Your Handbook to Improved Glycemic Control with the 2024 SCCM Guidelines

Dr. Paul Chidester, MD, FACP | Chief Medical Officer

In the evolving landscape of critical care medicine, staying up to date on the latest guidelines and best practices is not just beneficial—it’s imperative. With this in mind, I am thrilled to introduce our latest comprehensive resource, “The Critical Care Clinician’s Handbook to the 2024 SCCM Guidelines for Glycemic Control.”

Presented at the 2024 Critical Care Congress by the Society of Critical Care Medicine (SCCM), the updated glycemic control guidelines provide a renewed outlook in the management of critically ill patients. They emphasize a strategic approach to glycemic control, underscoring the importance of individualized patient care, the minimization of hypoglycemia, and the integration of advanced technologies like decision support tools.

Our eBook is designed to serve as a resource for clinicians navigating these updated guidelines. It provides not only a thorough analysis of the recommendations but also practical advice on implementing these strategies within your own clinical settings. Whether you are a seasoned intensivist or a nursing professional, this guide is tailored to enhance your understanding and application of the SCCM’s glycemic control guidelines.


Your Handbook to Improved Glycemic Control with the 2024 SCCM Guidelines

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Why Download this eBook?

  • Expert Insights: Gain in-depth knowledge from experts who have meticulously analyzed the SCCM’s updated guidelines, providing a clear pathway for their practical application.
  • Accessibility: Find a clear outline of key recommendations that empower you to make the best decision that is right for your institution.
  • Practical Strategies: Discover actionable strategies and protocols designed to optimize glycemic control, reduce the risk of hypoglycemia, and improve patient outcomes.
  • Technology Integration: Learn how leveraging technology, specifically EndoTool Insulin Dosing Software, can transform your approach to glycemic management, making adherence to these complex guidelines both achievable and sustainable.
  • Enhanced Patient Care: Elevate the quality of care you provide through evidence-based practices that prioritize patient safety and efficacy in glycemic management.

I encourage you to download “The Critical Care Clinician’s Handbook to the 2024 SCCM Guidelines for Glycemic Control.”

Join me for a riveting discussion with Dr. Anthony Pick, MD, CDE, Assistant Professor of Endocrinology at Northwestern University as we breakdown the key takeaways from this ebook and how healthcare practitioners and nurses can implement the new guidelines for improved glycemic management in inpatient settings.

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About the Author(s)
Dr. Paul Chidester, MD, FACP | Chief Medical Officer

Dr. Paul Chidester is the Chief Medical Officer for Monarch Medical Technologies. After practicing for two decades as a nephrologist, he assumed a senior leadership role at Sentara Healthcare where he led the implementation of computerized insulin dosing software. He is involved with product development and customer engagement at Monarch Medical Technologies where the focus is to provide precision insulin dosing for patients. His key interest is working to further enhance this precision through the use of technologies such as CGM.