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Patients with diabetes mellitus should pay special attention to the amount of carbohydrates, protein, fat, and minerals that are included in their diet. Monitoring these components of their diet, along with weight management, can help control their diabetes mellitus. Diabetic Diet Carbohydrates Carbohydrates that are consumed by a diabetic will have the most effect on his or her blood glucose levels (Watts & Anselmo, 2006, p. 46). Because of this, carbohydrates play an important role in th... ... middle of paper ... ...Sensible eating for people with diabetes. Practice Nurse, 33(9), 33.
Type 2 diabetes mellitus is a growing disease in the United States. When developing a care management plan for new diabetic patient, several areas of education and resources should be considered. The purpose of this paper is to describe a hypothetical care plan for a newly diagnosed diabetic, including case management model used, initial and ongoing educational needs, and data collection and evaluation. Case Management Model Jane Doe has been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes postpartum. In order to provide continuous high quality care across the continuum, a diabetic case management plan will be needed.
08 Apr. 2014., J, Michael.. "Diabetes Treatment, Part 2: Oral Agents for Glycemic Management." Clinical Diabetes 4(2007):131. eLibrary. Web. 08 Apr.
O'Shea, L. (2010). A practical guide to diagnosing type 2 diabetes. Practice Nurse, 39(11), 12-17. Wallymahmed, M. (2013). Encouraging people with diabetes to get the most from blood glucose monitoring.
Early stages of sepsis and clinical manifestations are discussed in the article, “Helping Patients Survive Sepsis,” with emphasis on the i... ... middle of paper ... ...urses are at the bedside 24 hours a day they can greatly impact patient outcomes and decrease the overall mortality rate of sepsis by using the evidence-based practices outlined in the Surviving Sepsis Campaign. Reference Page Bernstein, M., & Lynn, S. (2013). Helping patients survive sepsis. American Nurse Today, 8(1), 24-28. Retrieved from http://www.americannursetoday.com/article.
Retrieved from http://www.diabetes.org/advocacy/advocacypriorities/health-disparities.html Philis-Tsimikas, A., &Gallo, L. C. (2014). Implementing Community-Based Diabetes Programs: The Scripps Whittier Diabetes Institute Experience. Curr Diab Rep Current Diabetes Reports, 14(2). Doi:10.1007/s11892-013-0462-0 Schroedl, A. (2012, July 28).
In today’s world, research and it implications to nursing practice are paramount to positive patient results. The following critique of the quantitative research article entitled “Nurse-Patient Interactions Related to Diabetes Foot Care” written by Lisa Sue Flood. This is a critique of her research study dated November of 2009 Oakland University, Rochester Michigan. Problem Statement, Study Purpose, and Research Question Diabetic foot care is becoming an ever increasing concern as diabetes has reached epidemic proportion. This has increased the associated diabetic problems such as amputations and non-healing ulcerations.
(2010). Accurately measuring blood pressure: factors that contribute to false measurements. MEDSURG Nursing, 19(2), 90-94 Uhlg, K., Patel, K., Ip, S., Kitsios, G., & Balk, E. (2013). Self-Measured Blood Pressure Monitoring in the Management of Hypertension. Annals of Internal Medicine, 159(3), 185-194