Sailer, Dietmar Diabetes mellitus

27,00 € '
* Alle Preise inkl. der jeweils geltenden gesetzlichen Mehrwertsteuer, ggfs. zzgl. Versandkosten.
Alle Angaben ohne Gewähr. Preisänderungen sind in der Zwischenzeit möglich.
Daten vom 21.06.2018 01.25 Uhr

Regionale Angebote für Sailer, Dietmar Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes mellitus Daten von Localhood GmbH

Details zum Produkt: Diabetes mellitus

Prof. Dr. med. Dietmar Sailer, geb. 1940 in Reutlingen, studierte Medizin an der Friedrich-Alexander Universität in Erlangen-Nürnberg. Nach seiner Promotion habilitierte er sich 1979. Von 1979 bis 1993 wirkte er an der Medizinischen Universitätsklinik Erlangen-Nürnberg. Von 1993-1997 war Professor Sailer als Chefarzt der Kurparkklinik Bad Neustadt tätig. 1997-2006 leitete er das Diabeteszentrum/Frankenklinik in Bad Neustadt als Chefarzt. Seit seinem Ruhestand 2006 ist er konsiliarärztlich für das Klinikum Meiningen tätig. Professor Sailer ist Autor von über 440 wissenschaftlichen Publikationen im Bereich Diabetologie, Stoffwechsel, Lipidologie, Ernährung und Diätetik, parenterale und enterale Ernährung und Intensivmedizin. Er ist Herausgeber und Autor von 12 Büchern.

Zusatzinformation: Diabetes mellitus - Sailer, Dietmar

ISBN(s) 9783804727595
Einbandart Einband - flex.(Paperback)
Seitenanzahl, römisch 16
Sprache Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Mathematik/Naturwissenschaften/Technik/Medizin
Kurztitel Sailer, Dietmar: Diabetes mellitus
Warengruppe HC/Medizin
ISBN-10 380472759X
Länge 228 mm
Breite 154 mm
Höhe 23 mm
Gewicht 534 gr
Produkttyp Hardcover, Softcover
Verlag Wissenschaftliche
Untertitel verstehen - beraten - betreuen

Andere Bücher aus der Kategorie "Bücher"

The Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory Assink, M: Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory
The Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory Assink, M: Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory
Does autobiographical memory change through the lifespan? Which events do we remember and why? Do the memories that are important differ between men and women, between younger and older people? These are just some of the fundamental questions examined in this state-of-the art book about the course of autobiographical memory throughout life - a topic that is of increasing importance as people are living ever longer. Based upon a 5-year longitudinal research study using the LIM Life-line Interview Method, in which young, middle-aged, and older men and women were interviewed three times, this book provides a completely new perspective on the dynamics of both retrospective and prospective memory. What is recalled, how it is evaluated, and the relationships between gender, age, and memory over the course of life are reported, as is the "bump effect" demonstrated using the LIM, with older adults recalling a disproportionate number of events from adolescence and early adulthood, thus contradicting classical views of life-long memory. This volume also presents the first authorized version of Schroots' LIM Life-line Interview Method, which asks people to draw their life-line and tell their own lifestory for both past and future. Results obtained using the LIM should be interpreted, qualitatively and quantitatively, in the light of the longitudinal data presented here. A CD includes detailed tabular material. Dynamics of Autobiographical Memory is a "must" for faculty, graduate students, and professionals engaged in the study of development and aging, and in the construction and interpretation of individual life histories and expectations for the future.
Managing Energy Risk
Managing Energy Risk
Markus Burger is Head of Risk Control at EnBW Trading GmbH, the trading unit of the third largest energy supply company in Germany. He leads the market risk measurement ream with responsibility for valuation and stochastic modelling as well as credit risk management. Previously, he was a analyst for interest rate derivatives at Landesbank Baden-Wurttemberg (LBBW). He holds a Masters degree and a PhD in mathematics from the University of Karlsruhe, Germany. His practical involvement and research includes stochastic modeling, risk measurement and valuation in the energy sector. Bernhard Graeber is Head of Methodology and Models at EnBW Trading GmbH. His department is responsible for the development of load forecasting algorithms, of power plant dispatch models and of fundamental market models for electricity, CO2 certificates and fuels. He studies mechanical engineering and physics at the University of Stuttgart, Germany and at the University of Auckland, New Zealand and holds a PhD in energy economics from the University of Stuttgart. he has more that 10 years of experience in electricity market analysis and modeling. Gero Schindlmayr is Head of Market Risk and Valuation Models at EnBW Trading GmbH. before joining EnBW he worked as a quantitative analyst for equity derivatives at Deutsche Bank A.G. He holds a PhD in mathematics and a Master's degree in operations research from the RWTH Aachen, Germany and an M.Sc degree in mathematics from Warwick University, UK. He is co-author of a book titled Equity Derivatives: Theory and Applications and of several papers in the area of energy derivatives and energy risk. His main field of work includes stochastic pricing models for electricity and gas, commodity forward curve modeling, value-at-risk models and multi-commodity risk.
The Architecture of Transgression AD Sara, R: Architecture of Transgression AD
The Architecture of Transgression AD Sara, R: Architecture of Transgression AD
Transgression suggests operating beyond accepted norms and radically reinterpreting practice by pushing at the boundaries of both what architecture is, and what it could or even should be. The current economic crisis and accompanying political/social unrest has exacerbated the difficulty into which architecture has long been sliding: challenged by other professions and a culture of conservatism, architecture is in danger of losing its prized status as one of the pre-eminent visual arts. Transgression opens up new possibilities for practice. It highlights the positive impact that working on the architectural periphery can make on the mainstream, as transgressive practices have the potential to reinvent and reposition the architectural profession: whether they are subverting notions of progress; questioning roles and mechanisms of production; aligning with political activism; pioneering urban interventions; advocating informal or incomplete development; actively destabilising environments or breaking barriers of taste. In this new dispersed and expanded field of operation, the balance of architectural endeavour is shifted from object to process, from service to speculation, and from formal to informal in a way that provides both critical and political impetus to proactively affect change. Contributors: Can Altay, Edward Denison and Guangyu Ren, Kim Dovey, Chris Jenks, David Littlefield, Silvia Loeffler, Alistair Parvin, Louis Rice, Patrik Schumacher and Robin Wilson Featured architects: atelier d'architecture autog