• Medicine

      American Diabetes Association Guide to Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes, 3rd Ed

      by Marion J. Franz, M.S., R.D., C.D.E., and Alison Evert, M.S., R.D., C.D.E.

      Nutrition therapy is an essential component of effective diabetes management. Healthcare providers need to stay current on new developments in nutrition therapy and specific interventions for a wide range of patient populations and special circumstances in order to provide the best possible outcomes for their patients. Revised and updated to incorporate the latest research and evidence-based guidelines, the third edition of the American Diabetes Association Guide to Nutrition Therapy for Diabetes is a comprehensiveresource for the successful implementation of nutrition therapy for people with diabetes.Topics covered include:• Macronutrients and micronutrients• Nutrition therapy for pregnant women, youth, older adults, andpeople with prediabetes• Nutrition therapy for hospitalized and long-term care patients• Celiac disease, eating disorders, and diabetes complications• Cost-effectiveness of nutrition therapy, health literacy and numeracy, and community-based diabetes prevention programs

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      Meeting the American Diabetes Association Standards of Care, 2nd Edition

      An Algorithmic Approach to Clinical Care of the Diabetes Patient

      by Mayer B. Davidson, MD, and Stanley H. Hsia, MD

      This book is an effective guide to improve the metrics (glycemic, lipid, blood pressure) of diabetes care. Using an algorithmic approach, you can improve patient outcomes. Drs. Davidson and Hsia provide documentation and evidence-based reasons to meet the glycemic, lipid, and blood pressure goals of the American Diabetes Association and background information for the drugs used to meet those outcome goals. In addition, based on the patient's response, the book describes what therapeutic changes need to be made to provide the most efficient and effective care for patients.

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