Diabetes: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology and Clinical Management aims to be the one-stop diabetes book for researchers, scientists and clinicians. It details the epidemiology, causes, molecular mechanisms, molecular markers, available drugs, experimental drugs, treatment modalities, and dietary and lifestyle approaches related to diabetes. It focuses on various molecular aspects of diabetes, and its related co-morbidities. Apart from the drug-based treatment approach based on international guidelines, this book also describes various surgical treatments available for cases of uncontrolled symptomatic diabetes. It also lays emphasis on the future possibilities of different approaches for diabetes management.
- Includes treatment guidelines and approaches to diabetes provided by major global diabetes associations
- Provides a thorough and comprehensive assimilation of detailed information and updates in the field of diabetes, helpful for researchers, scientists and clinicians
- Contains a chapter on anti-diabetic drugs, that covers both the commercially approved drugs as well as those that are in various phases of experimental, pre-clinical, and clinical trials
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 Diabetes Epidemiology-Year 1980 and after
Chapter 2 Diabetes and Inflammation
Chapter 3 Insulin Resistance and Glucose Regulation
Chapter 4 Diabetes: A leading contributor to other disease complications
Chapter 5 Biomarkers of Diabetes
Chapter 6 Anti-diabetic drugs
Chapter 7 Diagnosis and treatment
Chapter 8 Dietary and lifestyle management of diabetes
Chapter 9 Future prospects and recommendations
"One of the main strengths of this book is its size. Including the index, the book runs to just 132 pages but I don’t see this as a weakness. In fact, it is a strength of this book at it means that it is quite feasible to read the book from cover to cover without too much difficulty. This is a huge bonus as despite its slim dimensions, it packs in a lot of data in an easy-to-read format.
All in all, there is a lot of fascinating information here which gives a rounded and grounded tour of diabetes in a slim volume. Great credit to the authors who have produced this clever and informative book in a very readable format. Big is not necessarily beautiful and a busy clinician can easily read this whole book in a relatively short space of time and as a result be well acquainted with modern thinking in diabetes."
--Dr Harry Brown, June 2021