Type 1 diabetes is a complex disease that affects every aspect of a patient's life, often beginning from a very young age. Health-care professionals are tasked with creating individualized, flexible treatment plans to optimize blood glucose control while accounting for diabetes complications, psychosocial factors, and the developmental state of each patient. This updated edition presents the latest guidelines for the comprehensive management of this disease and practical strategies to improve patient outcomes.
The seventh edition features:
The latest developments in insulin administration, pump therapy, and CGM
Details about adjunctive therapies in type 1 diabetes
Updated information on the management and prevention of complications
Information on diabetes self-management education and support and psychosocial care
Available in all languages, except ENGLISH
Cecilia C. Low Wang, MD is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Colorado-Denver School of Medicine. She directs the inpatient Glucose Management Team at the University of Colorado Hospital, sees outpatients in the University of Colorado Endocrine Practice, and attends on both the inpatient Endocrine consult service at the University of Colorado Hospital and the VA Medical Center, and the inpatient medical service at the University of Colorado Hospital. She is the Associate Director for the Fellowship and Education in the Endocrinology Division.
Avni C. Shah, MD is Clinical Assistant Professor, Pediatrics - Endocrinology and Diabetes at Stanford University’s School of Medicine. Her clinical research is in pediatric endocrinology with a focus on diabetes.