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What is the treatment of hypertension and diabetes melletus type one and diabetes mellitus type 2 and what is the diagnosis for each disease and how w?

What is the treatment of hypertension and diabetes melletus type one and diabetes mellitus type 2 and what is the diagnosis for each disease and how w?

Diet, exercise and: Weight loss are good for both. Diabetes is diagnosed on the basis of your blood sugar and other lab tests; hypertension by checking your blood pressure. Your doctor can advise you and help with diagnosis and treatment for both. Many behavior modifications and treatments are available. More info can be found @ diabetes.Org and webmd. ...Read more

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Which experimental treatments for type two diabetes?

Which experimental treatments for type two diabetes?

GeneControlIsletCell: For type ii, better understanding complex genetic controls is the main focus. There has been some progress using agents which change the response of ppar, esp ?/? & ?, receptors, complex metabolic controls present in most tissues. For type i, ongoing work to grow islet cells in tissue culture, encapsulate them so as to be able to inject them into the abdominal cavity, has had some limited success. ...Read more

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What is standard treatment for type two diabetes?

What is standard treatment for type two diabetes?

Customized: It really depends on the severity of diabetes and other factors like presence/absence of liver or kidney disease. First medication is often either a sulfonylurea or metformin. Here is a link you ay find helpful: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/diabetes-treatment/da00089. ...Read more

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What is diabetec type 1 and 2?Also the differences each two type and prevention for this dse?

What is diabetec type 1 and  2?Also the differences each two type and prevention for this dse?

Type I: Is Insulin deficiency. Type ii is Insulin resistance to its actions. Type i has at least a genetic background but may have a viral cause added on. Type ii is acquired and is now very common because of the wretched diet that is consumed by many. ...Read more

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How will you differentiate between type one , type two and type three diabeties?

How will you differentiate between type one , type two and type three diabeties?

Lab tests: If early in the course antibodies directed against Insulin or the Insulin producing cells can be detected. Ask your endocrinologist if you are in doubt. ...Read more

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What type of meds should someone with diabetes type II take?

What type of meds should someone with diabetes type II take?

Several options : Groups of medications are available. Biguanides, sulfanylureas, thioglitazones, Alpha glucosidase inhibitors, meglitinides, dpp4 inhibitors and combinations of these. Each has their own benefits as well as side effects. ...Read more

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What are some treatments for type two diabetes?

There are several: Type ii diabetes can be treated with pills, Insulin injections, and other injections that stimulate release of insulin. This is a link that you should find helpful: http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/diabetes-treatment/da00089. ...Read more

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Which type of diet is for gestational diabetes?

Which type of diet is for gestational diabetes?

Nutritionist: Most of the obstetricians I have worked with referred women with gestational diabetes to a class on the subject or to work with a nutritionist. I think this is quiet important. Frankly, it would be difficulty to teach the concepts of eating with diabetes in 400 words or less. ...Read more

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What are some dosages of insulin for type one diabetes?

What are some dosages of insulin for type one diabetes?

30-70 units per day: Usually in the range of 0.4 to 0.6 units/kg/day. ...Read more

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What is the most effective treatment for niddm (non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus)?

What is the most effective treatment for niddm (non-insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus)?

Diet exercise oral : Along with diet and exercise, oral agents such as glipizide/glyburide followed by the addition of metformin if not controlled. Glimepiride is often the next step. Then pioglitazone and sitagliptin could be used after previous alternatives attempted. ...Read more

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What are the different strategies for type II diabetes?

What are the different strategies for type II diabetes?

Strategies include: Prevention, oral meds, prevention, exercise, prevention, diet, prevention, education, prevention, weight loss, prevention, gastric bypass surgery, prevention, insulin, prevention, prevention and lastly, treatment of complications, then that's it! ...Read more

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How are type i and type II diabetes distinguished from each other?

How are type i and type II diabetes distinguished from each other?

Insulin: Dm is problem with insulin. Type 1 is a complete lack of Insulin so oral medications don't work. Type 2 is relative Insulin deficiency but not complete lack, also involves Insulin resistance which means tissues can not use Insulin and therefore sugar very well. ...Read more

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What hypertensive treatment works for a patient with coexisting chf, high cholesterol and iddm?

What hypertensive treatment works for a patient with coexisting chf, high cholesterol and iddm?

ACE inhibitor: An ACE inhibitor would be anti hypertensive of 1st choice in a pt with said profile bc of its cardio and Reno-protective benefits. If a dry cough, side-effect develops, an angiotensin receptor blocker ought to be tried next. ...Read more

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What hypertensive treatment works for a patient with coexisting chf, high cholesterol and iddm?

What hypertensive treatment works for a patient with coexisting chf, high cholesterol and iddm?

ACE or ARB: Any of them would work but ace or arb would also treat the chf and protect the kidneys so they would be a first choice. ( one or the other, not both). Most patients need more than one drug. ...Read more

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With type 1 diabetes what are my treatment options?

With type 1 diabetes what are my treatment options?

Insulin and diet: Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body has no way of having Insulin to help the body use sugar as a fuel for its activities. It is the same as trying to run a car without gasoline. The treatment is to supply the Insulin by injection. There is also a dietary regimen that should be set up by a registered dietician. ...Read more

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Which type of tests do patients with a risk of diabetes take?

Which type of tests do patients with a risk of diabetes take?

Blood sugar checks: Simplest test is check the fasting blood sugar.This gives you an idea if you are a diabetic or not. Other tests may be done if your fasting sugar is over 100mg(normal level is 70-99mg). ...Read more

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What is the required blood sugar level for a diabetes type 1 patient?

What is the required blood sugar level for a diabetes type 1 patient?

Normal range: Diabetes needs to be have blood sugar controlled in order to decrease the many side effects. The goal should be about normal levels. ...Read more

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With type 1 diabetes what are my treatment options?

Insulin and diet: Type 1 diabetes occurs when the body has no way of having Insulin to help the body use sugar as a fuel for its activities. It is the same as trying to run a car without gasoline. The treatment is to supply the Insulin by injection. There is also a dietary regimen that should be set up by a registered dietician. ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with type one diabetes when i was around 18. That was two years ago. I don't have insurance because finding and keeping a job with my illness is difficult when I am not getting treatment. What can I do?

I was diagnosed with type one diabetes when i was around 18. That was two years ago. I don't have insurance because finding and keeping a job with my illness is difficult when I am not getting treatment. What can I do?

Contact : Contact your local county hospital for help with free or low income programs. Let them know you are a type 1 diabetic and you need treatment. Also ask to speak with a social worker. He/she will be able to assist you. Once you get a primary care provider your abdominal pain can be worked up. You could be dealing with diabetic gastroparesis, lactose intolerance, chronic pancreatitis, etc. It is difficult to say. Hopefully the endoscopy can be done as well. Good luck in finding a doctor. There is help out there. It just takes a little effort on your part. ...Read more

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