Management of type 2 diabetes: A handbook for general practice

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Last revised: 17 Sep 2020

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Individual goals

Individual goals

Encourage all people with type 2 diabetes to approach/reach these goals.
Clinical management goals

Clinical management goals

Treatment targets for people with type 2 diabetes include the following. For a comprehensive list of assessments and screening intervals, refer to the section ‘Assessment of the patient with type 2 diabetes’.
Table 1.

Table 1.

 AUSDRISK tool for assessing type 2 diabetes risk7
 
 Diagnostic tests for type 2 diabetes

Table 2.

Diagnostic tests for type 2 diabetes
 
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Figure 1.

Screening and diagnosing type 2 diabetes in asymptomatic people1,21–23
 
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Figure 1.

Potential members of the multidisciplinary diabetes care team
 Medical history and ongoing assessments for the person with type 2 diabetes

Table 1.

 Medical history and ongoing assessments for the person with type 2 diabetes
 
 Medical examinations to assess the person with type 2 diabetes

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 Medical examinations to assess the person with type 2 diabetes
 Investigations for diabetes and multimorbidity

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Investigations for diabetes and multimorbidity
 
 Suggested actions and health professionals to provide treatment or service

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Suggested actions and health professionals to provide treatment or service
 
Comparison of type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and maturity-onset diabetes  of the young (MODY)

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 Comparison of type 1 diabetes, type 2 diabetes and maturity-onset diabetes  of the young (MODY)5–7

 Targets for self-monitored glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes3

Table 1.

 Targets for self-monitored glycaemic control in type 2 diabetes3
Approach to individualising HbA1c targets

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Approach to individualising HbA1c targets
Clinical considerations when choosing diabetes medications

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Clinical considerations when choosing diabetes medications

 Australian type 2 diabetes management algorithm

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Australian type 2 diabetes management algorithm

 Guidance on risk categorisation for complications, and elements to consider  during foot assessment1

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 Guidance on risk categorisation for complications, and elements to consider  during foot assessment1
 
The SINBAD wound classification system

Table 2.

The SINBAD wound classification system5
 
Algorithm for initial detection of chronic kidney disease

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Algorithm for initial detection of chronic kidney disease9
 
Psychosocial challenges experienced by people with diabetes at different phases of life

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Psychosocial challenges experienced by people with diabetes at different phases of life
 Tools to assess diabetes distress in people with diabetes

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 Tools to assess diabetes distress in people with diabetes
 
Prevalence of the 15 most common comorbidity clusters in type 2 diabetes

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Prevalence of the 15 most common comorbidity clusters in type 2 diabetes18

Table 1.

Table 1.

Safety and risks of common diabetes medications before and during pregnancy
Consensus framework for individualising targets and therapeutic approach to glycaemic management across the continuum of care for older people with type 2 diabetes mellitus

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Consensus framework for individualising targets and therapeutic approach to glycaemic management across the continuum of care for older people with type 2 diabetes mellitus7

Table 1.

Table 1.

Considerations for selecting, monitoring and de-intensifying glucose-lowering medications in elderly people with type 2 diabetes7

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Table 1.

 Action plan for management of sick days in people with type 2 diabetes1,4
 
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Figure 1.

Starting and adjusting basal insulin
Starting and adjusting pre-mixed biphasic

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Starting and adjusting pre-mixed biphasic
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Figure 3.

Guide to basal plus insulin intensification schedules