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LECTURE FALL

TermDefinition
Diabetes Type 1 Insulin dependent, formally called juvenile onset, familial tendency, beta cell destruction
Diabetes Type 2 Sedentary Lifestyle, Average age 50, usually occurs with insulin resistance
Hypoglycemia Tremors, Irritability, Confusion, Tachycardia, Tiredness
Hyperglycemia BS>200 random, BS>126 fasting, weight loss, Polyuria
Duration Time insulin continues to lower blood glucose
Rapid or short acting Insulin Humalog/Novalog, quick onset, need meal quickly
Hgb A1C glycosylated, true indicator of BG control
Insulin Hormone released by beta cells of pancreas, allows glucose to enter the cell, prevents glycogen production by the liver
Polyneuropathy Development of a diabetic ulcer Inadequate vascular supply- main cause of poor healing
Created by: arcreeks