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Anatomy and physiology
QM23.2.A538 2006
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Contents on videodiscs: Circulatory system (101.1) (16:02 min.) -- Digestive system (101.2) (16:51 min.) -- Nervous system (101.3) (17:36 min.) -- Respiratory system (101.4) (16:22 min.) -- Skeletal system (101.5) (16:22 min.) -- Muscular system (101.6)(15:59 min.) -- Reproductive system (101.7)(18:52 min.) -- Urinary system (101.8)(17:14 min.) -- Integumentory system (101.9)(18:35 min.) -- Endocrine system (101.10)(18:35 min.).
Cardiovascular disease and the diabetic foot
RC660.C37 2004
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Describes the impact of cardiovascular disease on those with diabetes, discusses how it develops, and outlines strategies for reducing risk factors. Focuses on how diabetes places patients at risk for foot ulceration and amputation, and stresses information healthcare professionals can provide to help prevent this disabling and potentially life-threatening complication.
RC660.D526 2005
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(685.1 DVD) Physiology of glucose regulation (34 min.) -- (685.2 DVD) Pathophysiology of diabetes (34 min.) -- (685.3 DVD) Nutrition therapy, exercise, and sick day management (34 min.) -- (685.4 DVD) Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents (34 min.) -- (685.5 DVD) Hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and monitoring (34 min.) -- (685.6 DVD) Neuropathy, nephropathy and retinography (34 min.) -- (685.7 DVD) Cardiovascular disease and the diabetic foot -- (34 min.).
Diabetes mellitus
RC660.D527 2000
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Titles on 3 patient information sheets are: Checking your blood glucose control -- Understanding Diabetes Mellitus -- Understanding Hypoglycemia.
Provides practical information on every clinically relevant aspect of diabetes mellitus.
Endocrine signs & symptoms
RC649.E53 2002
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Shows how to spot clusters of endocrine signs and symptoms, assess them rapidly and thoroughly, uncover their probable cause, and provide appropriate nursing care.
Hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia, and monitoring
RC660.H97 2004
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Describes the 3 acute, metabolic complications of diabetes: hypoglycemia, diabetic ketoacidosis, and hypersmolar hyperglycemic state. Illustrates the causes and symptoms of these complications as well as preventive and treatment measures. Presents the importance of blood and urine monitoring to prevent and detect these complications.
Insulin and oral antidiabetic agents
QP572.I5I57 2004
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Discusses indications for insulin use, as well as types of preparations and administration. Outlines the mechanism of action and clinical use of the major categories of oral antidiabetic agents.
Introducing biology--the endocrine glands /
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This video explains the interaction of the nervous system and the endocrine system in regulating the body's functions and identifies the major endocrine glands of the body.
Medical-surgical nursing
RT41.M424 1994
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1. Hip fracture -- 2. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder -- 3. Myocardial infarction -- 4. Congestive heart failure -- 5. Acute care of burns -- 6. Breast cancer -- 7. Complications from diabetes -- 8. Cerebrovascular accident -- 9. Colon cancer -- 10. Tuberculosis -- 11. Spinal cord injury -- 12. Acute renal failure.
Series presents acute-care nursing management of specific disorders in a case-study format.
Neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy
RC660.N48 2004
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Describes how these common, long-term complications of both type 1 and type 2 diabetes develop. Lists risk factors for neuropathy, nephropathy, and retinopathy. Discusses treatment strategies and educational interventions that can prevent and/or minimize the risk of their development.
Nutrition therapy, exercise, and sick day management
RC660.N88 2004
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Describes the role of medical nutrition therapy and exercise in managing diabetes and decreasing the risk of complications. Discusses the importance of exercise as well as precautions, and prevention and management of exercise-induced hypoglycemia. Addresses sick-day management principles essential for preventing complications.
Pathophysiology of diabetes
RC660.P36 2004
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Discusses the epidemiology, origins, pathophysiology, and signs and symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes. Examines the metabolic syndrome and prediabetes. Describes the long-term consequences of untreated or inadequately treated diabetes.
Patient with newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus, The
RC660.P37 1992
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Shows the beginning-of-shift assessment of a young adult male with newly diagnosed type 1 diabetes mellitus. Demonstrates, using head-to-toe organization, how to prioritize and focus on specific signs and symptoms in order to detect complications such as hypo- and hyperglycemia, and to identify learning needs and readiness.
Physiology of glucose regulation
QP99.3.B5P59 2004
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Program describes normal glucose physiology, including the particular role of the liver. Outlines the role of insulin in carbohydrate, protein and fat metabolism, and describes the action of the counter-regulatory hormones.--from container.