By Brian M. Frier, Simon Heller, Rory McCrimmon
If you often see sufferers with diabetes who event hypoglycaemia and wish professional tips, then this can be the publication for you.
Hypoglycaemia in scientific Diabetes, 3rd Edition once more presents wellbeing and fitness execs eager about the administration of individuals with diabetes with an expertly written, finished consultant to hypoglycaemia, the most typical and feared facet impact of insulin remedy for diabetes.
as regards to ADA and EASD directions all through, issues lined comprise the physiology of hypoglycaemia and the body’s reaction to a low blood glucose, its presentation and medical features, potential morbidity and optimum scientific administration with the intention to in attaining and retain sturdy glycaemic control.
specific recognition is paid to the way hypoglycaemia is controlled in several teams of sufferers, comparable to the elderly, in young ones, or in the course of pregnancy.
New chapters in this edition include:
- Psychological results of hypoglycaemia
- Technology for hypoglycaemia: CSII and CGM
- Exercise administration and hypoglycaemia in sort 1 diabetes
- Neurological sequelae of hypoglycaemia
Valuable for diabetologists, endocrinologists, non-specialist physicians and common practitioners, Hypoglycaemia in scientific Diabetes, 3rd Edition provides professional scientific counsel to this super universal and most likely critical problem linked to diabetic management.
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Fletcher AA, Campbell WR (1922). The blood sugar following insulin administration and the symptom complex-hypoglycemia. Journal of Metabolic Research 2: 637–49. Geddes J, Warren, RE, Sommerfield AJ, McAulay V, Strachan MWJ, Allen KV et al. (2006). Absence of sexual dimorphism in the symptomatic responses to hypoglycemia in adults with and without type 1 diabetes. Diabetes Care 29: 1667–9. Gold AE, Deary IJ, MacLeod KM, Frier BM (1995a). The effect of IQ level on the degree of cognitive deterioration experienced during acute hypoglycemia in normal humans.
The total symptom complex The most basic question is: what symptoms do people report when they develop hypoglycaemia? In humans the symptoms associated with hypoglycaemia were first recorded when insulin became available for the treatment of diabetes (Fletcher and Campbell, 1922). 1). It was noted: that some symptoms Hypoglycaemia in Clinical Diabetes, 2nd Edition. M. Frier and M. , 1993a, Figure 2) SYMPTOMS OF HYPOGLYCAEMIA 27 appeared before others during hypoglycaemia; that the blood glucose level at which subjects became aware of hypoglycaemia was characteristic for the individual; that there were large individual differences in the levels of blood glucose at which awareness of hypoglycaemia commenced; and that the preceding blood glucose concentration could affect the onset of symptoms.
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