Written Assignment - Diabetes

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Research Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus (T1DM) and briefly address the following:

  1. Explain the physiology as to why patients develop T1DM
  2. Describe symptoms of T1DM
  3. Compare the different medications prescribed for T1DM
  4. Breakdown the dietary and lifestyle changes that are recommended for patients with T1DM
  5. Select two ways in which T1DM medications are administered

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agneta
School: University of Virginia

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Running head: TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS

Type 1 Diabetes mellitus
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TYPE 1 DIABETES MELLITUS

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Type 1 Diabetes mellitus occurs as a result of pancreas beta cells being attacked by the
immune system and causing the deficiency of insulin in the body (Hall.Atkinson, Eisenbarth, &
Michels, 2014). Insulin plays a crucial role in the body by converting carbohydrates into glucose.
Therefore, lack of insulin in the body means that the cells absorb the low amount of glucose
which is usually used in cell metabolism. Hence, large amounts of glucose remain in the blood
raising the blood sugar levels.
Symptoms of the Type 1 Diabetes mellitus (T1DM) include an extreme thirs...

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