What information should a nurse include in her client teaching if a client with diabetes mellitus is admitted with hypoglycemia?
A. Hypoglycemia can result from excessive alcohol consumption. B. Skipping meals can cause hypoglycemia. C. Symptoms of hypoglycemia include thirst and excessive urinary output. D. Strenuous activity may result in hypoglycemia. E. Symptoms of hypoglycemia include shakiness, confusion, and headache. F. Hypoglycemia is a relatively harmless situation.
Hypoglycemia can result from excessive alcohol consumption.
Hypoglycemia, otherwise called low blood sugar, happens when levels of glucose (sugar) in the blood are too low. Hypoglycemia is basic in individuals with diabetes who take insulin and a few (yet not all) oral diabetes drugs.
A few people with diabetes create side effects of low blood sugar at marginally more elevated amounts. On the off chance that your blood sugar levels are high for drawn out stretches of time, you may have manifestations and feel ineffectively when your blood sugar is more like 100 mg/dL (5.6 mmol/L). Getting your blood sugar under better control can lower the blood sugar level when you start to feel indications.
Hypoglycemia can result from excessive alcohol consumption.-2. skipping meals can cause hypoglycemia.-3. strenuous activity may result in hypoglycemia.-4. symptoms of hypoglycemia include shakiness, confusion, and headache.-rationale: alcohol consumption, missed meals, and strenuous activity may lead to hypoglycemia. symptoms of hypoglycemia include shakiness, confusion, headache, sweating, and tingling sensations around the mouth. thirst and excessive urination are symptoms of hyperglycemia. hypoglycemia can become a life-threatening disorder involving seizures and death to brain cells; the client shouldnt be told that the condition is relatively harmless.client needs category: physiological integrityclient needs subcategory: reduction of risk potentialcognitive level: applicationreference: smeltzer, s.c., et al. brunner & suddarths textbook of medical-surgical nursing, 11th ed. philadelphia: lippincott williams & wilkins, 2008, p. 1411.