Differencetyp1and type2 Diabetes and how can they be avoided
Knöll,Martin. "“On The Top Of High Towers…" DiscussingLocations in a Mobile Health Game
ForDiabetics. In: Proceedings of the 2010 IADIS International Conferenceon Game and Entertainment Technologies. 2010.
KnollMartin discusses about the impact of ‘games for health’ onmotivation and education within the boundaries of healthcare andemphasizes that this has formed the basis of most present researchprojects. He mainly discusses games associated with mobile devices,access to the internet and exposes how the use of such influenceshuman behavior. The current technology ought to be explored. Toprevent and manage the lifestyle diseases such as diabetes, KnollMartin talks about the mobile phone as one of the commonest healthgame as one interacts with it on a daily basis. He says that theyare challenges associated with the mobile health games that are notonly technological but also social.
Zebari,Amar Yahya. Regression modeling for incidence of diabetics.
Diss.Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU)-Doğu Akdeniz Üniversitesi (DAÜ), 2014.
Zebri,Amar Yahya discusses the adoption of biostatistics as a method ofapproach for decision makers in the field of health sciences formathematical modeling predictions. The research conducted indicatesthe prevalence of diabetes and her research displays how variablessuch as weight and age have an effect on diabetes. Regressionmodeling incorporates the theories of linear regression that areuseful to create mathematical equations which aid in anticipatingfuture injury rates and therefore prevent and manage the possiblecauses of diabetes presently.
Kesavadev,Jothydev, et al. "Telemedicine for diabetes care: An Indianperspective-feasibility and efficacy." Indian journal of endocrinology and metabolism 19.6(2015): 764.
Kesavadev,Jothydev et al. highlight bow telecommunication can aid in managingdiabetes. Usually, the diabetes patients would visit the doctorsevery twice or thrice in a month to be advised of medication changes.However, the introduction of the diabetes Tele management changed theroutine. Telecommunication helps manage chronic diseases such asdiabetes. The patient interacts lively with a professionally trainedteam that has diabetes nurses, educators, psychologists, pharmacists,dieticians, and physicians. Telecommunication as a method ofmanaging diabetes has helped overcome the fear of poly pharmacy,discontinuation strain, and hypoglycemia.
Saal,Christoph, et al. "5-oxo-2, 3, 4, 5-tetrahydro-benzo [b]oxepine-4-carboxylic acid
Amidesand 2, 3-dihydro-benzo [b] oxepine-4-carboxylic acid amides fortreatment and prevention of diabetes type 1 and 2." U.S. PatentNo. 8,383,838. 26 Feb. 2013.
SaalChristoph talks about type 1 diabetes. It was formerly calledjuvenile-onset or insulin –dependent diabetes. In type 1 diabetes,the cells that release insulin are destroyed by the body’s immunesystem. Insulin is therefore eliminated from the body. Insulin helpsabsorb sugar needed to produce energy. Type 2 diabetes develops anytime. In type 2 diabetes, the body is unable to use insulin the rightway. Resulting in insulin resistance. The pancreas hence makes lessinsulin a condition called insulin deficiency.
Mercado,Moises. "Diagnosis of male hypogonadism: what is lowtestosterone." Reviews
InEndocrinology and Metabolism 1.2 (2013): 57-61.
Mercadofocuses on the male hypogonadism which is the failure of the testesto produce sperm, androgen or both. He links men with this conditionto be victims of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.
Al-Rubeaan,Khalid, et al. "All-cause mortality and its risk factors amongtype 1 and type 2
Diabetesmellitus in a country facing diabetes epidemic." DiabetesResearch and Clinical Practice 118 (2016): 130-139.
Al–Rubeaan discusses the risk factors in both the 1 and 2 ofdiabetes. They say that the prevalence of smoking in diabeticpatients has been recorded to be high. And smoking has been avaluable tool for diabetes management.
Reuser,Arnold. "Glycogen Storage Disease Type II." Encyclopedia ofMolecular Mechanisms of
Rescuersays that glycogen storage disease type 2 damages the nerve cells andmuscles throughout the body
Al-Rubeaan,Khalid, et al. "All-cause mortality and its risk factors amongtype 1 and type 2 diabetes mellitus in a country facing diabetesepidemic." DiabetesResearch and Clinical Practice118 (2016): 130-139.
Kesavadev,Jothydev, et al. "Telemedicine for diabetes care: An Indianperspective-feasibility and efficacy." Indianjournal of endocrinology and metabolism19.6 (2015): 764.
Knöll,Martin. "“ON THE TOP OF HIGH TOWERS…" DiscussingLocations in a Mobile Health Game for Diabetics. In: Proceedings ofthe 2010 IADIS International Conference on Game and EntertainmentTechnologies.2010.
Mercado,Moises. "Diagnosis of male hypogonadism: what is lowtestosterone." Reviewsin endocrinology and metabolism1.2 (2013): 57-61.
Reuser,Arnold. "Glycogen Storage Disease Type II." Encyclopediaof Molecular Mechanisms of Disease(2009): 728-729.
Saal,Christoph, et al. "5-oxo-2, 3, 4, 5-tetrahydro-benzo [b]oxepine-4-carboxylic acid amides and 2, 3-dihydro-benzo [b]oxepine-4-carboxylic acid amides for treatment and prevention ofdiabetes typ 1 and 2." U.S. Patent No. 8,383,838. 26 Feb. 2013
Zebari,Amar Yahya. Regressionmodeling for incidence of diabetics.Diss. Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU)-Doğu AkdenizÜniversitesi (DAÜ), 2014.