By Nikolaos Katsilambros, Christina Kanaka?Gantenbein, Stavros Liatis, Konstantinos Makrilakis, Nikolaos Tentolouris(auth.)
Diabetic emergencies are a very critical results of bad glycemic keep watch over and if now not handled speedy and successfully may end up in loss of life.
Diabetic Emergencies: prognosis and scientific Management presents emergency room employees, diabetes experts and endocrinologists with hugely functional, uncomplicated medical information on either the presentation of great diabetic emergencies like ketoacidosis, hyperosmolar coma and serious hyper- and hypoglycemia, and the simplest equipment of either coping with the emergencies and administering acceptable follow-up care.
each one truly dependent bankruptcy highlights: definition of emergency; epidemiology; potential reasons; diagnosis; clinical administration (including challenge areas); follow-up management/care; patient recommendation
Case experiences in the course of the textual content relief medical knowing of real-life situations, as do the a number of selection questions and key points/take-home messages. transparent tables and administration algorithms spotlight crucial positive factors of analysis and sufferer administration.
excellent for either the trainee and the junior professional, this ebook can be an invaluable quick entry device within the pre- and post-hospital atmosphere, particularly for medical professionals to top propose sufferers with notoriously bad glycaemic keep watch over who've both suffered from or who're prone to diabetic emergencies.Content:
Chapter 1 Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Adults (pages 1–32): Nikolaos Tentolouris and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter 2 Diabetic Ketoacidosis in formative years and youth (pages 33–60): Christina Kanaka?Gantenbein
Chapter three Hyperosmolar Non?Ketotic Hyperglycemia (pages 61–84): Konstantinos Makrilakis and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter four Hypoglycemia attributable to Insulin (pages 85–112): Stavros Liatis and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter five Hypoglycemia brought on by Insulin Secretagogues (pages 113–132): Nikolaos Tentolouris and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter 6 Lactic Acidosis in Diabetes (pages 133–147): Nikolaos Tentolouris and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter 7 administration of Hyperglycemia within the health facility (pages 148–177): Stavros Liatis and Nikolaos Katsilambros
Chapter eight Sick?Day ideas in Diabetes (pages 178–191): Konstantinos Makrilakis and Nikolaos Katsilambros
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Diabetic Emergencies: Diagnosis and clinical management by Nikolaos Katsilambros, Christina Kanaka?Gantenbein, Stavros Liatis, Konstantinos Makrilakis, Nikolaos Tentolouris(auth.)