Diabetes

Diabetes Teaching 818

Instructed in possible causes of hypoglicemia such as too much insulin, not enough food, overexertion or GI disturbance.

Diabetes Teaching 855

Instructed on the importance of having her nails clipped straight across and gently filed with an emery board.

Diabetes Teaching 856

Taught that during times of stress, such as fever, infection, injury or surgery, it may be more difficult to control the blood sugar levels.

Diabetes Teaching 857

Taught that effectively controlling high blood sugar levels help prevent circulation problems and blindness, among others.

Diabetes Teaching 858

Taught that effectively controlling high blood sugar levels help prevent heart disease, kidney disease and strokes, among others.

Diabetes Teaching 870

Taught that weight loss and changes in vision may constitute as signs/symptoms of Diabetes Mellitus.

Diabetes Teaching 871

Instructed on the need/importance of wearing shoes that are clean and fit properly.

Diabetes Teaching 894

Instructed on some signs and/or symptoms of high blood sugar, such as: nausea and dry, flushed skin.

Diabetes Teaching 895

Instructed on some signs and/or symptoms of high blood sugar, such as: dizziness, vomiting and abdominal cramps.

Diabetes Teaching 896

Taught that infection, stress and/or fever may lead to high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia).