Springer Science & Business Media, 6 dic. 2012 - 168 páginas
"This book sets out to explain just what diabetes is and how it can be managed successfully. It is intended to help those who have developed diabetes and to interest others who want to understand the implications of this common disorder. Experience with the earlier editions has show the book to be of value not only to those with diabetes but also to nurses who have to look after diabetic patients."--Excerpt from preface to fourth edition.
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Diagnosis and origin of diabetes
Symptoms of diabetes
Tablets for the treatment of diabetes
Treatment of mild diabetes
Treatment with insulin
Diet and control of diabetes
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