Management strategies Ideally, the initial management of NIDDM should be based on dietary therapy combined with increased physical activity, if possible. However, pharmacologic therapy (oral hypóglycaemic drugs or insulin) may be considered in the presence of marked hyperglycaemia.
Nursing home staff are well aware of the increasing number of residents who experience diabetes mellitus. These residents consume an inordinate amount of resources and often have major disabilities and co-morbidities. Although nonpharmacological therapies, such as consistent carbohydrate intake and …
Decrease or possibly prevent the development of diabetes-related health problems. You hold the keys to managing your diabetes by: Planning what you eat and following a balanced meal plan. Exercising regularly. Taking medication, if prescribed, and closely following the guidelines on …
· Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Primary Care (2017) The guideline describes the critical decision points in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and provides clear and comprehensive evidence based recommendations incorporating current information and practices for practitioners throughout the DoD and VA Health Care systems.
Diabetes mellitus can be well managed with insulin therapy, an appropriate diet and cooperation from the owner. Selection of a specific diet (Table 1) should be based on individual requirements. A full reference list is available on request
Dietary management of diabetes mellitus Studies have shown benefits to glycaemic control by feeding diabetic cats a low carbohydrate diet. These studies reported diabetic remission rates between 33 and 100 percent when using a combination of dietary management and insulin therapy (Roomp et al ., 2009; Marshall et al. , 2009; Roomp and Rand, 2012).
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· Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a common endocrinopathy in cats that appears to be increasing in prevalence. The prognosis for affected cats can be good when the disease is well managed, but clinical management presents challenges, both for the veterinary team and for the owner.