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1. Diabetes Group of diseases marked by high levels of blood glucose resulting from defects in insulin production, insulin action, or both.
2. Type I Diabetes Body’s immune system destroys the body’s ability to produce insulin Must take insulin daily Most serious
3. Type II Diabetes 90-95% of all diabetes Cells do not use insulin properly Can be controlled with diet & physical activity
4. Gestational Diabetes Glucose intolerance during pregnancy
5. Insulin Produced naturally by the pancreas Can be taken by injection or pump
6. Glucose Blood sugar
7. Dialysis Process to remove waste & water from the blood (kidneys)
8. Symptoms of Diabetes Thirst
8. Symptoms of Diabetes, cont. Frequent Urination
8. Symptoms of Diabetes, cont. Constant Hunger
8. Symptoms of Diabetes, cont. Weight Loss
8. Symptoms of Diabetes, cont. Blurred Vision
8. Symptoms of Diabetes, cont. Constant Fatigue
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes Blindness
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Heart & Blood Vessel Disease
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Stroke
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Kidney Failure
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Amputations
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Nerve Damage
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Complications during Pregnancy
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Birth Defects
9. Long Term Complications of Diabetes, cont. Death
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes Obesity
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Lack of Physical Activity
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Cigarette Smoking
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Lack of Nutritionally Balanced Diet
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Age (Over 45)
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Family History
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Ethnicity
10. Risk Factors for Diabetes, cont. Pregnancy.
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