Dissertations on Diabetes

Diabetes is a metabolic disorder that results in an abnormally high blood glucose level. Blood glucose levels are controlled by insulin produced by the pancreas. In diabetics, the pancreas either doesn’t produce enough (or any) insulin, or the body does not respond sufficiently to the insulin that the pancreas produces.

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Latest Diabetes Dissertations

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Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults Patient Case Study
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Introduction: The purpose of this case study is to critically explore the issues related to the assessment, intervention and management of a patient with complex diabetes.... Last modified: 17th Aug 2021

Dissertation on Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy in Wound Healing
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Introduction: Studies were reviewed to analyse the physiological and therapeutic effects of hyperbaric oxygen therapy as an adjunctive treatment in the management of cutaneous wounds.... Last modified: 20th Apr 2021

Dissertation on Coronary Heart Disease in Diabetics
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Introduction: This dissertation will focus on diabetes mellitus and different drug eluting stents as well as their superiority when compared to one another.... Last modified: 15th Apr 2021

Aetiology of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus
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Introduction: Abstract Gestational Diabetes is a condition present in the later stages of pregnancy where the mother has insulin resistance leading to glucose intolerance. The aetiology of Gestational Diabetes Mell... Last modified: 11th Dec 2019

Relationship Between Periodontal Disease and Diabetes – a Review Analysis
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Introduction: Periodontal disease (PD) is the most common oral disease for many adults. Its effect range from gum inflammation to serious damage to the soft tissue and bone that supports the teeth, which makes it both a prevalence and severe health problem.... Last modified: 11th Dec 2019