Nursing Care in Diabetes

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Nursing Care in Diabetes
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Nursing Care in Diabetes
Diabetes is a chronic disease caused by an elevation in blood sugar levels because of insufficient or an absence of insulin to maintain normal blood glucose levels. Diabetes causes significant morbidity and impairment in the quality of life of patients because of the long-term complications of the disease. Complications of diabetes from the long-term effects of hyperglycemia include macrovascular complications such as peripheral vascular disease, coronary artery disease and cerebrovascular disease and microvascular complications such as kidney and eye disease and diabetic neuropathy (Day, Paul & Williams, 2009). The main goal in diabetes care is to normalize the blood...
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