The Resource Diabetes sourcebook : basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information, edited by Karen Bellenir

Diabetes sourcebook : basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information, edited by Karen Bellenir

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Diabetes sourcebook : basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information
Title
Diabetes sourcebook
Title remainder
basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information
Statement of responsibility
edited by Karen Bellenir
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
"Provides updated basic consumer health information about treatment, management, and complications of Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, including diet and exercise guidelines and coping strategies. Includes index, glossary of related terms, and other resources"--Provided by publisher
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
616.4/62
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
RC660.4
LC item number
.D56 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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Bellenir, Karen
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Health reference series
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Diabetes
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Diabetes sourcebook : basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information, edited by Karen Bellenir
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • pt. I. About Diabetes -- 1. What is diabetes? -- 2. Diabetes statistics -- section 2.1. One-third of adults with diabetes still don't know they have it -- section 2.2. National diabetes statistics -- section 2.3. Groups especially affected by diabetes -- section 2.4. Diabetes costs and complications -- 3. Type 1 diabetes : what is it? -- 4. Insulin resistance and pre-diabetes -- 5. Type 2 diabetes : the most common form of diabetes -- 6. Gestational diabetes -- 7. Monogenic forms of diabetes -- 8. Steroid-induced diabetes -- 9. Diabetes insipidus -- pt. II. Lifestyle issues and diabetes management -- 10. Everyday guidelines for taking care of your diabetes -- 11. Dietary guidelines for people with diabetes -- 12. Tips for healthy meal planning -- section 12.1. Recipe and meal planning guide -- section 12.2. How does fiber affect blood glucose levels? -- section 12.3. Calorie counting vs. exchanges in meal planning -- section 12.4. Carbohydrate counting -- section 12.5. Is the glycemic index a helpful tool? -- section 12.6. Diabetes and alcohol -- section 12.7. Tips for using less salt -- section 12.8. Ordering fast-food wisely -- section 12.9. Buffet table tips for people with diabetes -- 13. Physical activity guidelines for people with diabetes -- 14. Take care of your feet and skin -- 15. Take care of your teeth and gums -- 16. Taking care of your diabetes during challenging times -- 17. Adjusting to life with diabetes -- section 17.1. Feelings about diabetes -- section 17.2. Getting your diabetes ready for winter -- section 17.3. Diabetes-friendly tips for handling the summer heat -- section 17.4. Driving when you have diabetes -- section 17.5. Traveling with diabetes -- section 17.6. Diabetes and work -- section 17.7. Growing older and staying healthy with diabetes --
  • pt. III. Medical interventions for diabetes management -- 18. Managing diabetes is your responsibility -- section 18.1. Keep your diabetes under control -- section 18.2. Frequently asked questions about diabetes examinations and tests -- section 18.3. Diabetes management numbers at-a-glance -- 19. Tests used to monitor diabetes -- section 19.1. Glucose tolerance testing -- section 19.2. The ABCs of A1C testing -- section 19.3. Ketone testing -- section 19.4. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) -- section 19.5. Creatinine -- section 19.6. Microalbumin and microalbumin/creatinine ratio -- section 19.7. Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) -- 20. Self-monitoring of blood glucose -- 21. Insulin -- 22. Insulin delivery devices -- section 22.1. Syringes, pumps, injectors, and more -- section 22.2. Can I reuse my insulin syringe? -- section 22.3. Safe needle disposal -- 23. Oral medications for Type 2 diabetes -- section 23.1. Classes of diabetes medications -- section 23.2. Metformin may offer important advantages -- section 23.3. Incretin-based therapy -- section 23.4. Stronger heart warning on some diabetes drugs -- 24. Flu shots and other vaccinations recommended for people with diabetes -- 25. Complementary and alternative medical therapies for diabetes -- pt. IV. Diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions -- 26. Hypoglycemia -- 27. Diabetes and obesity -- 28. Diabetes, heart disease, and stroke -- 29. Diabetic vascular disease -- 30. Foot ulcers -- 31. Hypertension and diabetes -- 32. Diabetes and kidney disease -- section 32.1. How can diabetes damage the kidneys? -- section 32.2. Proteinuria -- section 23.3. Amyloidosis -- section 32.4. Nephrotic syndrome -- section 32.5. Glomerular diseases -- 33. Anemia and diabetes -- 34. Sexual and urologic problems of diabetes -- 35. Polycystic ovary syndrome -- 36. Diabetic neuropathies -- 37. Gastroparesis -- 38. Diabetic retinopathy -- 39. Diabetes and bone-related concerns -- 40. Diabetes and depression --
