For a long time without generating specific symptoms, diabetes can be diagnosed relatively late. Even if there are some indications that things are not in order, the affected person and family do not cover as soon as they can be. After that, a family member diagnosed with diabetes is perceived as a disaster. At the same time, cases of transplantation of diabetes for doctors and specialists are regular. Patient and family support is needed to address this conflict.
Diabetes is a chronic condition of relaxation, which causes many complications if it is not properly cared for. The disease can occur at any age: children, young people, over 40 years of age, future mothers with gestational diabetes. These differences also have a different effect on how victims survive. Most dietary glycemic testing, timely drug administration and proper injection of insulin are part of daily routine.
"Diabetic specialists are those who not only determine the treatment but also help with the advent of a lifestyle that will continue to control the disease. A person with type 2 diabetes, after diagnosis, includes a rigorous diabetes treatment program. A therapeutic education supported by diabetes is essential. , providing information on diet, physical activity, glycemic monitoring, information and education on the use of glycemic monitoring devices and therapy injecting devices. At the same time, all information received from a diabetes physician for additional studies, biological balance, cardiological, neurological, ophthalmic, thoracic foot examination includes the first screening of a diabetic patient for the first time, "says Dr. John Gabriele Cretean Diabetes, Head of Nutrition and Metabolic Diseases at St John's New Emergency District Hospital in Suceava.
On the other hand, family and friends play an important role in creating and maintaining an appropriate lifestyle over time. From a healthy, healthy meal that does not exclude a diabetic patient from the table to create physical activities that they can do together, there are many ways you can have your loved ones.
All interested diabetes specialists from the St. John's New Suceava Emergency Hospital Diabetes Center together with the Federation of Diabetes Associations in Romania are organizing Monday, November 12, 2018 examining the level of free glucose in a hospital medicine, as well as risk assessment and specialist advice on healthy diet or proper management of diabetes mellitus.