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Diabetes Mellitus : References

Western Medicine References:

1. Continuing Education: Current Diabetes Care, the Evolving Role of the Pharmacist and Emerging Treatment Strategies. Bio/Science Communications, 2001.
2. Contemporary Therapy: Pharmacists on the Front Line of Diabetes Management. Aon Consulting/ASA Health System Education, 2001.
3. American Diabetes Association: Clinical Practice Recommendations 2001. Diabetes Care 2001; 24(s1).
4. Diabetes Control and Complications Trial Research Group: The effect of intensive treatment of diabetes on the development and progression of long-term complications in insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus. NEJM 329:977-86, 1993.
5. UK Prospective Diabetes Study Group: Intensive blood-glucose control with suphonylurea or insulin compared with conventional treatment and risk of complications in patients with type 2 diabetes (UKPDS 33). Lancet 352:837-53, 1998.
6. Robertson RP, Davis C, Larsen J, Stratta R, Sutherland DER: Pancreas and islet transplantation for patients with diabetes mellitus. Diabetes Care 23:112-116, 2000.
7. Skyler JS, Defalu WT, Kourides IA, Landschulz WH, Balagtas CC, Cheng SL, Gelfand RA. Efficacy of inhaled human insulin in type 1 diabetes mellitus: a randomized proof-of-concept study. Lancet 357 (9253): 331-5, 2001.

Chinese Medicine References:

1. 中醫內科學 北京中醫藥大學 主編 學苑出版社 (2000)
  Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (ed.), Traditional Chinese Internal Medicine, Academy Press (2000)
2 中國中西醫結合臨床全書 上冊 李恩 主編 中醫古籍出版社 (1999)
  Li En (ed. in chief), Integrated Clinical Encyclopedia of Traditional and Western Medicine (Vol. 1), Ancient Books Publishing House. (1999).
3 Zhang Dazhao (ed.), Diagnosis & Treatment of Common Diseases in TCM, WuXiaolong - Hai Feng Publishing Co., (1992).
4 Kevin Ergil (ed.), Practical Diagnosis in TCM, Tietao Deng - Churchill Livingstone
  Written By:
  Western Medicine:
  Dr. May Mak, Pharm. D., C.D.E.
  Assistant Professor of Clinical Pharmacy of University of Southern California, School of Pharmacy
  Chinese Medicine:
  Dr. Ding Xue-Ping (丁學屏)
  Head of the Endocrinology Department of Shu Guang Hospital affiliated to Shanghai University of TCM
  Head of Diabetes Research Section of Shu Guang Hospital
  Chief physician, professor, director of Shanghai Cooperation Center of Diabetes Treatment with TCM
  Vice Director of the Specialized Committee of Diabetes
  Director of Shanghai Branch under the Society of TCM of China
  Member of the Professional Committee of Diabetes under the Chinese Society of Integration of TCM and Western Medicine
  Michael Yang, Integrated Chinese Medicine Holdings Ltd.
  Angela Collingwood, MSN Integrated Chinese Medicine Holdings Ltd.
  Rose Tse, Integrated Chinese Medicine Holdings Ltd.
  Amy Wu, Integrated Chinese Medicine Holdings Ltd.