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Diabetes
+ Jade
+ Tiahn
+ Ivana
+ Izzy

Our IPE group:

IPE team involved with diabetes care
Detecting type 1 diabetes:
• Can be detected when an infection triggers the body to destruct insulin making cells in the pancreas
• If a person is feeling:
- Thirsty
- Excessively tired
- Losing weight fast
- Dehydration


How is Diabetes Detected/ Prevented?
• Diabetes Mellitus is an often life-long chronic metabolic condition where the body fails to secrete or respond properly to insulin.
• There are several different types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2.
• The causes of diabetes types 1 and 2 differs
+Type 1: heredity, genes, less controllable
+Type 1: lifestyle factors, diet, age
• Symptoms: Excessive thirst and urination, fatigue, susceptibility to and difficulty clearing up infections
What is Diabetes?

A diabetes specialist is able to assist a person diagnosed with diabetes in several ways:
 explain the daily requirements of a person diagnosed with diabetes.
 the risks that can occur if improper maintenance occurs.
 Instructions on how to self manage diabetes.
 How the use of an insulin pump can be easier for daily maintenance.
Diabetes educator:
 Change patterns in there food
 Provide a healthy meal plan
 Provide advice for a better diet and lifestyle
Dietician/ Nutritionist:
Effect of diabetes if treated from young age:

+ Child has less memories prior to life without diabetes
+ Both surrounding family and patient have healthier lifestyle as of condition.
+ Daily Blood Glucose tests and insulin injections

How does Diabetes affect the patient and their family?
Effect of Diabetes if not treated properly:

+ An added risk of complications: Heart failure, stroke, kidney damage, ETC.
+ There has been found to be a strong link between poor mental health and diabetes.
+ Impact on the family.
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References:
• Diabetes Mellitus has two most commonly occurring types of diabetes; Type 1 and Type 2.
• First contact of medical help is received from a local general practitioner
• They can then be referred onwards to.....
 Optician/ Optometrist
 Podiatrist
Detecting type 2 diabetes:
• If a person is feeling tired, thirsty, is urinating excessively, is developing skin rashes that are itching heavily or is frequently having persistent infections
• They are at a high risk of developing type 2 diabetes
• If they live an unhealthy lifestyle

Preventing type 1 diabetes:
• Can’t currently be prevented
• Scientists have been researching into the autoimmune processes
• Also environmental factors that both can lead to type 1 diabetes
• Looking to try and prevent it in the future

Preventing type 2 diabetes:
• It has been shown that type 2 diabetes can be delayed and even prevented by a change in lifestyle
• This is because it is a lifestyle disease
• Increasing physical activity, weight loss and an improved diet significantly changes the outcome
• These factors have all proved to significantly reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes

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