Staying ahead of the curve
COVID-19 and Diabetes
Once in hospital they are more likely to require admission to the ICU where their prognosis is poor.
Therefore, the challenge is to protect patients by effectively controlling their glycaemia despite the lockdown and isolation.
This programme provides practical advice and guidance on the management of patients including those requiring insulin.
Professor David Segal
Diabetologist and Endocrinologist
Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre
Johannesburg, South Africa
STAY AHEAD OF THE CURVE
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