Nurs 6501 advanced pathophysiology

Nurs 6501 advanced pathophysiology

Question 1

Explain the pathophysiology of the three P’s (Polyuria, Polydipsia, polyphagia)with the given diagnosis of type 1 DM

Question2

Explain the genetics relationship nd how this and the environment can contribute to type 1 DM

Question 3

How would you describe the pathophysiology of type 11 Diabetes Mellitus

Question4

What causes hypothyroidism

 

references should be 2017 to date

 

Answer preview

Polyuria, polydipsia, and polyphagia are significant symptoms of Type 1 diabetes mellitus (Sapra et al., 2021). Polyuria means frequent urination. Polydipsia is the increased thirst, and polyuria is high appetite. Polyuria occurs due to high blood glucose levels, causing the body to remove the extra glucose through urination (Sapra et al., 2021). Since the body loses excess fluids due to urination, this increases the thirst urge (polydipsia) to replace the lost fluids. Further, the body’s inability to convert glucose to energy due to insulin resistance or low production increases the patient’s appetite in polyphagia.

 

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