Preoperative Management of Diabetic Patients, an Overview

Alshehri, Batool Mohammed S. and AlJohani, Bassam Ibrahim and Alzahrani, Khalid Mohsen and Alrashdi, Abdullah Suwaymil and Musa, Mohamed Eltahir and Basardah, Ammar Abdullah and Alabdulwahab, Abdulelah Ahmed and Mimish, Sulaiman Mohammed and Alsaddah, Nura Jamal T. and Alwadani, Abdullah Saleh Salman and Al Sheef, Mohammed Jaafar A. and Alhindi, Ossama Saed and Al-Qadhi, Ali Ahmed and Abood, Hashem Bark Awadh (2021) Preoperative Management of Diabetic Patients, an Overview. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International. pp. 240-248. ISSN 2456-9119

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Glycemic control is critical in the perioperative setting, especially in diabetic patients. The consequences of surgical tension and anesthesia on blood sugar levels are distinct, and should be considered in order to maintain optimal glycemic control. Each stage of surgery presents its own set of challenges in terms of keeping glucose levels within the target range. Furthermore, there are some surgical conditions that necessitate specific glucose management protocols. Authors hope to highlight the most crucial factors to consider when developing a perioperative diabetic regimen, while still allowing for specific adjustments based on sound clinical judgement. Overall, by carefully managing glycemic control in perioperative patients, we may be able to reduce morbidity and mortality while improving surgical outcomes.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Asian Repository > General Subject > Medical Science
0 Subject > Medical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 14 Jul 2022 04:02
Last Modified: 14 Jul 2022 04:02

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