· Evaluates and critically appraises the full range of published literature in the field
· Guides the busy clinician to important areas of recent research quickly and efficiently
· Places the selected articles in relation to the already established knowledge within the field
· Summarizes key papers and identifies their importance to clinical practice
The Year in Diabetes 2003 presents selected articles from major scientific journals within the specialty. The editors provide expert comment on recently published management guidelines and the findings of newly-completed trials, placing the published literature in a clinical context. Special sections on Diabetes and Pregnancy, and co-existing disorders such as Obesity and Dyslipidaemia enhance this volume's usefulness to physicians who encounter diabetes in their daily clinical practice.
Ever-changing and increasingly complex issues demand much of the contemporary diabetologist. It doesn't take long for state-of-the-art diagnostic procedures, information on prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of complications to become yesterday's news. The Year in Diabetes 2003 contains a wide range of recent and emerging research that shed light on the diabetic condition and lead to improvements in the clinical care of patients.