The Uncomplicated Guide to Diabetes Complications
McGraw-Hill, Sep 3, 2002 - Education - 384 pages
The Uncomplicated Guide to Diabetes Complications helps you understand the complications of diabetes, what they mean, and what treatments are available. This updated second edition includes information on the newest medications and recommendations from the recently completed Diabetes Prevention Program.
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The uncomplicated guide to diabetes complicationsUser Review - Book Verdict
Insulin and antibiotics have significantly prolonged the lives of people with diabetes, but longer life spans also allow many diabetics to develop complications of the disease. It is those complications that are addressed here. A question-and-answer format combined with case histories takes the reader through complications of the heart, nerves, feet, eyes, skin, and kidneys. Additional sections discuss psychosocial complications, sexual health, and obesity and physical inactivity. Medical terms and procedures are clearly defined and explained throughout the text. This is an excellent reference focusing on education and self-care, which complements The Johns Hopkins's Guide to Diabetes (LJ 7/97) and the American Diabetes Association Complete Guide to Diabetes (LJ 8/96). Essential for all consumer health collections.--Kate Kelly, Treadwell Lib., Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston
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This is a good book on diabetic skin conditions.This book doesn't mention diabetes can cause diabetic keratopathy[corneal disease] and fatty liver disease. ...