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Medical Devices for Diabetes Management: The following articles answer key questions about the use and application of medical devices for diabetes patient care including:
– What do they do and how?
– What medical device options are available for diabetes management?
– When should a medical device be considered?

Handbook of Diabetes, 4th Ed., Excerpt #23: Skin and Connective Disorders in Diabetes

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Rudy Bilous, MD, FRCP Richard Donnelly, MD, PHD, FRCP, FRACP Diabetes affects the cellular biochemistry of skin and connective tissues, in particular collagen synthesis and struc­ture, as well as cutaneous microvascular blood flow. Several non-infective skin conditions are associated with type 1 and/ or type 2 diabetes (Box 24.1). Diabetic dermopathy (‘shin …

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Handbook of Diabetes, 4th Ed., Excerpt #22: Gastrointestinal Problems in Diabetes

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Rudy Bilous, MD, FRCP Richard Donnelly, MD, PHD, FRCP, FRACP Disordered gastrointestinal motor function occurs in both type 1 and type 2 diabetes and can result in symptoms of nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or constipation, malnutrition, poor glycemic control and delayed absorption of orally administered drugs (Figure 23.1). Gustatory sweating, typically affecting the …

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