Diabetes

Diabetes Teaching 897

Taught that insufficient insulin may lead to high blood sugar levels (hyperglycemia).

Diabetes Teaching 898

Instructed on some signs and/or symptoms of low blood sugar, such as: hunger and impaired vision, among others.

Diabetes Teaching 899

Instructed on some signs and/or symptoms of low blood sugar, such as: drowsiness and pale, moist skin, among others.

Diabetes Teaching 900

Taught that excess insulin and unusual exercise may lead to low blood sugar levels (hypoglycemia).

Diabetes Teaching 901

Instructed on the importance of having her feet inspected on a daily basis, as directed by MD.

Diabetes Teaching 1211

Taught that seeing physician, dentist and eye doctor regularly is a measure aimed to managing/controlling Diabetes Mellitus (DM).

Diabetes Teaching 1212

Instructed on the importance of always carrying a carbohydrate snack when exercising.

Diabetes Teaching 1213

Instructed on the importance of having his/her feet inspected daily.

Diabetes Teaching 1214

Instructed on the importance of reporting any foot problems to podiatrist or physician.

Diabetes Teaching 1215

Instructed on the importance of having her/his feet washed daily with warm soap and water; also, instructed on the importance of having them patted dry, especially between toes.