Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus Bonny York Jacksonville University Nursing 342 October 10 2011 Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus 1 The Identified Learning Need Patients with diabetes have very comprhensive learning needs. The learning needs are focused on managing their glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes. Learning needs
Diabetic Foot Care Teaching Plan for the Home Health Nurse Diabetic Foot Care Teaching Plan According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC, 2011), 25.8 million Americans, 8.3 percent of the population, have diabetes and nearly 27 percent of those 26 million Americans, are undiagnosed. In 2010, the CDC reported nearly 2 million Americans aged 20 years and older were diagnosed with diabetes. Diabetic education is an important part of helping those with diabetes effectively manage
Diabetes mellitus or DM is a disease affecting multi-organ systems due to the abnormal insulin production, improper insulin usage or even both. It is a very serious health problem throughout the world effecting thousands of people.A survey conducted in United States showed that almost 6.2% of the population suffers from this disease. It is a matter of great issue that almost one -third of the population is unaware of the disease. Incidence Diabetes is actually the fifth leading cause of deaths
Developing the Strategy Every eighth person in the United States suffers from type 2 diabetes mellitus. According to the CDC, as of 2010 there were 26 million patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus in the U.S. (CDC, 2011). The problem has been increasing despite various proactive and preventive measures developed to reduce its prevalence. In order to promote and ensure compliance, it is important to clearly understand the factors underlying patients’ decisions for noncompliance (Peters, 2012)
1. Discuss the pathophysiology of Diabetes Mellitus. Diabetes Mellitus is a chronic condition in which the body has the inability to produce insulin or react normally to insulin. The pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus is extremely complex, as diabetes mellitus is characterized by different types but share common symptoms and complications. Diabetes mellitus is classified in two types: Type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Although the disease is "characterized by different etiologies"
Knowledge and Attitudes Surrounding Diabetes Mellitus Name Affiliation Development of Culture-Centered Educational Program for Nigerian Immigrants to Assess Knowledge and Attitudes Surrounding Diabetes Mellitus Introduction Diabetes Mellitus affects 29.1 million people in the United States of America. According to the center for disease control and prevention (2014), minorities have higher rates of disability and death due to diabetes mellitus. Traditional diabetes educational programs have not proven
Teaching the Patient with Diabetes Mellitus Type Two Introduction Teaching self-care management in today’s society has become a crucial aspect in medical treatment. Providing educational consultation for the patient creates awareness towards progressive overall health. Nurses are an important medium of the interdisciplinary team when patient teaching is involved. The nurse will provide education to the patient and family while under the nurse’s care. In order for teaching to be effective: the nurse
Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Teaching Plan Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is a disorder in which blood sugar (glucose) levels are abnormally high because the body does not produce enough insulin to meet it's needs (Kishore, 2008). Due to the lack of education, many people with DM are not aware of the fact that it requires lifestyle changes, which happens to be challenging for most. Mrs. C is reported to be 72 - year - old Latin American woman with history of DM for 10 years.
population)(Diabetes Facts). When people think about epidemics that affect the world today, the first ones that usually come to mind are those that kill of millions of people every year such as HIV, malaria, or the influenza. There are even those that haven’t been as deadly but have gained extreme notoriety such as the H1N1 virus, cholera, and anthrax. For this paper forget about HIV, H1N1, cholera, and the influenza; introducing Diabetes mellitus: a silent epidemic. Diabetes mellitus or commonly
Did you know diabetes is the seventh leading cause of death in the United States? (Fukunaga, 2011). Many are unaware approximately 25.8 million American’s, 8.3% of the population suffer from diabetes. Type II Diabetes Mellitus (DM II) is by far the most prevalent and accounts for 90-95 percent of the 25.8 million diabetic patients. The long term complications of DM II make it a devastating disease. It is the leading cause of adult blindness, end-stage kidney disease, and non-traumatic lower limb