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    Diabetes mellitus is often treated as a uniform disease in the perioperative period. Type 2 diabetes is most commonly encountered, and only a minority of surgical patients have been diagnosed with another type of diabetes. Patients with a specific type of diabetes can be particularly prone to perioperative glycaemic dysregulation. In addition, certain type-related features and pitfalls should be taken into account in the operating theatre. In this narrative review, we discuss characteristics of types of diabetes other than type 2 diabetes relevant to the anaesthetist, based on available literature and data from our clinic. Copyright © 2022. Published by Elsevier Inc.


    Robert van Wilpe, Abraham H Hulst, Sarah E Siegelaar, J Hans DeVries, Benedikt Preckel, Jeroen Hermanides. Type 1 and other types of diabetes mellitus in the perioperative period. What the anaesthetist should know. Journal of clinical anesthesia. 2023 Feb;84:111012

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