Type
Word Search
Description

high blood pressure
pregnancy
high blood sugar
polyuria diabetes
diabetes Insipidus
gestational diabetes
type2
type1
Cushing's syndrome
Addison's disease
pre eclampsia
endocrinologist
obesity
insulin

Diabetes Crossword

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Description

abnormally high blood glucose Hyperglycemia
What group of people have the earliest record of diabetes? Egyptians
Who was credited for naming diabetes Aretaeus
Who called diabetes "the pissing hell"? Thomas Willis
Which french physician told his patients to eat large amounts of sugar to cure their diabetes? Priorry
Who created the first portable blood glucose level tester? Ames Diagnostic
What gland is associated with diabetes? Pancreas
What hormone is associated with Diabetes? Insulin
What year was it discovered that the pancreas has a role in diabetes? 1922
What is the first type 2 diabetes medication called? Sulfonylurea
The type of diabetes you are born with Type 1
Type of diabetes that is gained Type 2
form of high blood sugar affecting pregnant women. Gestational Diabetes
condition in which blood sugar is high, but not high enough to be type 2 diabetes. Prediabetes

Pregnancy Crossword

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Description

a condition where there is too much glucose in the patients blood that only affects pregnant women gestational diabetes
overweight pregnant women may need this during labour as they are more likely to have an instrumental delivery epidural
a pregnant woman is at higher risk than normal (20%->25%) of having one of these under 12 weeks if they are obese miscarriage
hypertension, proteinuria are signs of this condition pre-eclampsia
when a fertilised egg implants itself outside the womb - usually in the fallopian tubes ectopic
mothers who are obese are at increase risk their baby being born before its delivery date premature
mothers are screened for this condition of their babies, but the results do not give a definitive diagnosis. the older the mother the more at risk the baby is of having this condition downs syndrome
a diagnostic test for down's syndrome which takes a small amount of placenta which is attached to the uterus out via abdomen or cervix CVS
diagnostic for down's syndrome if beyond 15 weeks, sample of fluid surrounding the baby is taken via abdomen amniocentesis
women are offered this if the down's syndrome tests are positive councelling
test for screening for down's syndrome using a blood sample (10-14wks) and ultrasound (11wk+2d - 14wks) combination test
serum marker that is low in down's syndrome pregnancies PAPP-A
serum marker that is raised in down's syndrome pregnancies beta-hCG
BMI >30 has increased risk of still birth of something in 100 one
15-20% of pregnant women are this category obese

Diabetic Mellitus word puzzle Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

diabetic eye complication diabeticretinopathy
most common complication of diabetic mellitus diabetic neuropathy
changes in blood vessels and nerves can leads to ulceration
Diabetic foot disease can leads to limb amputation
insulin-dependent diabetes Type 1 diabetes
Type 1 diabetes is an autoimmune condition
diabetic type 1 increased risk of heart disease and stroke
adult-onset diabetes Type 2 diabetes
juvenile-onset diabetes diabetic type 1
Diabetes Mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by the presence of chronic hyperglycemia
pathological defects in type 2 diabetes are impaired insulin secretion through a dysfunction pancreatic β-cell
one of acute complications Diabetes Ketoacidosis
one of chronic complications Diabetic nephropathy
Risk factors for Type 2 Diabetic Mellitus family history and obesity
diagnostic Fasting plasma glucose test
high risk for the development of diabetes and macrovascular disease are Impaired glucose tolerance and impaired fasting glucose
2-h plasma glucose value of 140 or more and of less than 200 mg/dL during an oral glucose tolerance Impaired glucose tolerance
Current therapeutic agents available for type 2 diabetes mellitus include insulin, and related compounds, biguanides, thiazolidenediones, α-glucosidase inhibitors and ... sulfonylureas
Type 2 diabetes develops when β-cells fail to secrete sufficient... insulin
.....develops with ectopic fat deposition in the liver and muscle Insulin resistance

Cardiovascular Disease Crossword

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Description

Various diseases involving heart and blood vessels Cardiovascular Disease
Inactive Lifestyle Sedentary
Ranked #2 in deaths in the U.S. Cancer
Consistent High Blood Pressure Hypertension
“Bad” Cholesterol LDL
“Good” Cholesterol HDL
This type of diabetes is biological Type 1 Diabetes
This type of diabetes is environmental Type 2 Diabetes
Blood pressure range Below 120 and Below 80 Normal
Blood pressure range 120-129 or 80-89 Prehypertension
Another name for genetics Heredity
Coronary artery is completely blocked Heart Attack
Blocked blood supply to a part of the brain Stroke
Stroke caused by blockage in a blood vessel Ischemic
Stroke caused by burst or ruptured blood vessel Hemorrhagic
#1 Risk Factor Smoking
overall condition of body or mind and the presence or absence of illness or injury Health
expands the idea of health to include the ability to achieve optimal health, all dimensions Wellness
Any body movement Physical Activity
Internal Dialogue Self Talk
planned, structured, repetitive movement intended to improve or maintain physical fitness Exercise
Length of a workout Duration
Pressure when the heart is beating Systolic
Pressure when the heart is relaxing Diastolic
Peak of an exercise plan, most intense Workout

