Diabetes is a serious condition that is not curable, it's important that you learn as much as you can about the disease and work with your diabetes management team to manage the disease and get the support you need to stay strong. You can live an active, full life with diabetes, but you must be motivated and willing to manage it diligently and correctly. Failure to manage your diabetes can lead to disease-related complications such as problems with your eyes, kidneys or nerves, or heart attacks, strokes and amputations. These complications are permanent and irreversible, but with proper diabetes management, you may be able to limit these complications or prevent them altogether. The video below offers important points about insulin, diet and exercise and life management. http://www.southnassau.org/news/diabetes.cfm
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Diabetes and You explains the basics of diabetes care and education and insulin preparation for those who are newly diagnosed with Type 1 or Type 2 diabetes
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Know more about Management of Diabetes, Management of Kidney related disorders and Diet in Diabetes, by experts in the respective fields from Hinduja Hospital. Presenters: Dr. Manoj Chadha, Consultant Endocrinologist Ms. Tanvi Dodecha, Dietician ( the video is taken during Hinduja Hospital's Public Education Series : Diabetes Management Education Program)
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Know what our experts have to say about Management of Kidney related disorders in Diabetes. Presenter: Dr. Jatin Kothari, Consultant Nephrologist & Transplant Physician Coordinator: Dr. Manoj Chadha, Consultant Endocrinologist ( the video is a part of our Public Education Series: Diabetes Education Program.)
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To Purchase the FULL DVD, please go to: http://www.heatinc.ca/diabetes-introduction/ OVERVIEW: This patient education program explains the treatment of diabetes and its complications. The program begins with an introduction to diabetes, and then discusses the pathophysiology of diabetes, its signs and symptoms, treatment options, controlling diabetes, hyperglycemia, and hypoglycemia. The program extensively discusses the reasonable complications of diabetes and ends with a material covered. Product Information 12:20 | 2010 For More info on the full DVD, please contact : HEAT INC 416 538 9898 email@example.com
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DESMOND is a name that crops up frequently in the world of diabetes. Sometimes it's associated with myths and misconceptions. So, to put the record straight, who are we? And what do we actually do? What is DESMOND DESMOND is the name of a 'family' of patient education programmes and related Educator training, which have been developed by a collaborative of NHS organisations, and which have a co-ordinating centre hosted by University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust. NHS Organisation So DESMOND is first and foremost an NHS organisation which supports other NHS organisations to deliver first class patient education to people with Type 2 diabetes, or who are at risk of diabetes. We are very proud of the way in which our team, originally a research initiative, has become well-established and successful in helping to improve the care which people with diabetes can expect to receive from our National Health Service. DESMOND National Office T: +44 0116 258 5881 F: +44 0116 2586165 E: firstname.lastname@example.org - Website Administrator
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This 13-minute multimedia module for clinicians reviews various types of evidence-based Diabetes Self-Management Education (DSME) programs available for the Medicare beneficiary. Downloadable MP4, transcript, and additional resources & information available at http://www.homehealthquality.org/Education/Best-Practices/Files/Disease-Management-Diabetes
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This video is only a simulated example of a diabetes education, not all educations will be the same. A diabetes education will vary depending on the patient, their medical history, nutritional needs, education level, socioeconomic status, as well as a variety of other factors.
