UNDERSTANDING TYPE 1 DIABETES LAMINATED WALL CHART


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  • Provides a side-by-side comparison of a normal body cell and a diabetic body cell which illustrates how they differ. Describes the importance of controlling the level of glucose in the blood and provides the main techniques for doing so. Lists risk factors and symptoms of short-term complications such as hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia and ketoacidosis. Describes and provides images of the long-term complications within the body of Type 1 Diabetes. Size is 20 inches by 26 inches - Flexible plastic 1.5 mil lamination - Anatomical Chart.

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