Define the pathophysiology, pharmacological treatment and management of type 2 diabetes in a client/person.
Please demonstrate your understanding by clearly describing the relationships between pathophysiology clinical manifestations, and pharmacological treatment of your client’s/person’s disease.
These questions will be used for grading the ‘coverage’ and accuracy information’ sections of your assignment.
Following the criteria, you will need to create a client/person for yourself.
The following 4 questions must be answered:
For blood glucose control, the following physiological processes are essential:
Insulin synthesis, release
Insulin binding to target tissues explains why they are different in your client/person than in a healthy person.
Here are some of the long-term consequences of uncontrolled hyperglycaemia
Renal disease: Explain why they might be present in your client/person.
Type II diabetes mellitus can be managed with the following drugs:
Select the appropriate one for your client/person.
Its mechanism of action can be discussed with your client or person.
Answer both the a/b and c parts. Insulin resistance can be caused by an increase in abdominal adiposity.
Explain the pathophysiological reasoning behind this.
(b) Describe why HbA1c has been used to measure long-term BGL control and how this measure can be applied in the management of your client’s/person’s disease.
Insulin Synthesis and Rejection
The beta cells of the pancreas contain significant amounts of insulin that are synthesized.
The insulin mRNA is translated into the single peptide through insertion in endoplasmicreticulum. This creates the proinsulin.
Fu, Gilbert, & Liu (2013) noted that proinsulin is mostly derived from the exposure to C peptide-exercising endopeptidases.
This is what allows you to make mature insulin.
Insulin binding to target tissue
Insulin resistance is a result of insulin alternation. It occurs at the hepatic insulin levels.
Post binding is a process that occurs in the peripheral targeted tissue (Berry, et al. 2013,).
The primary lesion in type 2 diabetes is the post binding defect.
Retinopathy can be caused by type 2 diabetics and causes vision loss or vision impairment.
Mr. Brown may experience total blindness due to his type 2 diabetes.
The type 2 diabetes must be treated.
High levels of sugar can cause abnormal blood vessels to grow in the retina (Lovshin, Shah, 2017).
Mr. Brown has a greater chance of developing kidney disease.
Insufficient insulin production can cause problems in blood glucose regulation.
High-risk kidney disease can result (Coresh and co., 2014).
This condition requires that the patient be aware of their weight, healthy eating, lifestyle, medication, and other measures to decrease the impact of diabetes mellitus.
Insulin and its Mechanism Of Action
Insulin is one example of a peptidehormone.
It is made from the beta cell in the pancreas.
Insulin activates GLUT4, which allows glucose to be uptaken in the fat cells.
If insulin production is reduced in the body, glucose uptake decreases and symptoms of type 2 diabetes appear.
The insulin is composed of the single peptide which directs the nascent peptide chain to the endoplasmicreticulum.
The transport of proinsulin through the trans-Golgi system causes the formation of mature granules.
A. Pathophysiology And Insulin Resistance
Type 2 diabetes mellitus, as well as metabolic syndrome, are both caused by insulin resistance.
The insulin resistance in skeletal muscles is manifested primarily by a reduction in insulin stimulated glycogen synthes (Blazquez, et al. 2014).
This is due to decreased glucose transportation.
Measurement of HbA1c
Red blood cells in the human body can survive for 8-12 weeks before being replaced.
According to Strack et. al. (2014), it is possible to measure the glycated haglobin which indicates the average blood glucose level.
This can have a long-term affect on blood glucose control.
HbA1c, however, is the biochemical marker that aids in the management and prevention of type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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