Calman training Day 13th July 2005.

Cheere House Post-graduate Medical Centre Hemel Hempstead hospital

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2.00 Welcome
2-3pm Modern Management of the Septic Patient- Prof David Bennett. St Georges's Hospital/ Medical School
Annane D et al Septic shock. Lancet Seminar 2005 365(Jan)63-78
3-3.45pm I am tired, Is it my Hormones? Dr Colin Johnston WHHT
3-45-4pm Tea/coffee
4-45pm Controversies in the diagnosis of Testosterone Deficiency-Dr Ben Zalin-WHHT
Dhindsa S et al Frequent Occurence of Hypogonadotropic Hypogonadism in Type 2 diabetes JCEM 2004 89 5462-5468
Mohr et al Normal,bound and nonbound testosterone levels in normally ageing men. Clin Endocrinol 2005 62 64-73
4-45-5.30pm Insulin Treatment in Type 2 Diabetes: What is the best regimen Dr Chantal Kong WHHT
Janka et al Comparison of basal insulin added to oral agents versus twice daily premixed insulin as initial insulin therapy for type 2 diabetes Diabetes Care 2005 28 254-259
Davidson MB Starting insulin therapy in Type 2 diabetic patients: does it really matter how? Diabetes Care 2005 28 494-495
Davies M et al for the Atlantus study group. Improvement of glycaemic control in subjects with poorly controlled Type 2 Diabetes:Comparison of two treatment algorithms using insulin glargine Diabetes Care 2005 28 1282-88