1 An introduction to insulin pumps. 2 Mastering the insulin pump. 3 An introduction to continuous glucose monitoring. 4 Interpretation of continuous glucose monitoring recordings. 5 How healthcare professionals can support people with diabetes to make best use of continuous glucose monitoring. 6 Glucose profile in normal and well-controlled diabetic patients. 7 Abnormalities of glucose profile at night. 8 Abnormalities of glucose profile in relatino to food. 9 Abnormalities of glucose profile in relation to activity. 10 Using continuous glucose monitoring to manage difficult diabetes cases. 11 Sensor-augmented pump therapy.
Dr. Klonoff is a graduate of UC Berkeley and UCSF Medical School. His postgraduate training included two years at UCLA Hospital and three years at UCSF Hospitals. Dr. Klonoff is Board Certified in Endocrinology. He is founder and President of Diabetes Technology Society and Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Diabetes Science and Technology, the world's largest scientific diabetes technology journal. He is also chair of the annual Clinical Diabetes Technology Meeting which is presented by Diabetes Technology Society in cooperation with the UCSF Diabetes Center and other leading medical centers. He has been an advisor to several US government agencies regarding their research on diabetes, physiological monitoring, and drug delivery technology, including NIH, FDA, CDC, NASA, US Army, and US Air Force.
Whether you are an experienced health care professional working in the field of diabetes technology or fairly new to it all, 'Insulin Pumps and CGM made easy' will provide you with excellent insights into how to get the most from these technologies. This is a 'must have' for the book shelf of those working with people who have Type 1 diabetes.
Dr Emma Wilmot, Chair ABCD Insulin Pump Network UK, Consultant Diabetologist, Derby