The book is divided into three sections. The first introduces diabetes and examines the altered physiology, the diagnosis, the treatments available and the complications of diabetes. The second section addresses the practice of patient education and the clinical management of diabetes. The third section puts diabetes in care into context. It examines the broader issues involved in diabetes care, including the psychological and ethical aspects of diabetes.
The Treatment of diabetes.
Complications of Diabetes.
Education of The Person With Diabetes.
Commonly Occurring Situations Which Make Diabetes More Difficult to Control.
Care of Diabetes in Special Groups of People.
Diabetes care in The Community