derrierloisirs.fr
» » Functional Insulin Treatment: Principles, Teaching Approach And Practice

Download Functional Insulin Treatment: Principles, Teaching Approach And Practice ePub

by Kinga Howorka

Download Functional Insulin Treatment: Principles, Teaching Approach And Practice ePub
  • ISBN 3540416854
  • ISBN13 978-3540416852
  • Language English
  • Author Kinga Howorka
  • Publisher Springer Verlag; 3 edition (November 3, 2006)
  • Pages 218
  • Formats mobi lit rtf docx
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Medicine
  • Size ePub 1461 kb
  • Size Fb2 1136 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 646

Functional Insulin Treatment (FIT) is the most effective method of treatment for type 1 (insulin-dependent) diabetes available today. Whether with an insulin pump or with multiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual function so that he achieves near-normoglycemia and the freedom to eat when, what and how much he wants. The goal of FIT is to adapt the therapy to the lifestyle of the patient. This book creates a common basis for communication among therapists (physicians, nurses, dietitians, diabetes educators) and patients involved in FIT. It clearly defines the principles of the treatment and describes the contents, media and techniques of a practical program for training patients to carry it out.

Whether with an insulin pump or with mul- tiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual. Whether with an insulin pump or with mul- tiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual fuction so that he achieves near-normoglycemia and the freedom to eat when, what and how much he wants.

Functional Insulin Treatment (FIT) is the most effective method of treatment for type 1. .Authors: Howorka, Kinga. This book of Functional Insulin Treatment, FIT, shows how to put it into practice

Whether with an insulin pump or with multiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual fuction so that. price for USA in USD (gross). This book of Functional Insulin Treatment, FIT, shows how to put it into practice. Previous diabetes education programs have adapted the patient's life style to the conditions of therapy.

Kinga Howorka, for allowing insulin dependent patients of type 1 and type 2 to conduct an almost normal life with no prescheduled, firm intake of meals and blood sugar related diet

This book liberated our young son Tyler Hill's life. Kinga Howorka, for allowing insulin dependent patients of type 1 and type 2 to conduct an almost normal life with no prescheduled, firm intake of meals and blood sugar related diet. This is a proven, yet very unknown therapy which empowers persons with diabetes to react on the measurements of blood glucose by correcting them and to adjust the insulin dosis they need for basal (fasting, long-acting insulin), prandial (eating, short acting insulin) and correcting needs (short acting insulin).

Functional Insulin Treatment book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read

Functional Insulin Treatment book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Functional Insulin Treatment: Principles, Teaching Approach and Practice as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Whether with an insulin pump or with multiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual fuction so that he achieves near-normoglycemia and the freedom to eat when, what and how much he wants. The goal of FIT is to adapt the therapy to the lifestyle of the patient.

This book of Functional Insulin Treatment, FIT, shows how to put it into practice. Included are new strategies for patient motivation, new insulin analogs, management of nutrition in overweight, easy estimations of algorithms for starting functional use of insulin and everything that makes flexible treatment an indispensable solution for every interested self-responsible person who needs insulin.

Whether with an insulin pump or with mul- tiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual fuction so that he achieves near-normoglycemia and the freedom to eat when, what and how much he wants.

Whether with an insulin pump or with multiple daily injections, the diabetic patient trained in FIT is able to dose his insulin on the basis of actual function so that he achieves near-normoglycemia and the freedom to eat when, what and how much he wants. The goal of FIT is to adapt the therapy to the lifestyle of the patient

This empirical approach is the leitmotif of Howorka's Functional Insulin Treatment, but now it is the educated and .

This empirical approach is the leitmotif of Howorka's Functional Insulin Treatment, but now it is the educated and motivated patient who takes the operational decisions and rests them mainly on frequent, self-measured blood glucose. cle{, title {Functional insulin treatment principles, teaching approach and practice}, author {Harry Keen}, journal {European Journal of Clinical Nutrition}, year {1997}, volume {51}, pages {128} }.

Functional insulin treatment. principles, teaching approach, and practice. Published 1991 by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York. Diabetes, Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin-Dependent, Insulin, Patient education, Therapeutic use, Therapy, Therapy use, Treatment. Includes bibliographical references (p. -184) and index. Translation of: Funktionelle, nahe-normoglykämische Insulinsubstitution.

Talk about Functional Insulin Treatment: Principles, Teaching Approach And Practice


Onnell
Prof. Kinga Howorka, MD studied under Dr. Viktor Frankl (Man's Search for Meaning) and was his doctor in his twilight year. This book liberated our young son Tyler Hill's life. His most recent medical report stated 'extremely excellent' diabetes control. What mattered to us most, is that Tyler could live an extremely excellent life without limitations.
I'm a Russian Occupant
The book introduces and explains the "FIT" therapy developed by the author, Prof. Kinga Howorka, for allowing insulin dependent patients of type 1 and type 2 to conduct an almost normal life with no prescheduled, firm intake of meals and blood sugar related diet.
This is a proven, yet very unknown therapy which empowers persons with diabetes to react on the measurements of blood glucose by correcting them and to adjust the insulin dosis they need for basal (fasting, long-acting insulin), prandial (eating, short acting insulin) and correcting needs (short acting insulin).
Being a person with diabetes myself and having experienced and witnessed the incredible increase in the quality of life with FIT as described in this book, I would urge anyone with insulin dependent diabetes to study this book. The book is suitable for patients and professionals alike.