4. Hypoglycemia is the clinical syndrome that results from low blood sugar. The symptoms of hypoglycemia can vary from person to person, 5. You would go to the doctors for a diagnosis and the doctor may refer you for a blood test or a urine sample. Outcome 2 1.If you have type 1 diabetes, you may: * pass more urine than
More than one type of insulin may be mixed together in an injection to achieve the best control of blood glucose. Insulin is injected under the skin using a syringe, or in some cases, an infusion pump delivers the insulin continuously. It is not available in an oral form. The injections are needed, in general, from 1 to 4 times a day. A health care provider or a diabetes nurse educator teaches people living with Diabetes how to inject him or herself with insulin.
DKA simulation 1. Describe the pathophysiologic changes in DKA. Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), is caused by insulin deficiency. Signs of DKA include hyperglycemia, ketosis, acidosis, and dehydration. This condition most likely to occurs in people with type 1 diabetes but may also be seen in type 2 diabetes and also in conditions of severe illness or stress that may cause the pancreas to be unable to meet the extra demand for insulin.
Personal Impact Paper Sidoney Roache Nur427 Professor Shannon Smith Diabetes, also known as diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease which affects the level of sugar in a person’s body. The glucose or sugar level becomes elevated and the body is not able to maintain it. Diabetes affects the metabolic system in the body, the pancreas. If it is not properly treated it can result in other serious conditions affecting other organs of the body. Diabetes is a very dangerous disease and there are 3 different types.
It explains the aetiology, signs and symptoms and how a diagnosis is reached. Risk factors and psychosocial implications are also considered. Types of diabetes Diabetes mellitus arises through a lack of insulin or resistance to its action. It is clinically defined by symptoms of diabetes and by measurement of fasting or random blood glucose concentration (and occasionally by glucose tolerance test). There are two principal classes of diabetes - type 1 and type 2.
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
Any over-the-counter medications as well as prescription medications use lactase in the products as filler. Because the severity of lactose intolerance varies from person to person, most people have to problems using medications including lactase. The more sensitive people however, should watch out and be careful. When picking up new prescriptions or before buying a new over-the-counter medication, it might be a good idea to talk to the pharmacist and ask about the level of lactose that is found in the product. APA Reference List: 1.
People who suffer from diabetes have to constantly be checking their blood sugar level throughout the day, and have to calculate how much insulin they need to take. If someone takes too much insulin their blood sugar levels will be low, this is called hypoglycemia. If left untreated a person can pass out or it can even lead to death. If someone doesn’t have enough insulin it is called hyperglycemia. Over time this can cause heart disease, kidney problems, or eye issues.
MEMORANDUM To: Val Leitner From: Lisa Cannon Date: 9/6/2011 Subject: National Institutes of Health and Diabetes The purpose of this memo is to compare the differences between the consumer health topic page for a Diabetes Overview and the clinical page on Diabetes Prevention Program Study Repository. I started out by looking at the consumer health topic page for a general diabetes overview. It gives plenty of general information about diabetes. The page I was viewing was probably for people that are just learning about diabetes and what to expect. The page went over many different topics such as: what is diabetes, what are the types of diabetes, how is diabetes diagnosed, what is the scope and impact of diabetes, who gets diabetes, how is diabetes managed, what will the future bring, and a few points to remember about diabetes.
It comes with both physical complications and social/mental complications for children. The physical side effects that it can be any of the following: type 2 diabetes (this is caused by the excessive insulin incretion and organ resistance to insulin), metabolic syndrome (things like gastric reflux, gallstones, and fatty liver disease), high cholesterol (which can result in a heart attack or stroke), high blood pressure, asthma, sleep disorders (causes pulmonary issues and so forth) and early puberty/menstruation which can lead to infertility when they get older (Spruijt-Metz,