Grand Rounds - Dec. 11, 2020
Speaker: Nairi Berner, MD, Assistant Clinical Professor, Endocrinology Chairperson, Inpatient Diabetes Management Committee University of California, Irvine
- Explain with insight regarding the pathophysiology, diagnostic elements, testing algorithms and sometimes conflicting guidelines for therapy in the care of patients with adrenal insufficiency.
- Review the symptoms of cortisol and adrenal androgen deficiencies in the setting of both primary and secondary AI, symptoms only seen in primary AI, guidelines for laboratory testing, and to review the various treatment options, including systemic steroid, and how to use laboratory test and symptom assessment to guide titration of treatments.
- Explain management of associated hypothyroidism and the management of secondary diabetes insipidus will be reviewed.
- Explain consideration of special circumstances: management in the presence of pregnancy or in the perioperative setting.
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