n CME : Your SA Journal of CPD - More about : management of the controlled diabetic at primary health care level

Volume 24, Issue 10
  • ISSN : 0256-2170



Extracted from text ... Conclusion The main objective for every health care provider should be to prevent these hyperglycaemic emergencies by screening for diabetes and monitoring known patients at regular follow-up visits. Further reading Bonnici F, Abrahamson MJ. Practical management of hyperglycaemic diabetic emergencies. CME 1991; 9(2): 125-132. Cummins RO, Field JM, Hazinski MF, et al. Diabetic ketoacidosis and non-ketotic hyperosmolar syndrome. In: Cummins RO, ed. ACLS. The Reference Text Book. ACLS for Experienced Providers, 2003: 180-183. Rheeder P, Oosthuizen H. Treatment of hyperglycaemic emergencies, 2004: The Pretoria approach. JEMDSA 2004; 9(1): 22-24. Savage MW, Mah PM, Weetman AP, Newell- Price J. Endocrine emergencies. ..

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