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Non-insulin therapies

Non-insulin therapies such as Sulfonylureas, Alph-glucosidase inhibitors, and Incretins.

Dietary therapy goals and management

The goals of dietary therapy are to optimize body weight with appropriate protein and carbohydrate levels, fat restriction, and calorie and portion control.

Monitoring principles

The overarching goal of monitoring diabetic cats and dogs is to control clinical signs of DM while avoiding hypoglycemia.

Suggested monitoring protocols

The overarching goal of monitoring diabetic cats and dogs is to control clinical signs of DM while avoiding hypoglycemia.

Blood glucose curves

Blood glucose curves serve two very useful purposes that other monitoring parameters do not.

Glycosylated proteins

The glycosylated proteins include fructosamine and glycosylated hemoglobin (A1C). Fructosamine, the glycosylated protein used in veterinary medicine, is formed by nonenzymatic, irreversible binding of glucose to serum proteins, mainly albumin.

Troubleshooting

Troubleshooting insulin doses for diabetic dogs and cats.

Client education

The goal of client education is to give the pet owner a realistic idea of the commitment involved in managing their pet’s DM, along with positive encouragement that successful disease management is possible but can take time to achieve.

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