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Diabetes

Chronic Complications

Kenneth M. Shaw Michael H. Cummings

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John Wiley & Sons Inc
19 April 2012
This edition of Diabetes: Chronic Complications provides both the experienced and trainee endocrinologist with easy-to-read, up-to-date practical guidance on the management of the many complications that can result from the onset of diabetes, such as kidney failure, cardiovascular disease, retinal failure, and cerebrovascular disease. Reflecting the rapid developments currently taking place in the field, the second edition introduces a brand-new section on liver complications in diabetes, additional material on mental health complications in the section on diabetes and the brain, coverage of dyslipidaemia and hypertension in the section on diabetes and the heart, five MCQ's in each section to help improve clinical skills, and a case study and key points summary box in every chapter.
Edited by:   Kenneth M. Shaw, Michael H. Cummings
Imprint:   John Wiley & Sons Inc
Country of Publication:   United States
Edition:   3rd Edition
Dimensions:   Height: 244mm,  Width: 173mm,  Spine: 16mm
Weight:   540g
ISBN:   9780470656181
ISBN 10:   0470656182
Pages:   352
Publication Date:   19 April 2012
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Undergraduate
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Contributors, vii Preface to Third Edition, ix 1 Diabetes and the Eye, 1 Kevin Shotliff and Nigel Davies 2 Diabetic Chronic Kidney Disease, 34 Richard J MacIsaac, George Jerums and Gerald F Watts 3 Diabetes and the Liver, 67 Lisa Jones and Anna Mae Diehl 4 Diabetes and the Gastrointestinal Tract, 83 Zeeshan Ramzan and Henry P Parkman 5 Diabetes and Foot Disease, 101 Kate Marsden, Sharon Tuck and Darryl Meeking 6 Diabetes and Autonomic Neuropathy, 119 Andrew F Macleod 7 Diabetes and Sexual Health, 141 Michael H Cummings 8 Diabetes and the Heart, 165 Miles Fisher and Kenneth M Shaw 9 Diabetes and the Brain, 190 Iain Cranston 10 Diabetes and Mental Health, 214 David P Osborn and Richard IG Holt 11 Musculoskeletal Complications of Diabetes Mellitus, 239 Stratos Christianakis, Minh Chau Nguyen and Richard S Panush 12 Diabetes and Oral Health, 252 Philip M Preshaw 13 Diabetes and the Skin, 273 Hywel L Cooper, Amita Bansal and Adam E Haworth 14 Diabetes and Cancer, 294 Steven S Coughlin and Edward L Giovannucci Multiple Choice Questions, 306 Answers, 318 Index, 327 Colour plate section is found facing page 244

Professor Kenneth M. Shaw MA (CANTAB) MD FRCP. Professor Shaw is Honorary Consultant Physician, specialising in general medicine, diabetes, endocrinology and metabolism; based at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust and Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Portsmouth. Professor Shaw leads an internationally recognised and award winning, multidisciplinary, professional diabetes team in Portsmouth. Professor Shaw is an Alumna of the University of Cambridge, UK and a Scientific Fellow of the Zoological Society of London. Professor Shaw is Editor-in-Chief of the Wiley journal, Practical Diabetes International and has authored over 200 publications. He is also Chairman of the Professional Support and Development Committee for Diabetes UK. Michael H. Cummings MD, FRCP Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust & University of Portsmouth. Professor Cummings was appointed as Consultant in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Queen Alexandra Hospital in 1996. He is also Honorary Professor in Diabetes and Endocrinology at Portsmouth University. Professor Cummings has 44 articles listed on PubMed.

Reviews for Diabetes: Chronic Complications

Overall, the book offers an excellent reference resource or quick overview of management for common diabetes complications. It is a concise and practical resource for all diabetes specialists, specialist nurses and general practitioners with a specialist interest in diabetes, and is an excellent addition to the current literature. (Practical Diabetes, 1 September 2012)


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