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The West Toronto Diabetes Education Program (WTDEP) is a comprehensive Diabetes Education Program that has been in operation since 2002. It is funded by the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. With its dedication and commitment towards healthy community living we have Nurse Educators and Registered Dietitians at the following locations: 365 Evans Avenue, Ste 201 Access Alliance CHC (340 College Street) Access Alliance West (761 Jane Street, Ste 200B) Four Villages CHC (1700 Bloor St. West) Four Villages CHC (3446 Dundas St. West) Stonegate CHC (150 Berry Road) East Mississauga CHC (2555 Dixie Road) The main goal of the program is to improve the quality of life of clients living with type 2 Diabetes, or those at risk of developing Type 2 Diabetes. We offer a variety of FREE programs designed to encourage physical activity, and to educate clients and community members on how to manage their diabetic condition. You do not need a doctors referral to attend our program. Each class is faciliated by qualified instructor. Some of the activities occur at LAMP CHC, while others occur at various facilities throughout South Etobicoke and at our Partner sites. For more information about The West Toronto Diabetes Education Program please visit: http://www.lampchc.org/diabetes or Call: 416.252.1928
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This video content is not intended for US/Canadian audiences. Merck Capacity Advancement Program-Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in Portuguese
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Saskatchewan Polytechnic's Diabetes Education for Health Care Providers is specially designed for special care/home-care aides, community health representatives, community health educators, continuing care assistants, licensed or graduate practical nurses and primary care paramedics working in healthcare settings. Find out more at https://saskpolytech.ca/programs-and-courses/programs/Diabetes-Education-for-Health-Care-Providers.aspx Want to stay in the loop? Follow us on: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/saskpolytech Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/saskpolytech Twitter: https://twitter.com/saskpolytech Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/saskpolytech LinkedIn: https://ca.linkedin.com/school/saskpolytech
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http://www.PreOp.com Diabetes Patient Education This program will demonstrate injecting insulin. The goal is to inject the insulin into the subcutaneous tissue between the top layer of the skin, the dermis and the underlying muscle layer. The only concentration of insulin available in the United States is 100 units per milliliter. A milliliter is equal to a cubic centimeter. All insulin syringes are graduated to match this concentration. Insulin syringes are available in various volumes, for example: 3/10 cc, which would hold a maximum dose of 30 units, 1/2 cc to hold a maximum dose of 50 units and 1 cc to hold a maximum dose of 100 units. Some insulins are cloudy suspensions. To ensure uniform dispersion of the insulin in the cloudy suspension, roll the vial gently between your hands. Avoid vigorous shaking, which will produce air bubbles or foam and interfere with obtaining the accurate dose. Wipe off the top of the bottle with an alcohol swab. Discard the swab. Pick up the syringe and remove the needle cap. With the syringe held upright, pull the plunger back until the end of the plunger is at the mark of your dose, which in this example is 20 units. There is now air in the syringe. Check the insulin bottle to ensure you have the correct type of insulin. With the insulin bottle held firmly on a counter or tabletop, insert the needle through the rubber cap into the bottle. Diabetes Patient Education Push the plunger down so that the air goes from the syringe into the bottle. Turn the bottle upside down so that the air in it is at the top. With the tip of the needle kept in the liquid, pull the plunger back to your dose. If any air bubbles are in the syringe, push the plunger back in and draw up the dose again. Remove the syringe and needle from the bottle. Do not let the needle touch anything else until it touches your skin for the injection. Wipe the skin of the chosen injection site with an alcohol swab and let the skin dry. Pinch up the skin and put the needle fully through the skin at an 80 to 90 degree angle and push the plunger down completely. Discard the syringe and attached needle into a puncture-proof container and replace the container's screw cap. Diabetes Patient Education Instead of a puncture-proof container you can purchase a special "Sharps" container with a hinged lid to store your used syringes and needles. * When your storage or "Sharps" container is 3/4 full, dispose of it according to the policies of your local authorities. The recommended sites for insulin injections are shown. Change the place of each injection by moving a couple of inches from the previous site. By doing this, you can stay in one general area for several days. Diabetes Patient Education
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Juliet Simone, MPH, MBA, national health and program director of the Oasis Institute, explains that the diabetes education benefit is underutilized by patients with Medicare. Learn about a high-quality, evidence-based diabetes program offered by Oasis that can benefit patients looking to manage their diabetes. The program is taught by trained lay leaders in small group settings in the community.
