By Dennis T. Mangano M.D., Ph.D (auth.), Theodore H. Stanley MD, W. Clayton Petty MD (eds.)
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However during cardiac surgery with rapidly fluctuating conditions we find tight control difficult to apply. Preoperative management Type I 1) Early admission and stabilization on soluble insulin. 2) Nil orally from midnight before surgery. Emergency glucose drink by bed. Light sedation, only if necessary. 3) No subcutaneous insulin on day of surgery. m. day of surgery, 500 ml 5% glucose infusion commenced containing one quarter of daily soluble insulin requirement dose. The infusion rate is maintained at 80 ml/hour.
Subcutaneous insulin may have a depot effect with unreliable absorption during poor perfusion states or hypothermia. Walts and coworkers have shown that in surgical patients arbitrary insulin regimens which advocate 1/3-1/2 normal daily insulin dose preoperatively fall short of their intended goals. 7 They also advise that the control of blood glucose during surgery should be individualised and depend on blood glucose levels determined periodically during surgery and postoperatively. Monitoring insulin therapy During cardiac surgery monitoring of blood glucose should occur 1-2 hourly for good management.
Aims in the Management of the Diabetic Cardiac Patient Preoperative 1) Prescreen patient on presurgical visit so that oral hypoglycaemic therapy may be modified if necessary and poorly controlled patients may have insulin therapy optimized. 2) Admit diabetic patients 24-48 hours preoperatively. Insulin dependant diabetics should be stabilized on soluble insulin with blood glucose control. Early admission and stabilization may avoid prolonged hospitalisation postoperatively. 3) Diabetic patients should be first on the OR list.