Provides nurses and health care professionals with key aspects of diabetes management, treatment and risk reduction strategies. An excellent resource for those planning to take Board Certification in Advanced DM Management Exam (BC-ADM) or for those interested in expanding knowledge of issues specific to women, children and elderly. Includes management for type 1, type 2 and more. 2nd Ed 2009, 550 pgs
Spiral bound handbook with easy-to-find diabetes care guidelines, protocols, and facts. A practical resource for nurse practitioners and health care professionals to apply in clinical care for type 1, type 2, and gestational diabetes. A helpful study tool for those taking the BC-ADM exam. Published in conjunction with the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. Spiral Bound, 6″ x 9″ 76 pages.
A first-line treatment regimen for diabetes management is nutrition therapy. For positive, cost-effective outcomes, few other treatments can compare. As an essential component of effective diabetes management, care providers need a complete, updated, concise guide for the development and implementation of MNT. Completely rewritten to incorporate the latest research and guidelines to make nutrition therapy effective. Provides a comprehensive evidence-based foundation for successful MNT interventions. 576 pgs. 2012.
This landmark 2012 ADA text covers all of the issues that care providers should consider when a patient takes on the burdens of diabetes self-management and deals with living with a chronic disease. Sections cover behavioral health, self-management, implementation of treatment technology, and life course issues. Find out the details on key issues in diabetes management, such as special issues for children and adolescents, introducing insulin pump therapy, adherence to regimens, and identifying and dealing with depression, disordered eating, and cognitive dysfunction.
This laminated 6 fold brochure is a compact, but complete pocket chart that lists the major steps in diabetic foot examination. Includes risk classification plus strategies for treating infections in the diabetic foot, foot ulcer classification, indications for different dressings, and a guide for footwear prescription. Also contains foot deformity diagrams and visual instructions for the monofilament test and ABI calculation.
This book focuses on key areas, including important clinical trials and the latest ADA Standards of Care. The first section is on Diagnosis and Classification/Pathogenesis of diabetes, and discusses the latest molecular advances and strategies to influence the type 1 process. The Diabetes Standards and Education section elucidates treatment goals and the importance of key are in diabetes self-management education.