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Inappropriate Glucose Production – Development of Diabetes Type 2 (Nursing)

by Rhonda Lawes

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    00:01 I love this slide.

    00:03 Look at that.

    00:03 You see it blinking out of control.

    00:08 Now the liver does not literally shoot glucose all out like that.

    00:14 But I wanted you to have this graphic picture.

    00:16 I know it's a little silly. It's not anatomically correct.

    00:19 But I wanted you to have this idea because the killer factor 3 is when the liver goes rogue.

    00:25 It does inappropriate glucose production by the liver.

    00:29 Now proper regulation of releasing glucose when the blood levels drop is what the liver is supposed to do.

    00:35 But this liver is out of control.

    00:38 It's haphazard, and it's not consistent.

    00:41 Remember, fatty liver also has a hard time.

    00:44 How do I develop a fatty liver? Well, if I have a lot of extra adipose tissue, it's got to go somewhere and the liver is one of the most traumatic places the extra adipose tissue can go.

    00:56 So we looked at killer factor 1 to see if you can name it in your notes.

    01:01 Killer factor 2 and now this is killer factor 3.


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    The lecture Inappropriate Glucose Production – Development of Diabetes Type 2 (Nursing) by Rhonda Lawes is from the course Diabetes Type 1 and 2: Introduction and Risk Factors (Nursing) (quiz coming soon).


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