Diabetes CME

Internal Medicine 2014 offered a rich program of courses in the area of Diabetes. Some of the courses offered at Internal Medicine 2014 are available for sale in electronic formats.

 

How Sweet Is This?: Inpatient Management of Diabetes

This course answers the following questions:

  1. What is the best evidence for inpatient glucose targets? Should targets be adjusted for age or specific disease processes?
  2. Is there ever a role for oral treatment of diabetes in the hospital? What are the best insulin regimens for hospitalized diabetics? Is there a role for sliding scales?
  3. How should we approach management of new diagnosis of type 2 diabetes in the hospital? What is the best inpatient and outpatient treatment choice? How do age and comorbid conditions affect the choice of initial treatment of type 2 diabetes?
  4. How can we maximize safe transition to outpatient treatment for patients hospitalized for ketoacidosis, hyperglycemia, or treatment-related hypoglycemia?

 

New Guidelines for Management of the Diabetic Foot 

This course answers the following questions:

  1. How should diabetic foot infections be evaluated?
  2. Which patients require hospitalization and/or surgical consultation?
  3. How should antibiotics be selected, and how should length of treatment be determined?

 

Bariatric Surgery: Who, When and What Now?

This course answers the following questions:

  1. When is bariatric surgery indicated in the treatment of obesity?
  2. What role does pharmaceutical treatment of obesity play? And with what agents?
  3. What are the guidelines for perioperative prophylaxis in the bariatric patient?
  4. What are the long-term benefits and complications of bariatric surgery?
  5. What can be offered for the post-bariatric patient with weight regain?

 

Update in Endocrinology

This course answers the following question:

  1. What influences fat distribution in middle-aged men?

 

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