Type 1 diabetes (Tests ( Insulin vitamin D iron indices Foot Care…
Type 1 diabetes
Foot Care Service
2 D Echo
Blood Urea Nitrogen ( BUN )
Glucose Fasting & Post Prandial
(Fasting and 2-Hour Plasma Glucose)
Electro Cardio Gram (ECG)
Consultation with Carpio-Diabetologist
lipid profile - wrong fats
mri for fat understanding
Glycosylated Hemoglobin (Hb A1C)
T3, T4, Tsh, Anti TPO bodies, Free T3 ,T4
artificial pancreas therapy - veins - insulin
glycemic index foods - ketegen diet, chia seeds, quinoi snacks
Lipid Profile - Total Cholesterol, LDL, VLDL,HDL, Triglycrides,
Omega 3/Omega 6 Apolipo protein A, Apolipo protein B, Lipo NMR
Vitamin D3, Vitamin B12, Serum Homocysteine, serum creatinine
HIGH BLOOD SUGAR
Being very thirsty
Feeling tired all the time
Having blurry eyesight
Feeling numbness or tingling in your feet
Losing weight without trying
LOW BLOOD SUGAR (hypoglycemia)
Double vision or blurry vision
Fast or pounding heartbeat
Feeling cranky or acting aggressive
Shaking or trembling
Tingling or numbness of the skin
Tiredness or weakness
Low blood sugar is common in people with diabetes who are taking insulin or other medicines to control their diabetes.
Babies born to mothers with diabetes may have severe drops in blood sugar.
In people who do not have diabetes, low blood sugar may be caused by:
Insulinoma - a rare tumor in the pancreas that produces too much insulin
Lack of a hormone, such as cortisol or thyroid hormone
1.Treatment can include drinking juice or eating food or glucose tablets.
2.to give yourself a shot of glucagon. This is a medicine that raises blood sugar.
If low blood sugar is caused by an insulinoma (insulin-releasing tumor), surgery to remove the tumor will be recommended.
By testing your blood sugar level, you can learn which foods and activities raise or lower your blood sugar level the most. This helps you adjust your insulin doses to specific meals or activities to prevent blood sugar from becoming too high or too low.
Juvenile onset diabetes