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The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development
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The Causes And Results Of Diabetes Development

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  • 1. β-cells of pancreas make up 65-80% of the cells in the areas called the islets of Langerhans.
  • 2. β-cells make and release INSULIN 1. enables cells to absorb glucose in order to turn it into energy;   2. controls the level of glucose in the blood.
  • 3. Viral infections ( Koksaki B4 , parotitis epidemica, rubella virus ets.) Autoantibodies ( autoimmune diseases ) Some chemicals and drugs Trauma Alcohol ets.
  • 4. β-cells damage!
  • 5.   sugar level increases in the blood stream Main symptoms:   1. fatigue; 2. increased hunger; 3. excessive thirst along with frequent urination; 4. weight loss; 5. nausea and vomiting.          
  • 6. Diabetes Type 1 autoimmune Type 2 secondary diabetes, caused by viral disease, drugs, trauma ets.
  • 7. monitoring of  glycemic state of the body  (blood glucose)
  • 8. Treatment goals: 1. Dietary management;   2. Exercises;   3. Antidiabetic drugs               - Oral drugs ,           -Injectable peptide analogs,         -Insulin preparations.   

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