Pathophysiology 370: In people with diabetes mellitus type 1

Pathophysiology 370: In people with diabetes mellitus type 1, explain the reason for ketoacidosis and ketonuria. Compare the effects of hypocalcemia on cardiac and skeletal muscle, and explain the rationale for each. Explain the function of vitamin D and the possible effects of a deficit of this vitamin.

Pathophysiology 370: In people with diabetes mellitus type 1

Week 4 Assignment
After reading the assigned chapters in your textbook, answer the questions listed below. Further, Please do not copy and paste your answers from the text or the internet. You may type the answers, but be sure that they are in your own words so that you can demonstrate that you understand the information and could teach it to your patient, when needed. Lastly, Please use complete sentences, proper grammar, and appropriate citations, if needed.

1)      In people with diabetes mellitus type 1, explain the reason for ketoacidosis and ketonuria.

2)      Compare the effects of hypocalcemia on cardiac and skeletal muscle, and explain the rationale for each.

3)      Furthermore, Explain the function of vitamin D and the possible effects of a deficit of this vitamin.

4)      List several factors that would predispose a pregnant woman with diabetes to cystitis.

5)      Moreover, Explain how decreased fluid intake or dehydration predisposes to calculi in the urinary tract.

6)      Why is there an increased risk of drug toxicity in the later stages of renal failure?

7)      List the factors predisposing patients to testicular cancer.

8)      Differentiate the following terms from one another: dysmenorrhea, premenstrual syndrome, and menorrhagia.

9)      Compare the early manifestations of chlamydial infection, syphilis, and genital herpes.

10)  Explain why genital herpes tends to recur.

Also, Why does my herpes keep coming back?
Herpes outbreaks can keep coming back rather unexpectedly. This is because the herpes virus takes up permanent residence in nerve roots, and can never truly be eliminated (7). Additionally, Genital herpes outbreaks that occur after the primary infection are called recurrent infections (1).

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