Synopses & Reviews
What everyone should know about theprevention and treatment of diabetescomplications
Most people with diabetes will experience complicationsas a result of diabetes. How to treat and preventthose complications seems overwhelming, butTheUncomplicated Guide to Diabetes Complications makesunderstanding what to do a snap.This new edition, the first since 2001, covers everythingfrom heart, eye, and kidney diseases to GI problemsand critical foot care. Also included is the latest informationon new drugs, overcoming depression, and evenerectile dysfunction.
Diabetes complications can be prevented, and they can be treated - you need to know what you're up against and how to take care of yourself. The Uncomplicated Guide to Diabetes Complications is divided into chapters on major parts and systems of the body, and the complications that may affect them, giving you the edge that you need to protect yourself and to prevent or slow down complications.
About the Author
Marvin E. Levin, MD, is a former professorof clinical medicine and associate director of the Endocrinology,Diabetes, and Metabolism Clinic at Washington UniversitySchool of Medicine. He is also the author of Diabetic Foot: AClinical Atlas now in its seventh edition.
Michael A. Pfeifer, MD, MS, CDE, FACE, acertified diabetes educator and physician, is a former directorof the Obesity and Diabetes Center of the East CarolinaSchool of Medicine. He is currently a senior director inPharmaceutical Research and Development for Johnson andJohnson Pharmaceuticals.