Diabetes Mellitus – History, Causes,Types and Treatment

Diabetes Mellitus – History, Causes,Types and Treatment

Diabetes Mellitus –Several hematological abnormalities have been defined in patients with diabetes mellitus, despite the lack of classic hematology pathologic findings in this condition (Narayan KM, et al, 2003). Studies of the erythrocyte and the formation of hemoglobin A1C have provided a means of documenting glycemia and a model reaction for diabetic sequelae. [Read more…]

Influence Between Compliance to Therapy and Psychological Burden of Diabetes Mellitus among Patients

 Influence Between Compliance to Therapy and Psychological Burden of Diabetes Mellitus among Patients

Behavioural changes and adherence to therapeutic regimes are essential for improving the prognosis of chronic illness. Generally, chronic conditions can be defined as illness or diseases that have a prolonged course that do not resolve spontaneously, and for which complete cures are rare. (Makenna, Taylor, Marks, 1998). The specific condition may be as a result of illness, genetic factors, or injury. It may be a consequence of conditions or unhealthy behaviours that began during childhood or young adulthood. [Read more…]