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Klinische Bedeutung der Blutdruckselbstmessung

  • T. Mengden
  • T. Jeck
  • M. Schubert
  • A. Steiner
  • D. Edmonds
  • W. Vetter
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Zusammenfassung

Im Zeitalter wachsender gesundheitlicher Eigenverantwortung des Patienten gewinnen Techniken zur Selbstüberwachung bei chronischen Erkrankungen zunehmend an Bedeutung. Bestes Beispiel hierzu stellt die Behandlung des insulinpflichtigen Diabetes mellitus dar. Therapie und Prognose des Diabetes mellitus konnten durch vom Patienten selbständig durchgeführte Blutzuckerbestimmungen und Titration der Insulindosen gemäß dem jeweiligen Blutzuckerprofil in den letzten Jahren wesentlich verbessert werden.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • T. Mengden
  • T. Jeck
  • M. Schubert
  • A. Steiner
  • D. Edmonds
  • W. Vetter

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