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Clinical Management of the Child and Teenager with Diabetes (The Johns Hopkins Press Series in Ambulatory Pediatric Medicine)

Monday, December 24th, 2012

Written by a Johns Hopkins pediatric endocrinologist and an award-winning medical writer, Clinical Management of the Child and Teenager with Diabetes is a comprehensive and accessible clinical guide to the modern medical management of Type 1 diabetes. Emphasizing the concerns and needs of the child and family, the book is addressed to primary care clinicians, who are increasingly responsible for managing the care of patients with diabetes.

With detailed guidelines for establishing a comprehensive patient management plan, this book discusses how to effectively ensure the health and well-being of the child or adolescent with diabetes. The authors cover the basic mechanisms of disease, provide diagnostic and treatment guidelines, describe the spectrum of management options, and offer valuable advice on how to achieve effective communication among parent, child, and members of the health care team.

Throughout, the authors stress the importance of helping children with diabetes to live as normally as possible. They address a wide range of management alternatives, including practical issues — snacking at the mall after school (and how to adjust insulin to cover it), what to do about insulin shots during sleepovers, what to tell friends and classmates as well as teachers and other educators, and how to counsel adolescents about the effect of alcohol on blood sugar levels. The text is enhanced by a variety of sample forms and documents: assessment and other record-keeping forms; sample letters to teachers describing activity restrictions and warning signs they should watch for; growth charts; tables of timing and duration of action for different types of insulin; and diabetic ketoacidosis treatment flow sheets.

 

On Enuresis … and Diabetes by Smith, William Abbotts published by Nabu Press (2010) [Paperback]

Thursday, December 13th, 2012

 

Cold Press Rice Bran and Germ Oil 60 Capsules Reduce the level of bad Cholesterol Helps the digestive system Reduced risk of heart disease and diabetic

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

Cold Press Rice Bran and Germ Oil 60 Capsules
Usage: 2 times daily , Morning and before go to bed
Health Benefits:
Gamma-O compounds million The San income (Gamma Oryzanol) reduces lipid chlorate million in state and waiting vessel. Reduced risk of heart disease, diabetes, liver disease, high blood pressure.
– Reduce the level of chlorate State message the bad Cholesterol (LDL).
– Helped raise the state Chlorate The Coral a good (HDL).
– Reduce fat levels in blood triglycerides.
– Reduce the fat accumulated in different parts of the body.
– Result in reduced blood pressure. And reduces blood sugar levels.
– With Omega 3 (Omega 3) linolenic acid C nourish the brain.
– Linoleic acid, or omega-6 c skin becomes brighter and make the normal reproductive function.
– Helping to treat disorders of the female – Men of reproductive age and postmenopausal women.
– Helps the digestive system. Functioning normally. Reduce constipation. (The risk of hemorrhoids. Cancer and colon).
– Mind the ceramic material. Nourish your skin soft and youthful wrinkles fade dark spots and freckles ceiling.
– Vitamin E in the form of master code kaempferol and Master E No Cattle Tri methanol. Inhibits the free radicals. The body with immune disease and prevent cancer.
– Containing Poly San The million cattle. (Policosanol) which contains Anti-Platelet agent to reduce blockages in blood vessels.
– Substances as melatonin (Melatonin) helps sleep.

Product Features

  • Linoleic acid, or omega-6 c skin becomes brighter
  • Helps the digestive system
  • Reduce the level of bad Cholesterol
  • Substances as melatonin (Melatonin) helps sleep
  • With Omega 3 (Omega 3) linolenic acid C nourish the brain

 

The Foot Book: A Complete Guide to Healthy Feet (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

Friday, September 28th, 2012

Aching or painful feet make it hard to stand or walk—not to mention dance, play sports, and take part in other activities. To keep you on your feet, this book offers a rich resource for understanding what can go wrong and how disorders, diseases, and injuries to the foot are diagnosed and treated.

In this readable guide to common conditions that affect the foot and ankle, podiatrists Jonathan D. Rose and Vincent J. Martorana outline the professional and self-care treatment options available. What works for one person’s foot pain does not necessarily work for someone else’s, so Doctors Rose and Martorana discuss proper foot care practices in a way that helps readers make good decisions about which treatment option will work best for them.

Often called a marvel of biomedical engineering, the human foot is a complex and astonishingly versatile part of our anatomy. This book addresses the entire foot, inside and out, describing in plain English its special design characteristics and biomechanical operations. Everything is covered—from corns and calluses to cancer and skin and nail problems, including special sections on children’s feet, sports injuries, footwear, and orthotics.

The Foot Book is an all-inclusive resource for everyone suffering from foot and ankle disorders, as well as physicians and other medical personnel who care for them.

 

The Johns Hopkins Guide to Diabetes: For Today and Tomorrow (A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book)

Monday, September 24th, 2012

The Johns Hopkins Guide to Diabetes provides comprehensive and reliable answers to the many questions asked by people with the disease as well as their families and friends. What are the differences between Type I and Type II diabetes, for example? How are the different forms of this disease diagnosed and treated? Can diabetes that develops during pregnancy become a permanent condition? Can diabetes ever be managed with diet and exercise alone?

Written by a team of Johns Hopkins specialists, this authoritative and easy-to-read guide addresses everything about diabetes which patients need to know for good control and good health.

Highlights of The Johns Hopkins Guide to Diabetes: • The importance of getting a straight answer about your diagnosis • The physical and psychological demands of diabetes • Managing the disease with blood glucose monitoring, diet, exercise, oral medications, and insulin therapy • Potential short-term and long-term complications, such as hypoglycemia, hardening of the arteries, and effects on eyes, kidneys, feet, and skin • Sexuality, pregnancy, and genetics • Recent developments for treating diabetes and the latest thinking about the importance of close control, based on the Diabetes Control and Complications Trial