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Transcript of Diabetes
develop over time? What are the symptoms
of Diabetes? How is the nervous system affected by Diabetes? How are the skin and feet affected by Diabetes? How does Diabetes affect the excretory system? Interesting facts on Diabetes! A.K.A. Diabetes Mellitus - A lifelong metabolic disease:
large amounts of glucose in a person's blood (not transferred into cells)
Usually in children
Pancreas unable to produce insulin
10% of diabetic patients
Not enough production or use of insulin
90% of diabetic patients
Mother and child at risk of Type 1 or 2
2% - 4% of all pregnancies Type 1 Diabetes:
- Rapidly , Suddently
Type 2 Diabetes :
- Over a long period of time The Symptoms of Type 1 Diabetes are:
-Excessive Weight Loss
The Symptoms of Type 2 Diabetes are :
- Urinate Frequently
- Burred Vision Diabetes, specifically Type 1, causes constant urination. Diabetic neuropathies: Nerve damage affects
digestive, circulatory and reproductive systems
60% - 70% of diabetic patients
High, uncontrolled levels of blood glucose, fat and
pressure over long time causes:
damage to blood vessels (blood clot & plaque build up)
inflammation in nerves
Overexposure to blood glucose damages nerves (less
signals to & from brain), narrows and blocks blood vessels
Hence cuts, bruises, poor blood circulation may go unnoticed by brain causing:
More proneness to bacterial & fungal infections
Scaly and darkened patches of skin
Thin, hairless, shiny and dry skin
Discoloration: orange yellow around eyes, shin or elbows
Skin may degrade and break open bleeding Presentation by: Jizelle, Raina, and Roslyn How does Diabetes develop? Is Diabetes more common in certain ethnic groups? Is Diabetes genetically
inherited? The disease of diabetes isn't inherited.
Only risk factors from certain genes can be passed on.
The genetic risk of diabetes is like a gun. A summary of Diabetes! Interesting facts on Diabetes! Table of Contents - What is Diabetes?
- How does it develop?
-Is it more common in certain ethnic groups?
- Symptoms of Diabetes
-How does diabetes affect the body?
- How is diabetes treated?
- Interesting facts! Ethnic groups where Diabetes is more common are: Aboriginal, Hispanic, Asian, South Asian, and African.
Factors that contribute to this are:
- level of physical activity
- obesity How is the heart affected by Diabetes? High blood sugar levels can cause blood vessels to be damaged.
This means that the heart receives less blood and will be forced to work harder. Do lifestyle choices
affect Diabetes? People who have diabetes need to control the amount of sugar they bring into their body. Lifestyle choices affect those at risk of diabetes AND those who have diabetes. How is the eye affected by Diabetes? The excretory system is responsible for filtering waste products in our body and releasing them in the form of urine. The earliest record of a disease that is likely to be diabetes was in 1500 B.C
Olympic Swimmer, Gary Hall Jr. has Type 1 Diabetes. Gary was told to give up swimming. But, he continued to swim with personal trainers and ended up winning a gold medal in his career. Blurred vision can occur in the eye because of high blood sugar levels.
Diabetics can have their vision blurred unexpectedly. How is Diabetes treated? Be educated
- Physical Activity
- Weight Management
- Nutrition Diet
Insulin injections for Type 1
Oral Medication for Type 2 Interesting facts on Diabetes! Who can help? A doctor specialized in diabetes: endocrinologist or diabetologist
A diabetes educator: nurse or dietician (i.e. Canadian Diabetes Association)
Family and friends
Counsellor or mental health worker
Podiatrists: feet, ankles, knees, legs, hips
A physiotherapist: exercise routines
Dentist and optometrist More than 9 million Canadian are diabetic or pre-diabetic
Diabetes is responsible for over 1 million amputations each year and 5% blindness worldwide
Diabetes is also reported in horses, ground squirrels, ferrets, dolphins, foxes and hippopotamus References "Diabetes Body Care: Feet, Skin, Eyes, Teeth, and Heart." WebMD Diabetes Center: Types, Causes, Symptoms,
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Glucose Levels 'What is Diabetes':
Comparison of Insulin Production:
Diabetes Affects the Nerves:
Diabetic Foot Care:
Treatment for Diabetes:
Blood Sugar Test:
Diabetic Food Pyramid:
http://www.merchantcircle.com/business/Suboxone.Pain.Addiction.and.Psychiatric.Associates.8562297354/picture/view/3456616 Normal course of action Blood Sugar Test Proper Diet Plan Insulin Injection References "Diabetes Facts." Diabetes Facts. Canadian Diabetes Association, n.d. Web. 29 Apr. 2013. <http://www.diabetes.ca/diabetes-and-you/what/facts/>.
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http://diabetes.diabetesjournals.org/content/60/5/1370.extract American Diabetes Association
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http://images.clipartof.com/small/437934-Royalty-Free-RF-Clip-Art-Illustration-Of-A-Black-And-White-Outline-Design-Of-A-Tired-Heart-Walking.jpg Type 1 Diabetes : The cause is unknown.
Type 2 Diabetes : The causes are :
- Ethic Groups prone to developing diabetes - Men are more likely to die from diabetes than women
- Diabetes decreases a person life expectancy by five to ten years
- India has the world's highest diabetic population, over 35 million people are living with diabetics. By 2025,it is estimated that every fifth diabetic person will be indian
- 90% of people with diabetes are overweight