Nerve damage, drop foot
Microvascular disease, PVD
Loss of appetite
Weakness and fatigue
All of the above
Taking medications to lower blood glucose.
Eliminating sugar from the diet.
Physical activity and weight loss
All of these are equally effective.
Over 65, minority race, obesity, history of diabetes and other disease states (HTN, CVD, Fatty liver, and PCOS) present.
Increased waist circumference (>102 cm [>40 in] for men, >88 cm [>35 in] for women); elevated triglycerides (≥150 mg/dl); low HDL cholesterol (
Obesity, HTN diagnosis of a blood pressure >120/80mm/Hg, positive OGTT >200mg/dl, High LDL cholesterol above >100 mg/dl, triglycerides over 400 mg/dl.
None of the above
½ to 2/3
1/3 to ½
It is a condition in which the body produces insulin but does not use it effectively.
It is a condition in which glucose builds up in the blood instead of being absorbed by the cells, leading to prediabetes of type 2 diabetes.
It is a syndrome that is the cause of all diabetic cases
The beta cells in the pancreas try to keep up with this increased demand for insulin by producing more.
It effects the muscle, fat, and liver cells in the body
Excessive Carbohydrate Intake
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