DIAG 2735 Diabetes - those fatty acids to form ketone...

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DIABETES
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Types Of Diabetes Diabetes Mellitus DM 1 DM 2 Diabetes Insipidous
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Diabetes Mellitus Type 1 Usually early onset peak age 14 Autoimmune destruction of pancreas beta cells Usually preceded by viral infection Without treatment will develop ketoacidosis=life threatening NO/IMPAIRED INSULIN PRODUCTION
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Ketoacidosis DKA=Diabetic Ketoacidosis Patient will present with nausea, vomiting, and diffuse abdominal pain Usually precipitated by cessation of insulin and/or dehydration TX= re-hydration via volume repletion and insulin replacement, then chiropractic adjustment.
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Ketoacidosis Caused by a lack of insulin and increased release of glucagon Leads to increased gluconeogenesis- release of fatty acids, and the oxidation of
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Unformatted text preview: those fatty acids to form ketone bodies DM 2 Usually late onset 40-50 Resistance to insulin, levels in blood increased Dont use Non insulin dependent, both may require insulin Of 17 million diabetics in US 90% DM 2 Hyperinsulinemia without hyperglycemia precedes the disease DM 2 Contd Genetic predisposition and weight gain most pertinent predictors Classic presentation is Polydipsia Polyuria Polyphagia Diagnostic Evaluation Fasting glucose level> 126mg/dL(normal <110mg/dL) Random glucose level>200mg/dL with triad 2 hour glucose level>200 during a 75g oral glucose test You must verify these findings on a separate visit....
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course DIAG 2735 taught by Professor Josephr.forese during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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