brittle diabetes

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Related to Unstable Diabetes: labile diabetes, unstable diabetes mellitus
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brit·tle di·a·be·tes

n. diabetes inestable, niveles inestables de glucosa en la sangre debido a falta de control.
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According to Islamic religious teachings, those whose health may be affected by fasting -- including patients whose condition is fragile or who have unstable diabetes, Type 1 diabetes, or chronic complications such as kidney failure and macro vascular complications -- are not required to do so.
Patients in the 'orange' category are advised not to fast due to high risk, while 'green' indicates a reduced risk." According to Islamic religious teachings, those whose health may be affected by fasting, including patients whose condition is fragile or who have unstable diabetes, Type 1 diabetes or chronic complications such as kidney failure and macro vascular complications, are not required to fast.
Winter, "Unstable diabetes and unstable families: a psychosocial evaluation of diabetic children with recurrent ketoacidosis," Pediatrics, vol.
These are often people who have had multiple hospital admissions for such conditions as heart failure or unstable diabetes. She monitors their health and provides education.
At the 6-month follow-up the self-reported rate of unstable hypertension and unstable diabetes was not significantly different between individuals in the control and intervention groups.
Eventually she managed to raise the alarm by activating her "care link system" which is fitted in the hall for emergencies due to her having "unstable diabetes".
The phase IV MOVES (Multicentric Osteoarthritis Intervention Study) enrolled patients who were consistent with the European label for celecoxib: Those with prior coronary artery disease, peripheral artery disease, unstable diabetes, or uncontrolled hypertension were excluded, Dr.
Unstable diabetes 74 (48.7%) subjects, patient dissatisfaction with current therapy 64 (44.1%) subjects, and reduction in plasma glucose variability 67 (44.1%) subjects, were among the other major reasons for insulin initiation.
Also, neural therapy can affect blood sugar levels, so it should not be used on people with unstable diabetes. Neural therapy is contraindicated in areas with active cancer or active infection and in people with severe psychological disorders.