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  • Diabetic Case Study Essay

    J. J. is a 12-year-old, independent, type one diabetic; diagnosed at five years old. Her experience of being diagnosed was a difficult and almost fatal one. It all started when J. J. got a bad ear infection and had an accident, which was extremely abnormal for her, since she was already potty trained. The doctor put her on amoxicillin, and a week later she came down with a rash. J. J.’s mother brought her to the doctor, and he thought she had mono. They did a mono blood test and the results came…

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  • Summary: Preventing And Managing Diabetes

    has been identified as a chronic disease and the American Diabetes Association [ADA] (2015) reported that there is an increased risk of type 2 diabetes as people get older. According to ADA (2015), one in every four people over the age of sixty is diabetic. RELEVANCE…

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  • Personal Narrative: My Relationship With Type 1 Diabetes

    My dad had ran out of insulin for the night before and went into diabetic ketoacidosis. Diabetic Ketoacidosis means that his body started to produce high levels of blood sugars resulting in a very high blood sugar number. My mom had noticed that morning, my dad was acting extremely funny. A man that is very independent and never sick…

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  • Garcinia Cambogia Case Study

    side effects and whether taking its supplements is safe. It was found from various studies that the product has a wide margin of safety for human consumption. One important contraindication is that pregnant women as well as people suffering from diabetics or Alzheimer's disease or other…

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  • Transient Ischemic Attack Case Study

    Case study Paper A transient ischemic attack-- also known as a mini-stroke-- occurs when an area of the brain is blocked causing a lack of blood flow. When this occurs, oxygen supply is interrupted and emergency services are needed. TIAs come and go quickly, so “although the symptoms of a TIA may disappear, take it as a warning of an impending, serious ischemic stroke” (“What is a stroke?”, 2010). Care delivery, delegation, and prioritization are important concepts to consider when examining a…

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  • Survival Of The Sickest By Moalem

    Have you ever wondered why you are more susceptible to a cold than a classmate who may be of a different race? It may be a result of natural selection as it impacts people living in certain countries, making them able to withstand weather or deadly diseases in their environment. However, all good things come at a cost. In Survival of the Sickest, Dr. Sharon Moalem explains that certain diseases that might affect people later in life have actually guided human evolution, enabling the species to…

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  • Symptoms And Prevention Of Type 2 Diabetes

    depends on what diabetes medication you 're taking. There 's no one-size-fits-all diabetes diet. You 'll need to pay attention to carbs, fiber, fat, and salt to manage your blood sugar. Physical activity—from working out to doing chores—lower your blood sugar. It also helps your cells use insulin. It also helps your muscles use glucose. Pills often the first kind of medicine people type 2 diabetes try when diet and exercise alone aren 't enough to keep their blood sugar in healthy range.…

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  • 21 Patient Observation Report

    From the 21 patients interviewed at Lazaro Cardenas clinic, 14.63% of the patients also had metabolic syndrome, another 14.63% had obesity (any type), 14.63% also had dyslipidemia, and another 14.63% also suffered from arterial blood pressure. Regarding to the doctor’s notes, 25 out of the total 41 (60.97%) patients did not have their diabetes controlled. Only 5 (12.19%) had it controlled, 3 (7.31%) were controlled and not controlled for at least one of the past 3 months that they visited the…

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  • Diabetes Mellitus And Periodontitis Case Study

    non-diabetic patient. Indeed periodontal signs and symptoms are now recognized as the "sixth complication of Diabetes" The mechanisms that explain this two-way relationship are not well understood due to its complexity. The scope of…

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  • How Does Glucose Affect The Human Body

    strips, orange juice, applesauce, strawberry jelly, banana, mashed potatoes. The dependent is the amount of glucose seen after testing. The control/constant is the time/temperature of the experiment. The reason for doing the experiment is to help diabetics and people with other various diseases understand the effects of glucose on the human body and how to avoid harm. Glucose (or as most people identify it: sugar) is in almost everything people consume daily. From orange juice, to mashed…

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