Clinical and morphological studies of diabetes in the mother

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Diabetes mellitus is one of the most common diseases. The incidence of diabetes in recent decades has been increasing worldwide. Due to the effectiveness of insulin therapy and the use of a rational physiological diet, the majority of women with diabetes have normalized reproductive function. However, practice shows that diabetes and pregnancy have a negative effect on each….

Diabetic foot syndrome: just about complicated

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Diabetic foot is a threat to all diabetics. What exactly is happening and how to avoid amputation? Diabetic foot is a fairly common complication of diabetes . This disorder occurs in 80% of people with diabetes. Usually a diabetic foot develops in patients with a “diabetic experience” of about 15–20 years. In half the cases, the diabetic foot ends with amputation….

Insulin Pump: Pros and Cons

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There are diseases that, due to their pathogenetic characteristics, will never leave a person. Diabetes mellitus is one such disease. And if a person is not able to get rid of the disease itself, then you can try to alleviate his everyday difficulties that this disease created. An insulin pump for a diabetic is just an option for….

How to understand that you have diabetes

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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease of the endocrine system caused by a deficiency of insulin produced by the pancreas. It is the most common and dangerous endocrine disease that you need to be able to recognize in time to avoid serious health complications. Diabetes Symptoms Most often, diabetes is diagnosed in people under the age….

Definition of diabetes and its classification

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Diabetes mellitus is a group of metabolic (metabolic) diseases characterized by hyperglycemia, which is the result of defects in insulin secretion, the effects of insulin, or both of these factors. WHO 1999 Classification of diabetes mellitus (WHO, 1999) Type 1 diabetes• Autoimmune • IdiopathicPancreatic β-cell destruction, usually resulting in absolute insulin deficiencyType 2 diabetesWith predominant….

Features of the clinic and the evolution of neonatal diabetes

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Information on the features of the course of diabetes mellitus in newborns (DLS) is limited to a small number of descriptions of individual cases of the disease without any attempt to generalize and analyze (5,7,9). The latter is explained by the comparative rarity of this pathology and its intravital diagnosis (1.9). Since we have the largest number….

Metabolic syndrome, type 2 diabetes and hypertension

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Summary The review outlines the main aspects of the treatment of metabolic syndrome. The approaches to the correction of overweight, arterial hypertension and disorders of carbohydrate metabolism are examined in detail. The problem of metabolic syndrome (MS) is one of the most pressing problems of modern medicine. This symptom complex attracts the close attention of endocrinologists, cardiologists,….

Renal diabetes insipidus

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KIDNEY DIAGNOSIS DIABETES. Etiology and pathogenesis. An inherited disease in which the kidneys are not able to produce urine with a higher osmolar concentration than the osmolarity of glomerular ultrafiltrate plasma, which is associated with a loss of sensitivity of the renal tubules to antidiuretic hormone (ADH). Nephrogenic diabetes insipidus should be distinguished from neurohypophysial diabetes, in which….

Diabetes and pregnancy

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Diabetes is divided into two types. The first is insulin-dependent or juvenile, and the second is an insulin-independent elderly. Two million Russians suffer from diabetes, 300 thousand of them suffer from diabetes. The second type of disease is growing among young people. In addition to genetics, many more roads lead to diabetes. Among them, alcohol, smoking, drugs, taking medications,….

Pregnancy and diabetes

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Pregnancy, developed on the background of diabetes, carries a risk to the health of the mother and fetus. Risk factors for a mother with diabetes: • progression of vascular complications (retinopathy, nephropathy, ischemic heart disease); • more frequent development of hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis; • more frequent complications of pregnancy (late preeclampsia, infection, multilingual govode). Risk factors for the….