International Diabetes Center's clinical tools help guide health care professionals in decision-making. Our Staged Diabetes Management® publications have been widely used in diabetes care in the United States and throughout the world.
This easy-to-carry reference puts the guidelines for starting and adjusting insulin at the providerís fingertips. Clear, easy-to-follow tables make dose calculations and titration simple. Helps in selecting the best regimen for the patient, based on clinical and lifestyle considerations. Provides up-to-date information on currently available injectable insulin, including action times. Pocket-size. Package of 10.2010.
Addressing prominent issues of diabetes management in primary care, this well-respected text provides a systematic approach for detecting and treating diabetes and its complications, metabolic syndrome, prediabetes and type 2 diabetes in children. Staged Diabetes Management (SDM) has been revised to include incretin-based therapies such as exenatide, as well as new information on insulin therapy, lipid medications and continuous glucose monitoring. Third edition. 2012. Hardcover. 281 pages.
Prevention, Detection and Treatment of Diabetes in Adults
This compact guide gives you evidence-based guidelines and algorithms for managing all three types of diabetes and associated complications. Practice guidelines provide information on screening, diagnosis, treatment options, targets, monitoring, follow-up, and complications surveillance. Master DecisionPaths help providers quickly determine appropriate starting therapy and adjustments. Includes color, laminated algorithms for type 2 diabetes, hypertension and dyslipidemia, plus information on A1C and diagnosis, estimated average glucose (eAG) and continuous glucose monitoring (CGM). Fifth edition revised. 2010. 195 pages.
Do you have questions about starting or changing a patient's insulin regimen? Making insulin adjustments for travel or illness? How to prepare for diagnostic procedures?
As a leader in diabetes care, education and research, IDC has developed guidelines to help healthcare staff meet their clinical care goals. The practical, step-by-step approach outlined in these guidelines provides the information needed to implement standard care processes and improve patient outcomes.