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Diabetes is a complex and chronic disease. Patients with diabetes may suffer complications such as microvascular and macrovascular diseases [1]. In 2018, the prevalence of diabetes was estimated to affect 34.2 million people, or 10.5% of the US population [2]. About 1 in 10 adults in Georgia has diabetes, a health condition that can be prevented with weight loss and lifestyle changes [3]. In 2018, diabetes-related emergencies accounted for 17 million emergency room visits, with 248,000 for hyperglycemia and 242,000 for hypoglycemia [4]. The purpose of this study was to implement a personalized, clinic-based diabetes management program with healthy lifestyles, reduce hemoglobin A1c, and prevent diabetic complications.

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USA College of Nursing, DNP project, poster, type-2 diabetes


Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing

Diabetes Type 2 Management

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