DTN-UK Resources

Dr Bob Young, Diabetes UK
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Dr Emma Wilmot, IPN-UK Chair
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Dr Emma Wilmot Consultant Diabetologist
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Professor Stephen W. Ponder MD, FAAP, CDE
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Dr. Alistair Lumb Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Peter Hammond Consultant Physician Harrogate District Hospital
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

John Pickup King’s College London Faculty of Medicine Guy’s Hospital, London
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Philip Weston Royal Liverpool University Hospital
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

Peter Hammond Consultant Physician Harrogate District Hospital
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK), Event resources, Slides

During surgery or other procedures under sedation or anaesthesia, the aim is to maintain normal glycaemic control with optimal hydration while preventing hypoglycaemia. These guidelines are based on...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have produced a guideline for the management of insulin pump therapy for children with Type 1 diabetes that covers the following: the...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

The aim of the document is to improve the safety of the in hospital management of diabetes. Diabetes care is very individualised, especially if that person is using insulin. It follows that the...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Northumbria Diabetes Service have developed a care pathway to ensure that all patients considered for pump therapy receive a standardised and documented approach with their multi-disciplinary team...
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust have developed a referral form and criteria for the use of Continuous Subcutaneous Insulin Infusion (CSII) for adult patients.
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

Published in Practical Diabetes Vol.31 No.2 A Practical Diabetes International publication which provides some practical guidance on the approach to the patient on CSII therapy.
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Diabetes Technology Network (DTN-UK)

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