DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review

DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review

DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review

DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review of Antidiabetic Drugs Discussion

Down below I have listed all of the Research sources that have been found related to the research.
The type of research I am looking for is seeing how patients with diabetes live a different lifestyle and ways to balance a diabetics glucose levels naturally without the use of medications. DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review


Literature gaps and significance:
What is missing from the science, such that your research question still needs an answer? Why is your research question important? How will answering your research question help everyone better understand the broader problem involved?

This step helps to answer “so what?” about your research topic. Doing this step will help you connect the dots from what interests you, what is missing in our understanding of the world, and the current literature on the topic you choose. This will also likely serve as part of your introduction for your final proposal.

1) PARAGRAPH 1: Begin with a broad problem statement, and using the funnel method to frame your research topic in the literature you’ve examined in Step 2. End with your research topic.

2) PARAGRAPH 2: Narrow down closer to your idea; begin to examine exactly what the literature says. Cite and describe example articles from your literature review.

3) PARAGRAPH 3: Narrow down into the closest subtopic(s) you can as they relate to your topic. Describe the literature there.

4) PARAGRAPH 4: Your payoff! Describe the hole in the literature (yet we still don’t understand x) and end with your research question (the purpose of my study is to y…).

EACH PARAGRAPH should have some nod or sentence explaining the significance to science, health, and/or the world of your ever-narrowing research topic and how gathering data on this topic may bring new insights to the world – the “so what”!

Length: ~500-800 words. (The paper should be ~4 good-sized paragraphs.)

