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Kelly Stewart Week4 Outline on Diabetes Mellitus Pathophysiology MED1210XC Lcheatem Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disease that is characterised with high blood sugar.The level of the sugar in your body because of the deficient insulin that is not produced by the pancrease. Sweet Urine is another problem that is caused by having diabetes, because of high levels of blood glucose leads to spills into the urine that is why they have the hypoglycemic or term reffered as "sweet urine." Diabetes Mellitus was first identified as diabetes, but now their a several different types of diabetes. which has come into play over the years, you have Diabetes Type1 an Type 2, then their is gestational diabetes which happens when you are pregnant. The cause of diabetes is the insufficient production of insulin and the body must have it to regulate the blood sugar.
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This medical term is called hyperglycemia. Family history and genes also play an important role in this type of diabetes. Low activity level, an excess of body weight around the waist, and a poor diet, increases the risk of acquiring this devastating disease. Your health care provider may suspect you have diabetes if your blood glucose levels are higher than 200 mg/dL. Symptoms of this type of diabetes are: fatigue, hunger, increased thirst, and increased in urination.
This disease has a sudden onset with symptoms such as polydipsia, polyphagia, polyuria, weight loss and fatigue. Type 1 diabetes tends to be unstable and is very sensitive to exogenous insulin and physical activity. Treatment for Type 1 Diabetes A regimen of insulin injections, diet, exercise and monitoring
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