Diabetes Mellitus Pharmacology Medications | NCLEX Nursing Lecture on Management Made Easy

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Diabetes mellitus NCLEX pharmacology medication review of the nursing care management for the diabetic patient. This will include the diabetic diet (carbs, fats, proteins), exercise regime (how to monitor glucose prior to exercise, types of exercises for the diabetic), and pharmacological management (oral medications for type 2 diabetes, insulin therapy for type 1 diabetes, and medications that cause hyperglycemia/hypoglycemia). In addition, I will cover the NCLEX highlights for oral medications, such as Sulfonylureas, Meglitinides, Biguanides, Alpha-glucoside inhibitors, and Thiazolidinedione, Insulin mnemonics for short-acting, rapid-acting, intermediate-acting, and long-acting insulin (which will include onset, peak, and duration times with a clever mnemonic). Don’t forget to watch PART 1 of this series on the patho, causes, types, complications, and nursing assessment of diabetes.

Quiz on DM Pharmacology & Nursing Management: http://www.registerednursern.com/diabetes-mellitus-pharmacology-nursing-management-nclex-quiz/

Part 1 of this NCLEX Diabetes Series: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ek6hnu1zaog

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  1. RegisteredNurseRN
  2. Mureed Nassif

    Diabetes is a silent killer & you can make it your best friend or your worst nightmare. It's one of those diseases, if ignored will creep up on you. To show how serious diabetes is more than 450 million people are diabetic world wide & in the USA every, for mins a person is added to the kidney transplant list. Having said that the sooner you take action the more likely you are in increasing your life expectancy in combating obisity, high blood pressure, brain annurysim, kidney disease, blindness & gangerine. Just look up the side effects & symptoms & speak to your doctor, specialist & dietitian, because prevention is certainly better than a cure. Having said that diabetes is reversible. For example I reversed my kidney functioning from 11% to 70%, after dialysis & taking drastic action. The reason IAM saying this is because I had a stroke, which I don't want anyone to go through. I used to be able to easily wash the car , do house work & drive & do 35 consecutive push-ups. But my stroke I can't even do 1 pushup, drive or jog & I have to 1 hour physio twice a week. Having said that you can still enjoy your junk food, once a week in 5 day intervals. If you only know what's its like, how to feel how something that takes you 4% effort, after a stroke it will take you 70% effort. By the way stroke bis the second killer behind hear disease globally. You certainly can't place a price on your health. If it was up to me I will implement a health plan system for people in different stages of their health. Exercise is very important. Don't take your health for granted, because it's not with it. Eventually your new healthy diet & 3 times a week exercise will become a habit & you'll live a very satisfied long life up to 80+ if you take action now before it's to late. For example I eat every 5 day intervals. Saturdays MacDonald's breakfast & Thursday KFC lunch. Then I skip a week, then Saturday & Thursday etc. Also never cure depression with binge eating, because your better off going to the gym, washing the car, & doing the lawn & house work, because after a stroke you being be able to do any of these things. Avoid the pit of 🔥 at all costs.

  3. محمد وانت بالف خير حقق الله أمانيك بشر

    Nice explanation
    Thanks 😊 🙏

  4. Kimberly Miller

    Learning more from your channel is teaching me why people might go the natural medicine route. It seem like some drugs just bring on another problem while treating another.

  5. Shannon &Thor 🐕

    Thank you I have a diabetes exam tomorrow

  6. Alma M.

    The best, effective and efficient teacher 👩‍🏫.

  7. Fallon Justine

    all i have to say is thank you !!!!!!!

  8. Shela Lithgow

    Thank you ever so much. You're program is very informative and helpful to me. To sort- out my doubts about my husband diets.

  9. margaret prawl

    Great, comprehensive, but easy to remember

  10. Emma Adams

    I loved the pneumonic for the insulins! Thank you SO much!!

  11. Esethu Emily Mqongwana

    you are my daily bread in Medical School. I love you so much

  12. theresa

    I would have killed to have you as my nursing instructor, honestly. Not sure if that's something you are interested in, but that and publishing a book would be amazing! I failed med surg one and am retaking it. Tomorrow morning is my final and in rewatching a lot of your ideas cause they're such Lifesavers ❤️

  13. AWcatcher11

    You lecture so beautifully. I wish you were my actual instructor. I can read textbooks all day for class and try and teach myself, but the second I watch your videos, everything just comes together and makes so much more sense.

  14. Blessy Holly

    My sincerest thanks to you Sarah for sharing all your knowledge and learnings, you're truly the best teacher I never had! More blessings to you and your family!

  15. Elyssa Aleah Labarda.1

    Thank you so much!🥺🤍

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