Literature Review Matrix [Gina Hannawa] Study Big Question Author/title/ year/journal One sentence summarizing the objective / hypotheses Study Type / Design Sample Variables / Domains Primary, secondary, tertiary? Qual or Quant? Who was in the study? What does this paper measure? Secondary sources of informatio n from other research studies carried out previously on the topic. Secondary sources of informatio n from other research studies carried out previously on the topic. The study utilized data from U.S census or healthcare plan members accounts. Zheng, Y., Ley, S. H., & Hu, F. B. (2018). Global aetiology and epidemiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus and its complications. Nature Reviews Endocrinology, 14(2), 88. Global causes and epidemiology of type 2 diabetes mellitus and its accompanying complications This is a secondary source that reviews mainstream literature on the disease. Sami, W., Ansari, T., Butt, N. S., & Ab Hamid, M. R. (2017). Effect of diet on type 2 diabetes mellitus: A review. International journal of health sciences, 11(2), 65. How diet influence type 2 diabetes mellitus This is an exploration of secondary sources of data. Mayer-Davis, E. J., Lawrence, J. M., Dabelea, D., Divers, J., Isom, S., Dolan, L., … & Wagenknecht, L. (2017).
Incidence trends of type 1 and type 2 diabetes among youths, 2002–2012. N Engl J Med, 376, 1419-1429. The incidence and trends of both type 1 and 2 diabetes among youths between 2002 and 2012 A statistical examination of the trends of the diseases amongst the youths between 2002 and 2012 Methods Results Conclusions Relevance for your topic What exactly did they do in the study? What exactly did they find in the study? What do the results mean to the world? Causes, spread and predisposing factors of the disease. Literature review 1 in 11 adult people have type 2 diabetes. Asia is the global epicenter of the disease. It gives insights on the necessary interventions that can be rolled out to curb its spread. It explores how diet and nutrition is a contributing factor in the development and spread of the disease. Literature review. Sedentary lifestyles and dietary habits were found to be the major contributing factors. Awareness of the complication s and causal factors could help stop it. It sheds light on what can be done to stop the development and spread of the disease. The trends in prevalence and infections of the disease amongst the youth in the U.S Statistical analysis od data from other sources Incidences of both types of the diseases increased hugely in the decade spanning Youth in minority racial and ethnic groups were the most affected. It sheds light on the most affected group demographicall y and the necessary interventions. Which of your subtopics does this paper address? DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review
Literature Review Matrix [Gina Hannawa] from secondary source. Primary Kasole, R., Martin, H. D., & Kimiywe, J. (2019). Traditional medicine and its role in the management of diabetes mellitus:“patients’ and herbalists’ perspectives”. EvidenceBased Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2019. How traditional medicine can treat diabetes mellitus. Roden, M., & Shulman, G. I. (2019). The integrative biology of type 2 diabetes. Nature, 576(7785 ), 51-60. To understand the integrative biology of type 2 diabetes An examination of secondary sources to understand the caused of obesity and type 2 diabetes. Trikkalinou, A., Papazafiropoulou, A. K., & Melidonis, A. (2017). Type 2 diabetes and quality of life. World journal of diabetes, 8(4), 120. How type 2 diabetes affects the quality of life An exploration of secondary sources on how diabetes mellitus affects the quality of life of patients from 2002 to 2012 140 patients and 8 herbalists were interviewe d on the traditional medicines they were using to treat the disease Various secondary sources from studies on the topic. It utilizes data on models relevant to animal and human models Different secondary sources were examined to find out on the impact. The number of patients the prefer traditional medicine to conventional management approaches Used a questionnair e to examine the preferred medication for patients. A majority of the respondents preferred traditional medicine. Traditional medicine is natural and effective in the treatment of the disease. It offers insights on the available cheap and effective alternatives. It examines the causes of obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Literature review
Sedentary lifestyles and diet are the biggest contributors of the two diseases. We should embrace healthy living to keep the ailments at bay. It sheds light on what people can do to the diseases. It explores various ways in which the disease negatively impacts on the lives of the patients Literature review Many patients were adversely affected by the disease economicall y, socially and health wise. Early detection and managemen t of the disease can help reduce the impact on the quality of life. It highlights the importance of early detection and management. Thus, we get to understand how we can manage the disease to mitigate its Literature Review Matrix [Gina Hannawa] Chaudhury, A., Duvoor, C., Reddy Dendi, V. S., Kraleti, S., Chada, A., Ravilla, R., … & Mirza, W. (2017). Clinical review of antidiabetic drugs: implications for type 2 diabetes mellitus management. Frontiers in endocrinology, 8, 6. A clinical examination of anti-diabetes mellitus drugs and their implication on management. A detailed review of secondary sources Examinatio n of different secondary sources gotten from previous studies on the topic. An exploration of antidiabetic drugs as well as their implications on the management of type 2 diabetes. Literature review Lifestyle based managemen t intervention s are the best.
Lankatillake, C., Huynh, T., & Dias, D. A. (2019).
Understanding glycaemic control and current approaches for screening antidiabetic natural products from evidencebased medicinal plants. Plant Methods, 15(1), 1-35. Comprehendin g glycaemic control as well as the modernday approaches for detection and natural management measures for diabetes mellitus. A review of classical and new solutions in the management of the type 2 diabetes. A comprehensiv e review of secondary sources. Examinatio n of different secondary sources gotten from previous studies on the topic. A detailed look at the alternative management methods on diabetes mellitus. Literature review The prevalence of the disease is likely to increase due to change of life styles. A comprehensiv e review of secondary sources. Use of secondary sources to explore sugar lowering drugs for diabetes mellitus. A comprehensiv e look the new as well as classical approaches and Literature review Much hyped antiglycemic agents have proven to be ineffective. Non-insulin dependent solutions give the best alternatives. It gives a wide range of alternatives that can be used to treat the disease. How diabetes leads to complications A review of secondary sources Literature analysis of the How COVID19 patients are likely to Literature review COVID-19 can enhance the COVID-19 Patients with diabetes It sheds light on how underlying …
Vieira, R., Souto, S. B., Sánchez-López, E., López Machado, A., Severino, P., Jose, S., … & Souto, E. B. (2019). Sugar-lowering drugs for type 2 diabetes mellitus and metabolic syndrome—review of classical and new compounds: partI. Pharmaceuticals, 12(4), 152. Cuschieri, S., & Grech, S. (2020). COVID-19 and diabetes: The why, the what and the how. Journal Patients should seek and embrace intervention s that are tailored on their lives as the most effective way of treating the disease. Plants can offer a cheap and effective alternative managemen t approach in the treatment of the disease. impacts on the quality of life. It highlights on lifestyle-based management of the disease. It offers natural alternatives in the management and treatment of the disease. Literature Review Matrix of Diabetes and its Complications, 34(9), 107637. [Gina Hannawa] in case for COVID-19 patients. relationshi p between COVID-19 and diabetes mellitus develop more complication is they type 2 diabetes as an underlying condition. complication in people who have type 2 diabetes. need extra care. health conditions can be adversely affected by the disease. … DSU Diabetes Management Clinical Review