Key to the boxes
Part 1 Introduction to diabetes
Chapter 1 Introduction to diabetes
Chapter 2 History of diabetes
Chapter 3 Diagnosis and classification of diabetes
Chapter 4 Public health aspects of diabetes
Chapter 5 Normal physiology of insulin secretion and action, and the incretin effect
Chapter 6 Epidemiology and aetiology of type 1 diabetes
Chapter 7 Epidemiology and aetiology of type 2 diabetes
Chapter 8 Other types of diabetes
Part 2 Metabolic control and complications
Chapter 9 Diabetes control and its measurement
Chapter 10 Management of type 1 diabetes
Chapter 11 Management of type 2 diabetes
Chapter 12 Diabetic ketoacidosis, hyperglycaemic hyperosmolar state and lactic acidosis
Chapter 13 Hypoglycaemia
Chapter 14 Causes of complications
Chapter 15 Diabetic eye disease
Chapter 16 Diabetic nephropathy
Chapter 17 Diabetic neuropathy
Chapter 18 Blood lipid abnormalities
Chapter 19 Hypertension in diabetes
Chapter 20 Macrovascular disease in diabetes:
Chapter 21 Foot problems in diabetes
Chapter 22 Sexual problems in diabetes
Chapter 23 Gastrointestinal problems in diabetes
Chapter 24 Non-alcoholic liver disease (NAFLD)
Chapter 25 Diabetes and cancer
Chapter 26 Skin and connective tissue disorders in diabetes
Chapter 27 Psychological and psychiatric problems in diabetes
Part 3 The spectrum and organisation of diabetes care
Chapter 28 Intercurrent situations that affect diabetes control
Chapter 29 Pregnancy and diabetes
Chapter 30 Diabetes in childhood and adolescence
Chapter 31 Diabetes in old age
Chapter 32 Diabetes and lifestyle
Chapter 33 Organization of diabetes care: integrating diabetes service
Chapter 34 Transplantation and stem cell therapy
The Handbook of Diabetes provides concise and efficient coverage of the diagnosis, epidemiology, and management of diabetes and its complications. Containing hundreds of attractive colour diagrams, illustrations, and clinical photographs, this popular quick-reference guide focuses on the management and measurement of diabetes mellitus with highly visual references.
Now in its fifth edition, this market-leading book aligns with the most recent guidelines from the American Diabetes Association (ADA), the European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD), Diabetes UK, and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), presenting authoritative clinical coverage of diabetes in an accessible format with rich pedagogical features.
- Five new chapters provide detailed coverage of liver disease, diabetes education, bariatric surgery, diabetes and cancer, and the use of incretin-based therapies and SGLT2 Inhibitors in the management of Type II diabetes
- Updated and expanded topics include the relation between hypoglycaemia and dementia, anxiety and depression, the NICE Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF), and the impacts of diabetes to self-care, mental health, and decision-making
- Provides a wealth of pedagogical features such as vignettes and case histories, important learning points, summaries of key clinical trials, and links to further readings
Handbook of Diabetes, remains the essential practical companion for all health professionals involved in managing patients with diabetes, and an up-to-date reference for diabetes and endocrinology researchers, scientists, and academics.
Rudy Bilous, MD, FRCP, is Professor Emeritus of Clinical Medicine at the Newcastle University, UK. He is the author of The British Medical Association Family Guide to Diabetes, Diabetes, and Understanding Diabetes, and was the Chair of the NICE Guideline Development Group for Diabetes in Pregnancy.
Richard Donnelly, MD, PhD, FRCP, FRACP, is Emeritus Professor, School of Medicine, University of Nottingham, UK. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Obesity & Metabolism.
Iskandar Idris, DM, FRCP, is Associate Professor in Diabetes and Vascular Medicine at the Division of Graduate Entry Medicine and Medical Sciences, School of Medicine, University of Nottingham, UK. He is also Training Programme Director for Specialist Training in Diabetes and Endocrinology for the Health Education England East Midlands. He has published widely in the field of Diabetes and Obesity.