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urine infections
pancreas
increased hunger
increased thirst
blood sugar
type two
type one
glucose
insulin
weight loss
headaches
blurred vision
fatigue
dry mouth
Excercise

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Diabetes Crossword

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How should insulin be injected subcutaneously
a popular type of long-acting insulin injection lantus
insulin coming from an outside source exogenous
only type of insulin used today human
a device that gives continuous infusions of insulin through a catheter insulinpump
chronic multi system disease related to abnormal insulin production, impaired insulin utilization, or both diabetesmellitus
when insulin receptors are unresponsive or there are not enough of them the body is ________________ insulinresistant
organ that produces insulin pancreas
Common manifestations include fatigue, infections, prolonged wound healing, and visual changes. (true or false) true
rebound effect where an overdose of insulin causes hypoglycemia somogyieffect
known as juvenile onset diabetes Typeone
increased, frequent urination polyuria
exposure to a virus can cause type one diabetes (true or false) true

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Endocrine System Crossword

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Galnd that produces growth hormones, master gland Pituitary
Produces adrenaline, on top of kidneys Adrenal
Only found in women, produces oestrogen/progesterone Ovaries
Made by the pancreas Insulin
Produces a hormone that helps control calcium levels Parathyroid
Makes thyroxine Thyroid
Released when your glucose level falls below a set point Glucagon
What life function do the Nervous and Endocrine system perform Regulation
Improper insulin production, can't regulate the blood sugar level Diabetes
Viral infection of the spinal cord Polio

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Unit ONE Crossword

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____ centers in the hypothalamus are stimulated by dry mucous membranes, drop in blood volume and increase in serum osmolallity Thirst
This hormone produced in the hypothalamus is released in responce to low blood volume or increased serum osmolality and stimulates water reabsorption in the kidneys. ADH
A fluid volume deficit that results in decreased body fluid Dehydration
A characteristic of the tongue appearance in a dehydrated adult Longitudinal Furrows
1Kg=1 of these of fluid Liter
The main goal in dehydration is this Fluid replacement
A solution with a solute concentration equal to the osmolarity of normal body fluids Isotonic
This solution is given to most dehydrated patients in the hospital, it is isotonic. Normal Saline
These IV solutions are large molecules that can't leak through capillary membranes. Colloids
Given to patients with debilitating illness lasting longer than 2 weeks, have a loss of 10% or more of preillness wt or nonfunctioning GI tract TPN
Used for short term IV therapy through a vein in the arm or hand Peripheral line
An inflammation of the vein as a complication of IV therapy resulting in a cord-like vein, redness and swelling around the site. Phlebitis
An infiltration of a vesicant drug Extravasation
Too rapid of an infusion of IV fluids or meds can result in this which leads to flushing of the skin, dizziness, irregular pulses and severe headache Speed shock
A high loop diuretic that blocks reabsorption of sodium and chloride preventing passive reabsorption of water Lasix
These diuretics promote urine production by blocking the reabsorption of sodium and chloride in the early seg of the distal convoluted tubule Thiazide
This diuretic uses osmotic force in the nephron that inhibits reabsorption of water, used mostly in Critical Care. Mannitol
This electrolyte imbalance results in an inverted T wave on the EKG, lethargy, confusion, leg cramps, generalized weakness and polyuria. Hypokalemia
This electrolyte imbalance results in abdominal cramping, peaked T wave on EKG, diarrhea, irritability and muscle weakness. Hyperkalemia
This electrolyte imbalance results in skin flushing, agitation, lethargy, tachycardia, thirst, hypertension and orthostatic hypotension Hypernatremia
This electrolyte imbalance results in brittle nails, dry skin and hair, cardiac arrythmias, muscle cramps, tetany or fractures Hypocalcemia
This electrolyte imbalace results in depressed reflexes, weak pulses, bradycardia, warm flushed skin, weakness, drowsiness, hypotension and diaphoresis. Hypermagnesemia
This blood test measures the past three months of blood glucose levels, higher than 6 indicates diabetes. HbgA1C
A condition in Type 1 diabetes that results in a high blood sugar of >250 but less than 800, fruity breath, kussmauls respirations, N/V, keytones in urine, hypokalemia and a ph of <7.38 DKA
_______syndrome is a precursor to DM that is a chronic inflammatory process leading to plaque formation in vessels. Signs include low HDL levels, change in LDL, hypertension, abdominal obesity, insulin resistance. Metabolic
Fasting glucose level is high in the morning as a result of stress hormones Somogyi effect
Morning sugar is elevated as a result of liver converting glycogen to glucose in type 2 diabetes. Dawn Phenomenon
Symptoms include thirst, dry mouth, hunger, fatigue, difficulty concentrating Hyperglycemia

