Address all of the items below


  1. Description of both types of Diabetes as explained to patients by nursing staff (so they will understand limit 100 words per type I and type Il).
  2. Describe the role of the RN in diabetic education (supported with nursing journal (no online webpage)


  1. What prevention strategies should be taught to the patient to reduce the risk of type Il Diabetes? Monitoring
  2. What are the key points which should be described to patients in teaching them about self-monitoring of glucose for day to day living, during illness and during activity (support with nursing journal) Medications
  3. Describe the different insulin’s. Discuss whether available by pen or vial, how to be stored and administered, onset, peak, duration, and recommended treatment regimen.
  4. Finally discuss the problems associated with insulin therapy which include hypoglycemia, allergic reactions, lipodystrophy, and the Somogyi effect and Dawn Phenomenon (when should glucose levels be checked).

Oral Agents

  1. discuss one drug from each of the following categories Dipeptidyl Peptidase4 (DPP-4) Inhibitors , Thiazolidinediones, u-Glucosidase Inhibitors, Meglitinides, Sulfonylureas, and Biguanide, discuss its mechanism of action, which type of DM it is commonly used to treat and side effects.


  1. Acute complications, discuss the acute complications of hypoglycemia, DKA, and HHS, what are manifestations, what are the causes, interventions for each.
  2. What are the Macro & Micro Vascular complications that can happen to Diabetics, what are the screening options to prevent these from occurring?

Life styles

  1. What role does diet, activity and exercise play in the management of diabetes?
  2. How does alcohol consumption affect the diabetic patient?
  3. What ways can nurses teach diabetic patients to manage their stress?

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