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Merck Capacity Advancement Program. Merck Africa Diabetes Day - Every Day is Diabetes Day. SUBSCRIBE here and watch my visits to Africa and our efforts to change the world : https://goo.gl/1mNsBt
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Goa government has re-launched the ‘Changing Diabetes Barometer’ a complete diabetes programme to control rising diabetes patients in the state. The programme includes free insulin for all Goans suffering from diabetes. With the help of anganwadi and ANM workers, health department carry out awareness about diabetes. Government has re-lunched the programme in association with Novo Nordisk Education foundation. PRUDENT MEDIA GOA | Most Popular Goa News Channel Check out latest news on Goa, Politics, Business, Cricket, Technology, Automobile, Lifestyle & Health and Travel. #Goa_news_channel #konkani_news #Konkani_Goa_News_Live_Today Subscribe on youtube ► https://goo.gl/taiJmn More on https://www.prudentmedia.in
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This video content is not intended for US/Canadian audiences. Merck Capacity Advancement Program-Diabetes Detection & Prevention Patient Education in French
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Diabetes can strike anyone, from any walk of life. And it does in numbers that are dramatically increasing.Learn about Diabetes with Dr.Anil Gomber in this Health Video. For consultant with Dr.Anil Gomber contact- F-2,Vijay Nagar, GTB Nagar, Delhi-110009,Ph.no-011-27226269,27221428, email - email@example.com Note : This video is to just understand about the diabetes and its development. You are request to consult your doctor before following anything given in the video.
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A growing global epidemic of diabetes reflects a current incidence of 246 million people worldwide -- this is expected to affect 380 million by 2025. Every 10 seconds a person dies from diabetes-related causes, every 10 seconds two people develop diabetes. In Australia diabetes is the fastest growing chronic disease and ranks as the 6th most common cause of death. Type 2 diabetes is associated with reduced life expectancy and significant morbidity due to increased risk of microvascular and macrovascular complications which in turn impact on quality of life. Reduction of possible co-morbid conditions has been shown to be related to effective glycaemic control. Lifestyle modification and therapeutic interventions play a large role in improving blood glucose control in people with type 2 diabetes. Integral to this is effective patient education. All people with type 2 diabetes should be referred for structured diabetes patient education and cost effective strategies sought to implement this in a culturally appropriate manner. This program in a four part series on the new type 2 diabetes Guidelines, looks at two evidence based guidelines; Patient Education in Type 2 Diabetes and Blood Glucose Control in Type 2 Diabetes. The program discusses practice points and changes in goals for management related to these guidelines. Produced by the Rural Health Education Foundation http://www.rhef.com.au/
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http://www.tc.columbia.edu/diabetes/ Diabetes Education and Management at Teachers College, Columbia University The Diabetes Education and Management Program offers an interdisciplinary 36-credit Master of Science degree — solely online. We equip clinicians and care managers with a greater understanding of how diabetes develops and evolves across different populations; how to help patients live well with their illness; how to develop, implement, and evaluate diabetes self-care management programs; and how to conduct advocacy at the national, state, and local levels. The program is offered entirely online. Program requirements include coursework and a culminating project in which students will demonstrate their integration of the content they have learned. In addition to courses with content specific to diabetes, the program includes courses currently offered through the Health Education, Nutrition Education, Nursing Education, Exercise Science, Human Development, and Adult Learning and Leadership programs of Teachers College.
