The main symptoms of diabetes can include an increased thirst, frequent urination and an increased appetite. There are many additional, subtle symptoms, too, and as a health care worker, you need to be able to identify them. You may well be in the position of caring for someone who shows them at some time in your career. When you know what signs to look for and how to deal with an emergency situation, you’ll be able to offer the best care for an individual with diabetes with confidence and skill. Course content
- The meaning of the term diabetes
- Risk factors
- Diabetic health
- How to respond in a diabetic emergency
- Links between diabetes and other health conditions.
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