Presenters: Dr. Jeffrey Nelson
Diabetes is growing at an alarming rate. This video provides the latest strategies for diagnosing and treating various types of nerve pain originating from diabetes. Dr. Jeffrey Nelson addresses the serious issues related to diabetic neuropathy, including discussions of the use of proper foot care, anti-seizure medications and antidepressants to manage the disease.
Program no. MB-0329N, 90 minutes
Presenters: Barbara Walz, RN, BSN, CDE; Jerome Fischer, MD; Christy Franckoviak, RD
Disease management of diabetes, w/ special emphasis given to the results of the DCCT trial and tight glucose control. Intensive insulin management and insulin pump therapy will also be discussed.
Program no. MB-1109M, 60 minutes
Presenters: Brian R. Tulloch, MD; Craig Hanis, PhD; Sherwyn L. Schwartz, MD; Stanley Feld, MD
Diabetes and kidney disease current and future therapy; diabetes control and complications trials; complications and mortality rate among Mexican Americans with Type 2; introduce a system for intensive self management of Diabetes Mellitus. $209.00 USD
Program no. MC-0911M , 60 minutes
Presenters: Alan R. Shuldiner, MD; Richard L. Atkinson, MD; F. Xavier Pi-Sunyer, MD; George Bray, MD
Overview of Genetics in People of Obesity; Treatment of Obesity with Drugs; Health Risks Related to Obesity; Prevelance & Mechanism of Obesity.
Program no. MD-0327N, 60 minutes
Presenters: Leigh B. Bak, RN, MS, CDE; Kathy Heard, RN, MSN; Genevieve P. Kearney, MS, RD, CD-N
This program identifies situations when enteral nutrition via tube feeding would be indicated; identifies appropriate enteral formulas for diabetic patients receiving tube feedings; discusses complications of tube feedings and strategies to avoid and or minimize risks; states and issues unique to managing the diabetic patient who is being tube fed; identifies strategies to maintain acceptable blood sugars in patients with diabetes on enteral feedings.
Program no. MD-0520P, 60 min.
Presenters: R. Keith Campbell, RPh, FASHP, CDE; Julie C. Oki, PharmD, BCPS
Provide an update on the treatment of diabetes, including a review of the rationale for and means of achieving optimal glycemic control. Specific topics covered include: Discussion of the rationale for achieving optimal glycemic control in both type I and type II diabetic patients; Recent advances which may aid in achieving optimal glycemic control in type II diabetic patients; Methods to improve glycemic control in patients with type I diabetes.
Program no. MD-0506N, 60 min.
Presenters: Ralph A. DeFronzo, MD
This program is designed to give family care physicians, as well as other healthcare professionals, a better understanding of diabetes mellitus. The program features a leading medical expert giving a presentation on the treatment of Type 2 diabetes based upon its pathophysiology. The program also addresses goals for treatment, currently available medications and the prevention of complications.