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Diabetes can mean double trouble for your feet. First, diabetes can reduce blood flow to your feet, depriving your feet of oxygen and nutrients. This makes it more difficult for blisters, sores, and cuts to heal. And second, the diabetic nerve damage called peripheral neuropathy can cause numbness in your feet. When you can't feel cuts and blisters, you're more likely to get sores and infections. Watch this video to get tips on Foot Care for Diabetic patient. Careworldtv Channel is the #1 destination for Fitness & Lifestyle content on YouTube. Careworldtv helps you become a better you with how-to videos covering everything from exercise, diet, and healthy living to style, makeup, and fashion tips. Stay tuned to watch more How to, Beauty, Health & Lifestyle videos . Subscribe - http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=careworldtv Watch more amazing videos from careworldtv; Beauty Tips - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbIY4IOdnjuUBOtWqMivehu1 Lifestyle Tips - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbIIyJko3mZcMrInwXDb7Xr6 Infertility Issues - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbLPPbL2WxGLsK0F6crsDmTN Health Plus - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbKQG9OYRq0-4WtIJMCpjqwA Kya Karu Mai ABB - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbKffKelWm5Z7_y81D-SJLYu Fashion Tips by Gorgeous You - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbLQN60z7hUxhfmFyHk4Wxhx Healthy Recipes - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbK_KUiNi1MCFka1xni6A1bz Fitness Expert - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbK3-tsJfgX4cUnJ6nKAirqB Wedding and bridal beauty tips - https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUG4hbjc2bbINDauWM-fUaXtBBCYFYFii
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Dr Ajay Rote - Diab Mob: 8888844586 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org United Cigma Hospital Aurangabad What all types of diabetes have in common is that they cause people to have too much glucose (sugar) in their blood. But we all need some glucose. It’s what gives us our energy. We get glucose when our bodies break down the carbohydrates that we eat or drink. And that glucose is released into our blood. We also need a hormone called insulin. It’s made by our pancreas, and it’s insulin that allows the glucose in our blood to enter our cells and fuel our bodies. If you don’t have diabetes, your pancreas senses when glucose has entered your bloodstream and releases the right amount of insulin, so the glucose can get into your cells. But if you have diabetes, this system doesn’t work. Type 1 and Type 2 When you’ve got Type 1 diabetes, you can’t make any insulin at all. If you’ve got Type 2 diabetes, it’s a bit different. The insulin you make either can’t work effectively, or you can’t produce enough of it. In both types of diabetes, because glucose can’t get into your cells, it begins to build up in your blood. And too much glucose in your blood causes a lot of different problems. To begin with it leads to diabetes symptoms, like having to wee a lot, being incredibly thirsty, and feeling very tired. You may also lose weight, get infections like thrush or suffer from slow healing wounds. Complications Over a long period of time, high glucose levels in your blood can seriously damage your heart, your eyes, your feet and your kidneys. These are known as the complications of diabetes. But with the right treatment and care, people can live a healthy life. And there's much less risk that someone will experience these complications. The aim of Medical Information Clear videos is to create a public awareness of various diseases. In our channel, we provide information about various diseases, and it's Causes, symptoms, how to overcome from it are clearly explained by our beloved doctors in their native languages. We choose doctors based on their field of expertise and reputation. If any doctors wish to join in our channel, Please contact us through below mail id Email : email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Video By Medical Information Clear ( Nvron Life Science Limited ) www.nvronlifescience.com
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Marie Simpson, RN, BSN diabetes educator discusses diabetes and the American Diabetes Association accredited Diabetes Self-Management Education program only at CHRISTUS Cabrini Hospital.
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http://www.PreOp.com Diabetes Patient Education Monitoring and tightly controlling your blood sugar level can significantly reduce the risk of complications due to diabetes and provide you with a higher quality of life. Knowledge of your blood sugar levels at different times of the day is an essential input into your diabetes care plan and allows you and your medical team to work out and modify your plan for medication, diet and exercise. The heart of the system to monitor your blood sugar is the blood glucose meter and the automatic lancing device used to obtain your blood sample. There are many types of glucose meters with varying degrees of sophistication and abilities to store test results. Your doctor or nurse will recommend the type best for you. You will need to be familiar with the manufacturer's instructions for each unit. This program will provide you with general guidelines that apply to all units. The equipment you will need to assemble includes: * the glucose testing meter, * a packet of test strips, * an automatic lancing device, * and facial tissue. Diabetes Patient Education The meter will have a display with blood sugar