Preface. Key to the boxes. List of abbreviations. Part 1: Introduction to diabetes. 1 Introduction to diabetes. 2 History of diabetes. 3 Diagnosis and classifi cation of diabetes. 4 Public health aspects of diabetes. 5 Normal physiology of insulin secretion and action. 6 Epidemiology and aetiology of type 1 diabetes. 7 Epidemiology and aetiology of type 2 diabetes. 8 Other types of diabetes. Part 2: Metabolic control and complications. 9 Diabetes control and its measurement. 10 Management of type 1 diabetes. 11 Management of type 2 diabetes. 12 Diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperglycaemic hyperosmolar state and lactic acidosis. 13 Hypoglycaemia. 14 Control and complications. 15 Diabetic eye disease. 16 Diabetic nephropathy. 17 Diabetic neuropathy. 18 Blood lipid abnormalities. 19 Hypertension in diabetes. 20 Macrovascular disease in diabetes. 21 Foot problems in diabetes. 22 Sexual problems in diabetes. 23 Gastrointestinal problems in diabetes. 24 Skin and connective tissue disorders in diabetes. 25 Psychological and psychiatric problems in diabetes. Part 3: The spectrum and organisation of diabetes care. 26 Specifi c circumstances that affect diabetes control. 27 Pregnancy and diabetes. 28 Diabetes in childhood and adolescence. 29 Diabetes in old age. 30 Diabetes and lifestyle. 31 Organisation of diabetes care: diabetes specialist nursing, diabetes education and general practice. 32 Future directions in diabetes management and research. Index.
Rudy Bilous MD, FRCP, Professor of Clinical Medicine,Newcastle University; Hon. Consultant Endocrinologist, South TeesFoundation Trust, Middlesbrough, UK Richard Donnelly MD, PhD, FRCP, FRACP, Head, School ofGraduate Entry Medicine and Health, University of Nottingham; Hon.Consultant Physician, Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Derby,UK
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