This comprehensive tool kit is designed to help organizations strengthen capacity in eight core areas: community assessment, evaluation, organizational support, staffing, building coalitions and partnerships, funding, community outreach, and marketing. Examples are drawn from experiences in working with Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) communities, but the work sheets and tools can apply to work with any community. (300 pages) 2008.
“I am forty and have been battling with diabetes and eating disorders for twenty-five years… I am wheelchair bound and have no hope now… When I tried to find help there was not a single book that addressed this terrible thing… Please do something to help the young ones…” Outcries like this were the driving force behind the birth of this groundbreaking book. Grace Huifeng Shih, RD, MS brings this once-secret disease/disorder out into the open and offers hope to those suffering, their families, and their health providers. Diabulimia (ED-DMT1, clinicians’ term), a deadly combination in which people with type 1 diabetes manipulate insulin so they will lose weight, causes permanent injury if left untreated. Grace’s compassion and expertise in both eating disorders and diabetes; stories from her clients and their loved ones she works with everyday; along with the editing and review by 15 clinicians (endocrinologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, diabetes nurse practitioners, nurse managers, pediatricians, adolescent medicine physicians, ophthalmologists, nephrologists and neurologists) make this book invaluable for medical and non-medical readers alike. For individuals: The 18 stories here share the struggle individuals face, and the relief they find knowing they are not alone. The voice of diabulimia is finally heard! The chapter “Nutrition and Diabulimia” is designed to help those searching for a healthy, safe means of weight loss. For families and friends: Be encouraged and relieved to find recovery is possible through the multilayered treatment this book outlines. Learn how to recognize and circumvent the desperate ploys individuals with diabulimia use as subterfuge to avoid weight gain, and be better equipped to help them. For health personnel, educators and group leaders: Here, the pathology of this group of patients is explained, as are ways to identify high risk individuals through skillful interviewing. With chapters such as “Hospitalization, Step by Step Guidelines” and “What Works and What Doesn’t”, the book is a unique resource as well as an invaluable tool. For more information about the book and the author, visit: www.GraceNutrition.org
Bayer HealthCare LLC does not warrant use of the Ascensia CONTOUR Blood Glucose Meter with any strip other than Ascensia CONTOUR Blood Glucose Test Strips. For complete warranty information, refer to User Guide. For in vitro diagnostic use. Before using this product, read the package insert. Store between temperature 59 -86° Fahrenheit and out of direct sunlight. Do not use after expiration date. For sale in U.S.A. only. Reagents:*6% w/w FAD glucose dehydrogenase(Aspergillus SP, 2.0 U/test strip) *56% w/w potassium ferricyanide *38% w/w nonreactive ingredients. For questions or comments, or help with reimbursement, call: 1-800-348-8100, or www.bayerdiabetes.com. Bayer HealthCare LLC is dedicated to providing the highest quality products and services to our customers.
Comes with Mini Tool Box Great for storing any miscellaneous items or your spare change. Overall dimensions: 4 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ x 2 3/4″.
Mini Tool Box is shipped from a separate warehouse and will arrive within a few days of your order.
- No coding required
- Sip-in sampling
- 0.6 blood sample required
- White test strip for easy visual verification
Early detection of sub-clinical autonomic dysfunction is of vital importance in patients with diabetes mellitus (DM) for the prevention of subsequent serious adverse consequences. Reduction in heart rate variability (HRV) is now regarded as the earliest indicator of cardiovascular dysregulation in DM. HRV has traditionally been quantified using linear measures, which describe the magnitude of RR interval oscillations, but are insufficient to characterise complex heart rate dynamics. While HRV is mostly mediated by parasympathetic nervous system, beat-to-beat blood pressure recordings may provide information regarding sympathetic activity. A variety of novel measures has been developed to quantify non-linear features of cardiovascular signals, providing information on the complexity of the dynamical system involved in the genesis of these short-term fluctuations. In this book, it is demonstrated that novel non-linear methods are often more sensitive to autonomic dysregulation than linear methods and therefore may improve the diagnostic power of cardiovascular variability analysis for cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy in DM. Our data indicate that cardiovascular dysregulation progresses in relatively short time frames, depending on the history of DM. Further, its progression appears to be associated with glycemic control. Different methods of cardiovascular variability analysis can provide mutually independent information and therefore should be used simultaneously for a comprehensive analysis of autonomic dysfunction to identify patients at risk for autonomic neuropathy.
By reducing shedding up to 90%, the FURminator® deShedding Tool enables you to share your home with your dog, without surrendering it to his hair. The NEW Long Hair deShedding Tool for Large Dogs is specially designed for dogs that are less than 51-90 pounds with hair that is longer than 2 inches. The long hair stainless steel edge reaches deep beneath your dog’s long topcoat to safely remove undercoat and loose hair, The FURejector button cleans and removes loose hair from the tool with ease.
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Meal Measure helps you manage your weight, one portion at a time. It is easy to use and measures your food right on your plate. Meal Measure fits most dinner plates. The cavities of the Meal Measure are labeled vegetable or fruit, startch, and protein. Each Meal measure cavity is one cup at the top with a one-half cup line inside. The protein portion is equal to the size of a deck of cards. Meal Measure follows the USDA My Pyramid serving sizes and is top-rack dishwasher safe.
- Measures your food right on the plate
- Fits most dinner plates
- Cavities are labeled vegetable or fruit, starch and protein
- Each cavity is one cup at the top with one -half cup line inside
- Protein portion is equal to the size of the deck of cards