Managing diabetes is more than controlling blood glucose levels. Reducing the risk of complications requires screening and using the right medication therapy for blood glucose, blood pressure, and cholesterol to protect the body from eye, feet, kidney, and cardiovascular complications.
|Chapter 10||Physical Activity and Diabetes|
|Chapter 11||Nutrition Therapy|
|Chapter 17||Weight Management in Diabetes|
|Chapter 23||Cardiovascular Protection in People with Diabetes|
|Chapter 24||Screening for Presence of Cardiovascular Disease|
|Chapter 26||Treatment of Hypertension|
|Chapter 27||Management of Acute Coronary Syndromes|
|Chapter 28||Treatment of Diabetes in People with Heart Failure|
|Chapter 29||Chronic Kidney Disease in Diabetes|
|Chapter 32||Foot Care|
|Chapter 33||Sexual Dysfunction and Hypogonadism in Men with Diabetes|
|Appendix 3||Sample Diabetes Patient Care Flow Sheet for Adults|
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