RSSDI Diabetes Update–2018

by Rajeev Chawla, Shalini Jaggi

This RSSDI (Research Society for the Study of Diabetes in India) book focuses on diabetes. Diabetes is a disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. This update has been designed to give the readers a complete overview of all these aspects of diabetes, including its complications as well as comorbidities by means of chapters, well-illustrated with numerous figures and tables based on the scientific discussions at the RSSDI 2018. The text has been segregated into–sections with related subtopics in each section to make it well organized and reader friendly. This update comprises a wide range of topics extending from the basic anatomy and physiology of the islet, the alterations in cell biology and functioning, etiology and pathogenesis to types of diabetes, its epidemiology, screening, diagnosis and management– diet, lifestyle, pharmacotherapy, latest RCTs and studies and their translation into evidence based clinical medicine. Latest advancements in the clinical management of diabetes, reversal of diabetes, special situations, and technological advancements, other related comorbidities, acute as well as chronic complications and futuristic issues- this update covers them all. Simple language and presentation enables this update to serve as a handy reference guide to not only diabetes physicians and endocrinologists, but also primary care practitioners, post graduate students and internists.

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Book Detail

Editor Editor's Affiliation
1. Chawla Rajeev
North Delhi Diabetes Center, New Delhi, India
2. Jaggi Shalini Dr Mohans' Diabetes Specialities Center, New Delhi, India
ISBN 9789352706181
Speciality Endocrinology and Metabolism
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/18092
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2019
Pages 456
Book Type Professional


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