The anaesthetist and new trends and technologies in glucose homeostasis


Authors: Poljaková Iveta 1,2
Authors‘ workplace: Ústav fyziologie Lékařské fakulty Univerzity Palackého v Olomouci 1;  Středomoravská nemocniční a. s., Nemocnice Přerov 2
Published in: Anest. intenziv. Med., 23, 2012, č. 4, s. 188-196
Category: Anaesthesiology - Review articles

*Přehledový článek s využitím zkušeností z vlastní studie a materiálů z 5. mezinárodní konference Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes, Barcelona 8.–11. 2. 2012.

Overview

The review article describes current advances in the control of impaired glucose metabolism in the perioperative and intensive care setting. It includes the use of continuous glucose monitoring systems, the development of closed-loop glycaemic control devices and discusses the measures for perioperative hyperglycaemia reduction.

Keywords:
glucose control – continuous glucose monitoring – perioperative care – stress-induced hyperglycaemia – diabetes mellitus – surgery


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