rowell, Lekshmi T. Nair, Mary E. Cox 10. Hypoglycemia Melanie Mabrey, Mary E. Cox, and Lillian F. Lien 11. Transitioning to Outpatient Care Beatrice Hong and Ellen D. Davis 12. Management of Hyperglycemia Associated with Enteral and Parenteral Nutrition Sarah Gauger 13. When To Consult Endocrinology Beatrice Hong 14. Frequently Asked Questions Mary E. Cox and Matthew J. Crowley