  • pt. V. Diabetes and Kidney Failure -- 41. Your kidneys and how they work -- 42. Kidney failure : choosing a treatment that's right for you -- 43. Understanding hemodialysis -- section 43.1. Hemodialysis for the treatment of kidney failure -- section 43.2. Vascular access for hemodialysis -- section 43.3. Hemodialysis dose and adequacy -- section 43.4. Home hemodialysis -- section 43.5. Eat right to feel right on hemodialysis -- 44. Understanding peritoneal dialysis -- section 44.1. Peritoneal dialysis for the treatment of kidney failure -- section 44.2. Peritoneal dialysis dose and adequacy -- 45. Skin and hair problems on dialysis -- 46. Kidney transplantation -- 47. Kidney and pancreas transplantation -- 48. Pancreatic islet transplantation -- pt. VI. Diabetes-related research -- 49. Diabetes knowledge : yesterday, today, and tomorrow -- 50. Diabetes research : an update -- 51. Researching diabetes risk factors -- section 51.1. Diabetes risk factors develop earlier in women -- section 51.2. Androgen deprivation therapy may increase risk of diabetes -- section 51.3. Researchers identify new genetic risk factors for type 2 diabetes -- section 51.4. Long-term use of selenium supplements and risk for type 2 diabetes -- section 51.5. Does prenatal exposure to viruses place children at risk for diabetes? -- section 51.6. Does hepatitis C infection increase risks for diabetes? -- section 51.7. Greater diabetes risk in patients taking high blood pressure medications -- 52. Stress and diabetes : a review of the links -- 53. Diabetes prevention program -- pt. VII. Additional help and information -- 54. Diabetes dictionary -- 55. Cookbooks for people with diabetes or kidney failure -- 56. Directory of diabetes organizations -- 57. Diabetes research and training centers' prevention and control divisions -- 58. Getting high quality medical care in a changing healthcare landscape -- 59. Financial help for diabetes care or kidney failure
Edition
4th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 655 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033641073
Label
Diabetes sourcebook : basic consumer health information about type 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus, gestational diabetes, monogenic forms of diabetes, and insulin resistance, with guidelines for lifestyle modifications and the medical management of diabetes, including facts about insulin, insulin delivery devices, oral diabetes medications, self-monitoring of blood glucose, meal planning, physical activity recommendations, foot care, and treatment options for people with kidney failure; along with a section about diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions, a glossary of related terms, and directories of resources for additional help and information, edited by Karen Bellenir
Link
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • pt. I. About Diabetes -- 1. What is diabetes? -- 2. Diabetes statistics -- section 2.1. One-third of adults with diabetes still don't know they have it -- section 2.2. National diabetes statistics -- section 2.3. Groups especially affected by diabetes -- section 2.4. Diabetes costs and complications -- 3. Type 1 diabetes : what is it? -- 4. Insulin resistance and pre-diabetes -- 5. Type 2 diabetes : the most common form of diabetes -- 6. Gestational diabetes -- 7. Monogenic forms of diabetes -- 8. Steroid-induced diabetes -- 9. Diabetes insipidus -- pt. II. Lifestyle issues and diabetes management -- 10. Everyday guidelines for taking care of your diabetes -- 11. Dietary guidelines for people with diabetes -- 12. Tips for healthy meal planning -- section 12.1. Recipe and meal planning guide -- section 12.2. How does fiber affect blood glucose levels? -- section 12.3. Calorie counting vs. exchanges in meal planning -- section 12.4. Carbohydrate counting -- section 12.5. Is the glycemic index a helpful tool? -- section 12.6. Diabetes and alcohol -- section 12.7. Tips for using less salt -- section 12.8. Ordering fast-food wisely -- section 12.9. Buffet table tips for people with diabetes -- 13. Physical activity guidelines for people with diabetes -- 14. Take care of your feet and skin -- 15. Take care of your teeth and gums -- 16. Taking care of your diabetes during challenging times -- 17. Adjusting to life with diabetes -- section 17.1. Feelings about diabetes -- section 17.2. Getting your diabetes ready for winter -- section 17.3. Diabetes-friendly tips for handling the summer heat -- section 17.4. Driving when you have diabetes -- section 17.5. Traveling with diabetes -- section 17.6. Diabetes and work -- section 17.7. Growing older and staying healthy with diabetes --
