Science & Medicine:Medicine
How do I manage a patient with diabetes who is going for surgery? Should I start vsriable rate insulin infusion? When does there normal treatment get restarted?
Scott speaks to Dr David Ewins, Consultant Physician in Endocrinology and Diabetes about the subject, going into depth about how exactly to manage the different regimes of glycaemic control patients may present to you. They discuss some of the common pitfalls in the management of the surgical patient with diabetes and how to tackle these.
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