Hyperglycemia

Hyperglycemia Teaching 747

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Diabetes is currently a chronic disease with no cure. There is an exceptionally important role for patient education, diabetic support, self monitoring of blood glucose with the goal of keeping it within acceptable bounds.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 748

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The basic defect in all patients with diabetes is the decreased ability of insulin to induce cells of the body to remove glucose (sugar) from the blood.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 749

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. Whether the decreased insulin activity is due to a amount of insulin, the results are the same

Hyperglycemia Teaching 750

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The classic symptom of being frequently hungry stems from the fact that the diabetic can not utilize glucose well as an energy source within cells. The sugar is circulating but the cells can

Hyperglycemia Teaching 751

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The symptom of being frequently urinating is because the excess blood sugar spills into the urine, meaning that as the blood filters

Hyperglycemia Teaching 752

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The symptom of being frequently thirsty is due to the fact that the body can sense the excess water that is being lost because of the frequent urinating and the normal response is to become thirsty.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 753

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. High blood sugar develops when there is too little insulin or when the body fails to respond properly to the insulin in the blood. High blood sugar emergencies often develop because of some underlying condition that may not be obvious, such as a heart attack, infection, or surgery.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 754

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. The blood sugar can rise to an unsafe level if: Skipping a dose of pills for diabetes, or skipping a dose of insulin Eating too much food. Feeling a lot of stress. Being sick (such as a severe case of the flu) or having an infection, even if not eating a lot of food.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 755

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. This disease causes high blood sugar levels, especially in the morning before breakfast, in people with diabetes. It occurs when: Hormones produced by the body cause the liver to release large amounts of sugar.

Hyperglycemia Teaching 756

Patient was instructed on Hyperglycemia. If the body doesn't produce enough insulin (which occurs in people with type 1 diabetes and a few people with type 2 diabetes), blood sugar levels may rise. This may cause high blood sugar in the morning before the person eats.