Cystic fibrosis is an associated diabetes mellitus. Reasons, diagnosis

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The role of cystic fibrosis associated diabetes mellitus in the natural course of cystic fibrosis increases, as the life expectancy of patients increases. Consequently, its prevalence and manifestations of adverse effects are growing. The incidence of MASD is 5% in patients with MB, but varies between 15-22% in patients over the age of 16. The….

The importance of glucose regulation. Diabetes

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One might ask the question : Is it important to maintain consistency in the blood glucose concentration, taking into account the fact that many tissues may shift the level of utilization of fats and proteins for energy needs in the absence of glucose? The fact is that glucose is the only nutrient that is normally used by the….

Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (type I diabetes): causes, diagnosis, treatment

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Etiology and incidence of insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus . Insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) (also called type I diabetes mellitus, MS No. 222100) is usually caused by autoimmune destruction of islet pancreatic beta cells; the mechanism of initiation of this autoimmune reaction is unknown.   The death of islet b-cells leads to a lack of insulin , and as a result to impaired anabolism and….

Diabetes mellitus in children: causes, clinic, diagnosis

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Characteristic features of endocrine and metabolic disorders in children : • Almost all types of diabetes are insulin-dependent. • Hypoglycemia should be excluded whenever a child suddenly becomes ill. • Congenital hypothyroidism is relatively common and is detected during routine biochemical screening (Guthrie’s test). • Congenital metabolic disorders alone are rare, but are expected in a wide range of differential diagnoses. ….

Gestational diabetes. Prestigious diabetes

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In 3-4% of otherwise healthy pregnant women, there is no increase in insulin secretion sufficient to overcome the insulin resistance of peripheral tissues and maintain euglycemia. This condition is called gestational diabetes. Gestational diabetes is very reminiscent of type II diabetes mellitus: in both cases, increased insulin resistance of peripheral tissues and insufficient insulin secretion….

Type 1 diabetes: causes

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The development of type 1 diabetes occurs against the background of a lack of insulin in the patient’s body, which is often total. The most important thing about type 1 diabetes The disease causes the patient to destroy the insulin-producing cells in the pancreas. Autoimmune disease is not associated with lifestyle factors. The development of type….

Cardiovascular system for diabetes in the elderly

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Diabetes mellitus is a common disease caused by disorders of the pancreas. For various reasons, it ceases to produce the hormone insulin, and this in turn affects all metabolic processes in the body. Diabetes mellitus is dangerous for its complications and, above all, on the part of the cardiovascular system.   Cardiovascular system for diabetes Diabetes mellitus changes the composition….

People with diabetes: regular or seriously ill?

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People with diabetes are a fairly large group of the population of our planet, about 200 million people. Among them, the vast majority suffer from type 2 diabetes mellitus (more than 90%), and slightly less than 10% occur in patients with other forms of diabetes – type 1 diabetes mellitus , gestational diabetes, and others. In recent years, there has….

Diabetes mellitus: a chronic disease. How to return a full life?

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Diabetes mellitus is a chronic disease that occurs in people of different ages for many reasons. The very fact of establishing a diagnosis indicates that the patient will have to radically change his lifestyle. This is necessary because the treatment of diabetes is based not only on the regular intake of medicines, but also on a certain diet and….

Type 1 and Type 2 Diabetes: General and Differences

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Type 1 and type 2 diabetes are completely different diseases, but they also have common features. Among them, the main symptom, because of which this ailment got its name – high blood sugar. Both of these diseases are severe, changes affect all organs and systems of the patient. After diagnosis, a person’s life changes completely. What is common and….