Non-Communicable Diseases Crossword

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Description

diseases non spread from person to person non-communicable
one of the ways non-communicable diseases can be spread heredity
a disease in which abnormal cells multiply & spread Cancer
substances that cause cancer carcinogens
one factor that can increase the risk of cancer unprotected exposure to the sun
one treatment for cancer is chemotherapy
a disease of the heart and blood vessels cardiovascular disease
a condition that results when the blood supply to the heart is blocked heart attack
a blockage of blood or break in a blood vessel that brings blood flow to the brain stroke
pressure of the blood against the artery walls blood pressure
another term for high blood pressure hypertension
a type of condition that lasts for a long time or keeps coming back chronic condition
when the body is unable to produce insulin type 1 diabetes
when the body is unable to use the insulin properly type 2 diabetes
a condition that causes seizures epilepsy
a chronic condition in which breathing becomes difficult asthma
a condition in which the body reacts to foods or other substances allergy

Diabetes and Mental Health Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

diabetes
blood sugar
insulin
gestational diabetes
prediabetes
fasting
type 2 diabetes
type 1 diabetes
blood sugar test
glucose
American Diabetes Association
tingling hands and feet
blurry vision
thirsty
hungry
dry skin
tired
weight loss
injection
blood glucose monitor

Nutrition and Diabetes Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Nutrition
Preventable
Genetic
Prediabetes
Insulin
Glucagon
Childhood diabetes
Diabetes
Type 2
Type 1
Gestational Diabetes
Blood Glucose

All about diabetes Crossword

Type
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Description

what is clouding and thickening of the lens of the eye? cataracts
a type of nerve damage that people who have had diabetes might develop? diabetic neuropathy
a hormone that the pancreas makes? insulin
the type of diabetes when the pancreas can't make insulin? Type 1
Where does glucose from the food enter? Bloodstream
A long, flat gland in youor belly that helps your body digest food. Pancreas
Type of diabetes where the body still produces insulin. Type 2
The amount of glucose in the blood. Blood glucose level
Medical word for high blood sugar levels. hyperglycemia
A sugar that comes from the food we eat. Glucose
A type of medicine you take. pills
When the body doesn't have enough insulin. DKA
DKA occurs more often in people with this type of diabetes type 1
The breath will have this type of smell fruity
People with diabetes should wear these medical bracelets

Diabetes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

When blood sugar levels fall below 4mmols Hypoglycaemia
Lifestyle risk factor for type 2 diabetes Obesity
________________ diabetes is diagnosed when higher than normal blood glucose levels first appear during preganancy Gestational
Regular ___________ activity is a good way to prevent type 2 diabetes Physical
Every diabetic should have a _______________ of their own for regular testing Glucometer
Potentially life threatening condition where people with type 1 diabetes accumulate dangerous chemical substances in their blood from the burning of fat Ketoacidosis
Type 2 diabetes is caused by a combination of genetic and _____________ factors Environmental
It is important a hypoglycaemic event is treated ___________ Immediately
Hormone essential in the conversion of glucose to energy Insulin
A key sympmtom of diabetes is being Thirsty
Type 1 diabetes most likely has _______________ causes Genetic
Type 1 diabetes is a _____________ condition Chronic
There is currently _____ cure for type 1 diabetes Cure
About 85-90% of people with diabetes have type _____ Two
Many people do not experience symptoms of ____________________ until their blood glucose levels are extreamly high Hyperglycaemia
About 10-15% of all diabetics are type ____ One
Type 1 diabetes require regular insulin ___________ Injections

Diabetes Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Which type of diabetes occurs in people under age of 40 with 40% occurring before age of 20? one
In this type of Diabetes the pancreas continues to produce some insulin two
Develops during pregnancy and is screened between 24-28 weeks gestation by oral glucose test gestational
Primary goal of this drug is to reduce glucose production in the liver Metformin
This type of drug increases production of insulin by the pancreas Sulfonylureras
What is the cornerstone of diabetes management? selfmonitoring
It is characterized by hyperglycemia, ketosis, acidosis, and dehydration. It is most likely to occur in people with type 1 diabetes as compared to type 2. DKA
What is is a life-threatening syndrome that can occur in the patient with diabetes who is able to produce enough insulin to prevent DKA but not enough to prevent severe hyperglycemia, osmotic diuresis, and extracellular fluid depletion. HHS
This occurs when there is too much insulin in proportion to available glucose in the blood. hypoglycemia
what is nerve damage that occurs because of the metabolic derangements associated with diabetes mellitus neuropathy