readings are shown, an on/off power button and a slot into which the Test Strips are inserted. In the back of the meter will be a compartment for batteries. The Automatic Lancing Device has three components: the body with a release button, lancet holder and cocking device, the removable end cap and a separate short lancet. The first step is to code the meter to match or calibrate the meter to the reactivity of the Test Strip. This is done by following the manufacturer's instructions and matching a number on the meter's display to a number on the Code Strip or on the test strip package. Coding is done: * whenever a new package of Test Strips is opened * and daily to ensure the meter is coded correctly. Diabetes Patient Education In addition, a control test can be run: * if you need to check that the whole system of the meter and the test strip is working correctly * and to practice your good meter techniques. * Follow the manufacturer's instructions, which usually involves testing a control solution of sugar that is provided with the meter. Wash your hands vigorously with soap and warm water. Rinse and dry thoroughly with a paper towel. Remove the Test Strip from its individual package. With the meter off, insert the correct end of the test strip into the test slot of the meter, according to the manufacturer's instructions. This usually turns the meter on. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device. Insert a short lancet into the lancet holder according to the manufacturer's instructions. Twist off the protective cap and save it for the disposal of the used lancet. Replace the end-cap. The depth of the puncture depends on the end-cap used. Re-cock the lancing device. Choose your puncture site. The sides of the end segment of the finger are the best sites. Stroke down the finger to push blood toward the puncture site. Place the end-cap firmly against the chosen puncture site on the side of the fingertip. The more pressure you use, the deeper the puncture. Push the lancet release button without moving your finger or the device.Diabetes Patient Education After the puncture, remove the lancing device. If a drop of blood does not form on its own, stroke down the finger toward the puncture site without going as far as the site itself. Hold the tip of the test strip in the drop of blood until the meter tells you the test strip is filled, usually by beeping. Remove the test strip from the blood. Put the device and the strip aside until the reading is complete. Wipe the puncture site with a clean, dry facial tissue and use the tissue to hold pressure on the puncture site until the bleeding stops. Remove the end-cap from the lancing device and remove the used lancet. Replace the used lancet back into the protective cap by pushing it into the open end of the cap which is placed on a firm, flat surface like a counter top. Once the blood sugar reading on the meter is complete, use the tissue to grasp the test strip and pull it out of the meter. This usually turns the meter off. Discard the lancet in its protective cover and the used strip into a glass or puncture-proof container with a screw top or a "Sharps" Container purchased from your local pharmacy. Replace the cap on the container. When the container is full, cap it and discard it into the trash. * Clean the lancing device weekly according to the manufacturer's instructions. * Only use a lancet once. * Do not use the same end-cap on another person. * Teach another person to use the whole system so that you have a backup when you need assistance. Diabetes Patient Education
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Did you know that the Medicare benefit for diabetes education is only utilized in the United States at 1.5%! This is shocking. Many of you have Diabetes Self Management Education (DSME/T) Programs and want to know how to keep them growing and thriving to help your patients and prevent them from being cut. This one hour webinar will get you up to date in preparing for accreditation or recognition as a DMSE/T program; enhance your knowledge of reimbursement for DSME/T and MNT; and learn about opportunities to expand your services and receive reimbursement for DSME/T programs. Presented by Michelle Hoppman, RD, LRD, CDE & Allison Ferguson, RD, CNSC
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Through a grant from the Hampton Roads Community Foundation, the Chesapeake Care Clinic is helping more than 200 low-income Chesapeake residents manage their diabetes. One participant shares how she’s successfully learning to control the disease.
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Get Real! You Don't Have to Knock Yourself Out to Prevent Diabetes. This PSA was produced by the National Diabetes Education Program (NDEP). https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/communication-programs/ndep
The Diabetes Self-Management Education Program is housed under the Health Scholars Program and operates through the Lestonnac Free Clinic, a UC Irvine Outreach Clinic located in Orange, CA providing counseling, guidance and education for patients in the management of their diabetes. I do not own the rights to the music featured in this video.
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The staff at Loyola's diabetes education program helps patients take control of their diabetes. Our team is made up of certified diabetes educators, including nurses, dietitians and endocrinologists. We offer specialized education and training for patients with Type 1 diabetes, Type 2 diabetes or gestational diabetes.To schedule an appointment, please call (708) 216-8563.
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