Basic Diabetes Education (Phase I of Rehabilitation)

  • Kinga Howorka

Abstract

This chapter briefly outlines the material we feel should be included in the basic diabetes education program. If he is to act responsibly, the patient should have a well-grounded knowledge of his disease and its treatment. In order to increase the acceptability of FIT to the patients and help them “get on with it” as quickly as possible, however, our group tries to make it a policy to dispense with any unnecessary information, especially during this phase of the training program. The emphasis is on knowledge that will be the foundation for putting FIT into practice.

Keywords

Zinc Sugar Catheter Hydrate Acetone 

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© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • Kinga Howorka
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  1. 1.International Study Group on Functional Insulin Treatment, Department of Biomedical Engineering and PhysicaUniversity of ViennaWienAustria

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