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Diabetes Mellitus

Return to The Medical Biochemistry Page Diabetes is any disorder characterized by excessive urine excretion. The most common form of diabetes is diabetes mellitus, a metabolic disorder in which there is an inability to oxidize carbohydrate due to disturbances in insulin function. Diabetes mellitus is characterized by elevated glucose in the plasma and episodic ketoacidosis. Additional symptoms of diabetes mellitus include excessive thirst, glucosuria, polyuria, lipemia and hunger. If left untreated the disease can lead to fatal ketoacidosis. Other forms of diabetes include diabetes insipidus and brittle diabetes. Diabetes insipidus is the result of a deficiency of antidiuretic hormone (ADH, also referred to as vasopressin or arginine vasopressin, AVP). The major symptom of diabetes insipidus (excessive output of dilute urine) results from an inability of the kidneys to resorb water. Brittle diabetes is a form that is very difficult to control. It is characterized by unexplained oscillations between hypoglycemia and acidosis. Criteria, which clinically establish an individual as suffering from diabetes mellitus, include: 1. having a fasting plasma glucose level in excess of 126mg/dL Continue reading >>

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  1. TheCommuter

    You can post this question on this site's Nursing Student Assistance Forums and perhaps get an answer. One of our frequent users, Daytonite, loves to give detailed answers to these types of questions.
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  2. ICRN2008

    Here is the formula for anion gap:
    Agap = Na + K - Cl -CO2
    I would think that the doctor would be monitoring the glucose level (not the agap) to determine when to stop the insulin drip. Anyone else have an idea?

  3. P_RN

    One of our wonderful members Mark Hammerschmidt has a great FREE MICU site:
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    Check section 4.2
    It's all acidosis/alkalosis

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This is the very first of the medical terminology videos. Watch out for the root words, the suffixes, prefixes and combining forms. Watch the video and take the quiz on http://derickbillingandcoding.com

These Word Parts Provide The Basic Meanings For Medical Terms. They Can Be Used Alone Or Can Be Joined With A Prefix, A Suffix, Or Both.

Root Words – Medical Terminology Example 1: (A root word with no prefix or suffix.) The root word "plasma" means a semi-liquid form found in cells. Example 2:(A prefix and root word conjoined.) The prefix dys- means painful and root word "uria" means urine, together they form the medical term "dysuria" which mean "painful or difficult urination. Example 3: (A root word and suffix conjoined.) The root word dermat means skin, the suffix ology means the study of, together they form the medical term "dermatology" which means "to study the skin". Example 4:(A prefix, root word, and suffix conjoined.) The prefix leuko means white, the root word cyte means cell, and the suffix osis means a condition of. Together these word parts form the term "leukocytosis", which means "a condiotion of elevated white blood cells". · Root word: Acanth(o) Meaning: Spiny, thorny Example: acanthion - the tip of the anterior nasal spine · Root word: Actin(o) Meaning: Light Example: Actinotherapy - ultraviolet light therapy used in dermatology · Root word: Aer(o) Meaning: Air, gas Example: Aerosol - liquid or particulate matter dispersed in air, gas, or vapor form · Root word: Alge, algesi, Continue reading >>

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Cheyne-Stokes respiration (CSR) describes cyclic breathing in which apnea is followed by gradually increasing respiratory frequency and tidal volume (ie, hyperpnea), then gradually decreasing respiratory frequency and tidal volume until the next apneic period. It is considered a type of central sleep apnea syndrome. Mechanism Delay between changes in ventilation and detection of the resulting arterial tension of carbon dioxide (ie, PaCO2) by the central chemoreceptors maintains a cyclic pattern of respiration. Factors believed to contribute to this delay include prolonged lung to brain circulation time, reduced tissue and lung CO2 and O2 stores, and increased ventilatory drive. The increased ventilatory drive is due, at least in part, to loss of effective damping factors. In contrast to normal physiology, the lowest arterial oxygen saturation and highest PaCO2 occur near peak hyperpnea in CSR, suggesting that the level of PaCO2 at any given moment reflects the patient's stimulation to breathe and not the effectiveness of ventilation. Comorbidities Cheyne-Stokes respiration is commonly associated with cardiac disease; it can also accompany neurologic disease, sedation, normal sleep, acid-base disturbances, prematurity, and altitude acclimatization. In one study of 42 patients with stable heart failure, 45 percent of patients had more than 20 episodes of apneas or hypopneas per hour of sleep. Diagnosis The diagnostic evaluation of suspected sleep-disordered breathing is the same for patients with or without heart failure. An in-laboratory overnight polysomnogram is the gold standard diagnostic test. Management Management of CSR focuses on treatment of the underlying cause (eg, optimizing medical therapy of heart failure), but may also include nocturnal continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP), supplemental oxygen, or adaptive servoventilation (ASV) in selected patients.

Kussmaul Breathing, Cheyne-stokes Respiration & Biot's Respiration Terms

Technical Terms for Respiration There are several weird-sounding terms related to respiration that seem harder to understand than they really are. Actually, their definitions may vary just a bit depending on setting: academic or practical. These are Kussmaul's respiration, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, and Biot's (or Bee-oh's) respiration. It all sounds kind of technical and a bit out there, but, by the end of this lesson, you'll be a pro at explaining what these are. Kussmaul's Respiration There are different medical conditions that can affect the acid/base balance in your body, meaning your body can become more acidic or basic. When a person is acidotic, that is to say they are undergoing a pathological process (known as acidosis) that leads to acidemia, an abnormally low pH of the blood, they may experience Kussmaul's respiration. Kussmaul's respiration, as German physician Adolph Kussmaul himself described, is technically deep, slow, and labored breathing, which we now know is in response to severe acidemia stemming from metabolic acidosis. However, nowadays, it is sometimes used to describe rapid and shallow breathing patterns in cases of less severe acidemia as well. Why does th Continue reading >>

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    What am I doing wrong? I've been on induction for a week.. no loss yet, actually gained a pound. Eating what's on the list and being a good girl, ketosis sticks show light pink...HELP!

  2. BEARCLAW6

    I have never really done the induction, but I have lived at the low end of OWL for six months. The first two weeks I lost about 10 lbs (mostly water). After that, I have lost about 2.5 to 3 lbs per week until fairly recently. The last month or so I have been more like 1 lb per week. My guess is that the slow down in weightloss is a combination of subtle changes in my diet and the fact that all the 'easy' fat is already gone. Time to work on the difficult fat! I am not really in a hurry.
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    I am on Day 12 of Induction and I have lost 9.5 pounds :-) My BMI is 27.7. I am looking to lose another 30 pounds. I am thinking I am going to stay on Induction for at least another week to two weeks. I have tried Atkins in the past and always gave up.....this time I am loving it!! I haven't struggled at all!

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