Author: Kristina Neu
Course Summary
The health care professional will likely care for clients with either Type I or Type II diabetes during the course of a career. When the client’s blood glucose is not controlled, serious short-term and long-term complications are possible. In order to maintain normal blood sugar levels and avoid complications, diabetic clients must follow a special diet, watch their weight, and try to stay active. For some diabetic clients, oral or injectable medications are required to maintain normal blood glucose levels, and those diagnosed with Type I diabetes must take daily injections of insulin.
After completing this inservice, the learner will be able to:
  • Explain the difference between Type I and Type II diabetes
  • Identify signs and symptoms of high blood sugar in a Type II diabetic
  • Describe the signs and symptoms of low blood sugar
Course Syllabus
  • Introduction
  • Type I and Type II Diabetes
  • Glucose And Insulin
  • Causes Of Type I and Type II Diabetes
  • Diagnosis Of Diabetes
  • Medications For Diabetes
  • Hypoglycemia And Hyperglycemia
  • Basic Care Of The Diabetic Client
  • Meals, Nutrition and Hydration
  • Monitoring For Complications Of Diabetes
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