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Long Term Complications

Managing diabetes in hemodialysis
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Managing diabetes in hemodialysis

January 31st, 2016 | by h4uclinic
Managing diabetes in hemodialysis patients: Observations and recommendations Both uremia and dialysis can complicate glycemic control by affecting the secretion, clearance, and peripheral tissue activity of insulin. ABSTRACT
Long-term changes
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Long-term changes

September 23rd, 2015 | by Veronika Václavková
Histopathologic lesions in chronic type 1 diabetes differ from those in acute disease. Insulitis is only rarely found and most islets no longer contain any insulin; these pseudoatrophic islets contain abundant glucagon-producing
“Your feet can tell fibs”
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“Your feet can tell fibs”

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Do you have reduced sensation in the feet, you risk bad injuries because you can not feel how your feet – in fact – have it. That day, it does not hurt, it becomes dangerous, says podiatrist Pia Bondorph. Text:
Take care of your feet
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Take care of your feet

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
To avoid problems with your feet, we recommend a general level, that you maintain good control of your diabetes and avoid smoking. In addition we have a number of practical advice so you can take good care of your feet and reduce
Charcot’s foot and ganrene
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Charcot’s foot and ganrene

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
On the picture you can see: Lateral radiograph of right foot showing Charcot arthropathy Two of the rarer sequelae has gangrene and Charcot’s foot. Gangrene (gangrenae) Gangrene is death tissue in the body – most
Ingrown nails, corns, calluses etc.
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Ingrown nails, corns, calluses etc.

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
The doctor will treat infections and athlete’s foot with antibiotics and fluid retention with diuretics. By foot ulcers with infection may be needed for operation in which inflamed tissue and tissue with reduced circulation
What are the symptoms of foot ulcers?
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What are the symptoms of foot ulcers?

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Reduced sensitivity and cold feet with pale, smooth skin and sparse hairiness suggests nerve inflammation and decreased blood supply. It is a warning that there is an increased risk for foot ulcers. Loss of sensation to cold,
Foot ulcers and other problems with foot
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Foot ulcers and other problems with foot

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
Foot ulcers is a common complication of diabetes, you need to take very seriously. The sores can occur on both toes, feet and lower legs. When you have diabetes, your risk of developing foot ulcers greater than in others.
Eyes
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Eyes

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
It is important that you regularly get your eyes checked as changes in your eyes can be treated if they are detected in time. Almost all people with diabetes develop over time due to changes in the retina. Disease. Please
How to prevent kidney disease?
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How to prevent kidney disease?

September 4th, 2015 | by Danish Association
The risk of developing diabetic kidney disease increases, the harder you have at achieving good glycemic control and normal blood pressure. The best prevention is therefore a good control of your blood sugar and blood pressure.