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Diabetes! Word Search

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BLOOD
BLOODSUGAR
CELLS
DIABETES
DIET
DISEASE
EXCERCISE
FITNESS
GLUCOSE
HORMONE
INJECTION
INSULIN
JUVENILE
MEDICINE
OBESITY
PANCREAS
SUGAR
TEST STRIPS
TYPEONE
TYPETWO

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Endocrine System Terminology Crossword

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system of glands that secrete chemicals into bloodstream to regulate bodily functions Endocrine System
Disorder of carbohydrate metabolism with decreased insulin production from the pancreas diabetes Mellitus
secrete chemicals called hormones glands
Balance in the body homeostasis
when the body makes too much thyroxin and metabolism increases hyperthyroidism
When the body makes too little thyroxin and metabolism decreases hypothyroidism
Chemicals produced by the body that regulate bodily functions hormones
high blood glucose (blood sugar) Hyperglycemia
low blood gllucose (blood sugar) hypoglycemia
A condition where a person's blood sugar is above normal but is not high enough to be diagnosed with type 2 diabetes pre-diabetes
A butterfly shaped gland in the neck that is responsible for regulating metabolism thyroid
Condition where the pancreas creates no or not enough insulin that can cause problems with circulation and organs diabetes

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Learning about Diabetes Crossword

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If someone with diabetes has a low blood sugar, they may need a ________ snack
You can get insulin from ______ or a pump. shots
Kids with diabetes can eat ______ you can eat anything
A fancy word for sugar in your food carbohydrates
People with Type ______ diabetes need insulin to live one
People with diabetes have to test their ______ sugar often blood
Never let your friend with diabetes go anywhere _____ if they feel high or low alone
Kids who have diabetes may ____ a lot drink
If blood sugar is ____, you may feel sweaty, dizzy, or cranky low
If your friend with diabetes looks or acts funny, tell a _______ (2 words) grownup
Low blood sugar can give you a________ headache
People with diabetes need to take ____ to turn food into energy insulin
When kids have diabetes their _______ doesn't work properly pancreas

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All about diabetes Crossword

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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

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1 Diabetes Bingo Module 2

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Glucose
Insulin
Glycogen
Glucagon
Pancreas
Liver
Insulin
Insulin Resistance
Type 1 Diabetes
Type 2 Diabetes
Gestational Diabetes
Pre Diabetes
Sugar Levels
Fatigue
Blurred Vision
Excessive Thirst
Excessive Hunger
Wounds slow to heal
Obesity
Pam Stop Smoking
Viral Infections
Check ups
Risk Factors
Hemoglobin AIC

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3 Diabetes Bingo Module 2

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High levels of insulin
Metabolic Syndrome
Type 1 Diabetes
Sugar levels
Hormone
Exessive Hunger
Risk Factors
Liver
Cardiovascular System
Lack of Excersize
Age
Glycogen
Family History
Triglycerides
Pancreas
Pam Stop Smoking
Pre diabetes
Blurred Vision
Hemoglobin AIC
High Blood Pressure
Check ups
Stress
Viral Infections
Glucagon

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Diabetes Crossword

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A disease in which your blood glucose, or blood sugar, levels are too high. Diabetes
Type of Diabetes that you are born with. Type 1
Type of Diabetes that is developed over time by environmental factors. Type 2
A hormone produced in the pancreas that regulates the amount of glucose in the blood. Insulin
Body organ that produces insulin. Pancreas
Type of sugar that comes from the food you eat, and is your body's main source of energy. Blood sugar
Physical activity that helps delay the effects of Diabetes. Exercise
The type of Diabetes that occurs when you are pregnant. Gestational
The medical term for having high blood sugar. Hyperglycemia
A hormone that maintains blood sugar when it's too low. Glucagon
The amount of pressure exerted on the blood in the circulatory system. Blood pressure
Weight loss or gain, fatigue, irritability, and blurred vision are all _________ of Diabetes. Symptoms

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