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on 8 February 2009
The title modestly proclaims it a guide for nurses and other HCPs, but I'm a diabetes consultant and, as someone new to insulin pump therapy, I learned a huge amount by reading it. The author takes the reader from an explanation of the physiological rationale for the insulin pump, through the practicalities of setting up a pump service, and patient selection, and on to detailed explanations of initiating and optimising therapy. The approach is very much UK-orientated (unlike much of the literature in this area, which has a US bias), and is up to date (with the sole exception of not incorporating the latest NICE guidance). I can heartily recommend this volume for any diabetes healthcare professional new to insulin pumping.
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