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Diabetes Type 2

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Diabetes Mellitus Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterised by persistent high glucose levels in blood. The hyperglycaemia persists due to either failure of insulin production or tissues resistance to insulin (Yorek...

Adult Obesity in Miami-Dade County

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Introduction Obesity among adults is a growing health concern in Miami. Among each group of eight people in Florida, one of them is categorized as obese and at a danger for diabetes, heart disease, depression and arthritis. For p...

Health Variations 2: Case Study

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Assessment Questions Part A Explain the 11 components of a valid routine subcutaneous insulin medication order and why this is important. Support your answer with academic or clinical guideline references. (5 marks) A valid routi...

Patient Education Technology

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Introduction One of the elements and items that are at the center of the provision of modern healthcare is the education of patients. The significance of this aspect has been demonstrated using some diseases that present themselv...

Diet and Exercise Management Plan for a Patient with Type 2 Diabetes and History of Hypertension

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Chapter 1 Diabetes type 2 is a condition characterized by the insufficiency of the body to perceive glucose in the body especially due to resistance of insulin by the body receptors while hypertension is a condition of high blood...

Coping With a New Diagnosis

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Chapter 1 In the present day, the number of individuals being diagnosed with chronic illness continue to increase due to the changes in lifestyle that increase the risk of illness among individuals in the society (Megari, 2013). ...

Polyunsaturated Fats and Metabolic Syndrome

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Introduction The metabolic syndrome (MetS) is an outcome of compounding interactions among many risk factors including pro-inflammatory and prothrombotic state, impaired glucose tolerance, abdominal obesity, hyperinsulinemia, and...

Evidence-Based Nursing Practice

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Research Question in PICOT Format In diabetic patients, what is the effectiveness of exercise and dietary glycemic control in preventing diabetes-associated complications as compared to the use of anti-hyperglycemic therapy? Popu...