  • pt. III. Medical interventions for diabetes management -- 18. Managing diabetes is your responsibility -- section 18.1. Keep your diabetes under control -- section 18.2. Frequently asked questions about diabetes examinations and tests -- section 18.3. Diabetes management numbers at-a-glance -- 19. Tests used to monitor diabetes -- section 19.1. Glucose tolerance testing -- section 19.2. The ABCs of A1C testing -- section 19.3. Ketone testing -- section 19.4. Blood urea nitrogen (BUN) -- section 19.5. Creatinine -- section 19.6. Microalbumin and microalbumin/creatinine ratio -- section 19.7. Glomerular filtration rate (GFR) -- 20. Self-monitoring of blood glucose -- 21. Insulin -- 22. Insulin delivery devices -- section 22.1. Syringes, pumps, injectors, and more -- section 22.2. Can I reuse my insulin syringe? -- section 22.3. Safe needle disposal -- 23. Oral medications for Type 2 diabetes -- section 23.1. Classes of diabetes medications -- section 23.2. Metformin may offer important advantages -- section 23.3. Incretin-based therapy -- section 23.4. Stronger heart warning on some diabetes drugs -- 24. Flu shots and other vaccinations recommended for people with diabetes -- 25. Complementary and alternative medical therapies for diabetes -- pt. IV. Diabetes complications and co-occurring conditions -- 26. Hypoglycemia -- 27. Diabetes and obesity -- 28. Diabetes, heart disease, and stroke -- 29. Diabetic vascular disease -- 30. Foot ulcers -- 31. Hypertension and diabetes -- 32. Diabetes and kidney disease -- section 32.1. How can diabetes damage the kidneys? -- section 32.2. Proteinuria -- section 23.3. Amyloidosis -- section 32.4. Nephrotic syndrome -- section 32.5. Glomerular diseases -- 33. Anemia and diabetes -- 34. Sexual and urologic problems of diabetes -- 35. Polycystic ovary syndrome -- 36. Diabetic neuropathies -- 37. Gastroparesis -- 38. Diabetic retinopathy -- 39. Diabetes and bone-related concerns -- 40. Diabetes and depression --
  • pt. V. Diabetes and Kidney Failure -- 41. Your kidneys and how they work -- 42. Kidney failure : choosing a treatment that's right for you -- 43. Understanding hemodialysis -- section 43.1. Hemodialysis for the treatment of kidney failure -- section 43.2. Vascular access for hemodialysis -- section 43.3. Hemodialysis dose and adequacy -- section 43.4. Home hemodialysis -- section 43.5. Eat right to feel right on hemodialysis -- 44. Understanding peritoneal dialysis -- section 44.1. Peritoneal dialysis for the treatment of kidney failure -- section 44.2. Peritoneal dialysis dose and adequacy -- 45. Skin and hair problems on dialysis -- 46. Kidney transplantation -- 47. Kidney and pancreas transplantation -- 48. Pancreatic islet transplantation -- pt. VI. Diabetes-related research -- 49. Diabetes knowledge : yesterday, today, and tomorrow -- 50. Diabetes research : an update -- 51. Researching diabetes risk factors -- section 51.1. Diabetes risk factors develop earlier in women -- section 51.2. Androgen deprivation therapy may increase risk of diabetes -- section 51.3. Researchers identify new genetic risk factors for type 2 diabetes -- section 51.4. Long-term use of selenium supplements and risk for type 2 diabetes -- section 51.5. Does prenatal exposure to viruses place children at risk for diabetes? -- section 51.6. Does hepatitis C infection increase risks for diabetes? -- section 51.7. Greater diabetes risk in patients taking high blood pressure medications -- 52. Stress and diabetes : a review of the links -- 53. Diabetes prevention program -- pt. VII. Additional help and information -- 54. Diabetes dictionary -- 55. Cookbooks for people with diabetes or kidney failure -- 56. Directory of diabetes organizations -- 57. Diabetes research and training centers' prevention and control divisions -- 58. Getting high quality medical care in a changing healthcare landscape -- 59. Financial help for diabetes care or kidney failure
Edition
4th ed.
Extent
1 online resource (xvi, 655 pages
Form of item
online
Other physical details
illustrations)
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1033641073

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