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Grammarly Report generated on Sunday, Oct 14, 2018, 3:30 PM Page 1 of 9 3 1 2 1 7 6 1 1 31 DOCUMENT Pathophysiology.6 pg2054 words edited SCORE 93 ISSUES FOUND IN THIS TEXT 53 PLAGIARISM Checking disabled Contextual Spelling 4 Misspelled Words Confused Words Grammar Punctuation Sentence Structure 3 Incomplete Sentences Misplaced Words or Phrases Style 15 Passive Voice Misuse Intricate Text Inappropriate Colloquialisms Politically Incorrect or Offensive Language Vocabulary enhancement 31 Word Choice of 100 No errors No errors
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Grammarly Report generated on Sunday, Oct 14, 2018, 3:30 PM Page 2 of 9 Pathophysiology.6 pg2054 words edited PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 11 Running head: PATHOPHYSIOLOGY 1 Pathophysiology Name of student Name of institution Name of course Date Introduction The case study is of a 63 old patient by the name Mr. Smith. He is diabetic and also suffers from hypertension. He has received medication for both conditions and still self-monitors his BP and BGL. Mr. Smith experiences other numerous conditions such as shortness in breath, fatigue, general body weakness, and numbness, and high blood pressure, low body temperature alongside other conditions evidenced in both his urine and blood test. Mr. Smith is of overweight, alcoholic, smokes and lives a 1 2 3 1 Possible disability-biased language 2 Repetitive word: conditions 3
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Grammarly Report generated on Sunday, Oct 14, 2018, 3:30 PM Page 3 of 9 sedentary; lifestyle. The essay is going to uncover clinical reasoning of his condition and carry pathophysiological diagnosis based on both his physical presenting features and lab results from urine and blood test. There exist a great interrelation between hypertension and diabetes. Variety of mechanism has shown to lead to the progression of hypertension patients contracting diabetes mellitus. Hypertension is considered one of the most prevalent cardiovascular risk factor and present in almost two-thirds of patients suffering from diabetes Pathophysiology of Mr. Smith presenting features. Diabetes is a long life disease affecting how your body controls glucose levels. It is caused by the pancreases failing to produce insulin which is the chief hormone regulating usage of glucose. With this, more glucose builds up in blood than recommended. Mancia, 2009, According to the American Diabetes Association, anyone with a BMI of above 25, above age 45 or anyone diagnosed with prediabetes is at high risk of contracting diabetes and should be screened for diabetes. Keeping the blood level in range exceptions one from the risk of retinopathy, nephropat hy, and neuropathy. In Mr. Smith case, heart and vessel problems, kidney failure, nerve disorders, and general body weakness are some of the symptoms of the long-term effects of diabetes. Hypertension is a condition of high blood pressure caused by narrowing of the blood vessels and blood is forced through at high pressure. Medical guidelines term blood pressure of high than 130/80 mm/Hg as hypertension.
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