Both type I and type II diabetes mellitus are becoming more common. As a nurse, you will frequently encounter and care for patients with diabetes. Some of these patients seek care for non-diabetic needs but still need assistance in caring for their diabetes. Others have diabetic emergencies that force them to seek medical attention.
In this course, you’ll learn about the basics of both type I and type II diabetes mellitus, including their causes, pathophysiologies, and basic treatments. We’ll dicuss what the modifiable and non-modifiable risk factors are for developing this disease, the importance of glucose monitoring, and the numerous complications that can arise from diabetes.
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