(PDF) Pathogenesis of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

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Table of ContentsABSTRACT....................................................................................................................................1INTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1MAIN BODY...................................................................................................................................2CONCLUSION...............................................................................................................................4REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................6
ABSTRACTIncreasing Diabetes patient especially of type II, has become one of the concerninghealth issue in front of Health-care Departments of UK and entire world. It mainlycauses due to excessive weight of an individual, family history and poor lifestyles. Thiswould arise threat for long-term life-expectancy due to severe complications like heartattack, stroke and more. Therefore, prevention of Type 2 diabetes and promoting self-care management becomes a key area for health promoters, where more work needs tobe done in order to meet the standards. For this purpose, a number of educationalprograms like Diabetes self-management education programmes has been run in UK,that includes the pattern describes in the National Service Framework model. Thisstrategy has moved up the agenda for reducing diabetic patients rate, by setting thetargeted interventions to reduce the Type 2 diabetes in future and its threat onindividuals, their families and the NHS. For execution of such educational andprevention programs, nursing team which includes a group of medical professionals andnurses, contributes the major role, to provide guidance and care of diabetic patients. Butstill due to less participation of people, in England and other areas of UK, expectedresult of running such programs are not still obtained. So, it is recommended to NHSand other organisations that deal in same sector, to work as multi-disciplinary team, witha comprehensive and effective care plan, to deliver expected result.INTRODUCTIONPublic health defines as the art of promoting health and protecting wellbeing ofpeople, by preventing them from illness. Through the efforts of health organisation andefforts of society, it becomes possible to prevent people from prolonged disease(Sierraand et. al., 2018). Hereby, health equality refers to a key element of social justice,where collaboration of government, society and health agencies organisation help indeveloping health policies. This would improve the health of public regardless ofethnicity, social class, income and gender, by promoting healthier lifestyles. There aretwo types of diabetes predominantly seen that are type 1 and type 2 diabetes(Muzhikovand et. al., 2018). Type 1 occurs when body of an individual does not produce any1
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