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Diabetes Mellitus Quizzes & Trivia

Do you have diabetes, know somebody who does, or do you work with diabetics? Whatever the case may be, our informative quizzes on Diabetes Mellitus will give you the information that you need! Can you answer questions on the two different types of Diabetes and do you know the symptoms of being a diabetic?

Take our quizzes and work together for making a change and finding a cure! Answer questions such as, “What is the difference between type 1 and type 2 Diabetes?” and, “What are the serious long-term complications of Diabetes?”

Be informed about this disease and educate your friends and family! Find out if you may have diabetes or if you may be at risk. Take our quizzes on Diabetes Mellitus to gain the knowledge that you need!
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Diabetes is a health condition in which the body is unable to produce hormone insulin, which helps in the regulation and control of glucose. This quiz tests on how much you know about this disease, its symptoms and treatment.

Questions: 12  |  Attempts: 3252   |  Last updated: Mar 8, 2018
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    The nurse enters a diabetic patient's room at 11:30 and notices that the patient is diaphoretic, tachycardic, anxious, states she is hungry, and doesn't remember where she is.  This patient is most likely showing signs of what?


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    What does A refer to:

Choose the letter of the correct answer.

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    An agitated, confused female client arrives in the emergency department. Her history includes type 1 diabetes mellitus, hypertension, and angina pectoris. Assessment reveals pallor, diaphoresis, headache, and intense hunger. A stat blood glucose sample measures 42 mg/dl, and the client is treated for an acute hypoglycemic reaction. After recovery, nurse Lily teaches the client to treat hypoglycemia by ingesting:

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    In DKA, Na follows what out of the body?

Do you want to test your diabetes mellitus knowledge? Let's play this metabolic diseases quiz and prove yourself!

Questions: 39  |  Attempts: 263   |  Last updated: May 12, 2017
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    A patient with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus asks the nurse what “type 2” means in relation to diabetes. Which statement by the nurse about type 2 diabetes is correct?
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Diabetes Mellitus Questions & Answers


Which statement by the nurse about type 2 diabetes is correct? A patient with newly diagnosed type 2 diabetes mellitus asks the nurse what “type 2” means in relation to diabetes.
The correct answer to this question is D. Type II diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. If a patient has Type II, their body does not use insulin correctly, also known as insulin resistance. In this case, changing the patient's diet and incr
Which patient action indicates a good understanding of the nurse’s teaching about the use of an insulin pump?
1. The patient programs the pump to deliver an insulin bolus after eating. ANS: B In addition to the basal rate of insulin infusion, the patient will adjust the pump to administer a bolus after each meal, with the dosage depending on the oral intak
Which option completes this sentence? A male client with type 1 diabetes mellitus has a highly elevated glycosylated hemoglobin (Hb) test result. In discussing the result with the client, nurse...
It tells us about your sugar control for the last 3 months.” The glycosylated Hb test provides an objective measure of glycemic control over a 3-month period. The test helps identify trends or practices that impair glycemic control, and it doe
A patient receives aspart (NovoLog) insulin at 8:00 AM. Which time will it be most important for the nurse to monitor for symptoms of hypoglycemia?
9:00 AM ANS: A The rapid-acting insulins peak in 1 to 3 hours. The patient is not at a high risk for hypoglycemia at the other listed times, although hypoglycemia may occur.
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