DIABETIC TERMS
PREVENTION
RISK FACTORS
COMPLICATIONS
TREATMENT
100
WHAT IS THE HORMONE INVOLVED WITH DIABETES
INSULIN
100
WHAT ARE THE TWO TYPES OF DIABETIC PREVENTIONS
PRIMARY AND SECONDARY
100
What is the type of diabetes that genetic and environmental factors trigger
TYPE I
100
What is True or False: Diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease, kidney failure, blindness, and nerve damage
TRUE
100
What is the requirement for diabetes control
BALANCE OF DIET, EXERCISE, MEDICATION
200
WHAT IS THE ORGAN INVOLVED WITH DIABETES
PANCREAS
200
WHAT IS THE TYPE OF DIABETES THAT WIEGHT CONROL AND INCREASED PHYSICAL ACTIVITY HELP PREVENT
TYPE 2
200
What is True or False: Inactive individuals are at greater risk for type 2 diabetes
TRUE
200
What is the type of complication that includes hypoglycemia, ketoacidosis, bacterial/fungal infections, and lactic acidosis
SHORT-TERM
200
What is the hormone injection that type 1 diabetics require
INSULIN
300
WHAT IS THE CURRENT TERM FOR WHAT WAS FORMERLY KNOWN AS ADULT ONSELT DIABETES
TYPE 2 DIABETES
300
What is the time frame recommended for daily physical activity?
30 minutes
300
What is the type of diabetes obesity increases the risk for
TYPE 2
300
What is the type of complication that includes eye disease (retinopathy), kidney disease (nephropathy), nerve disease (neuropathy), circulatory disease (cardiovascular), amputation
LONG-TERM
300
What is True or False: There is no cure for diabetes
TRUE
400
WHAT IS THE TERM FOR HIGH BLOOD SUGAR
HYPERGLYCEMIA
400
What is an example of a well-portioned meal?
chicken (protein), brown rice (grain), broccoli (vegetable), yogurt (calcium), mango (fruit)
400
What is the magic age that makes an individual at risk for type 2 diabetes
40
400
What are common heart problems diabetics are at risk for
STROKE (HEART ATTACK) AND HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE
400
What is the ABCs of diabetes control
HBA1C, BLOOD PRESSURE, HEALTHY CHOLESTEROL LEVELS
500
WHAT ARE THE OTHER NAMES FOR TYPE I DIABETES
INSULIN-DEPENDENT, IMMUNE MEDIATED, AND JUVENILE ONSET DIABETES
500
What is the recommended daily portion of grains, vegetables, fruits, calcium, and protein.
6 oz of grains, 2 1/2 cups of vegetables, 2 cups of fruit, 3 cups of calcium rich foods, and 5 1/2 cups of protein daily.
500
What is a healthy person’s blood sugar usually between
70-110 mg/dL
500
What is the short-term complication that rapid intake of sugar corrects
HYPOGLYCEMIA
500
What is the type of drug used for type 2 diabetes to lower blood sugar
ORAL HYPOGLYCEMICS
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