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Insulin treatment improves the quality of life in many people and saves the lives of others. It is used to lower blood glucose levels. However, insulin management and prescribing errors are very common and can lead to patient harm. This leaflet can help you to get the most out of your insulin treatm…
This resource tells you how to recognise when you have ketones in your blood and how these can cause diabetic ketoacidosis if left untreated.
Diabetes UK resource about kidney disease (or diabetic nephropathy). It can happen to anyone, but it's much more common in people with diabetes and people with high blood pressure.
Part 1 contains useful general information about living with Diabetes.
Part 2 provides space for you to record details about yourself, your clinicians, your medication, your test results and your care plan
This 'Word' version of Part 2 can be downloaded to your PC, laptop or tablet where you can enter all of your personal information, including medication, test results, care plans and much more.
This resource gives a brief summary of the type of diabetes called Latent Autoimmune Diabetes of the Adult (LADA).
The Living Life to the Full course is a life skills course that aims to provide access to high quality, practical and user-friendly training in life skills. The course content teaches key knowledge in how to tackle and respond to issues/demands which we all meet in our everyday lives
Dementia can lead to problems with your memory and communication. This can make it difficult to care for your diabetes. Diabetes can also have an impact on your memory and understanding. This leaflet describes some of the issues that someone who has both conditions may face.
This course provides information related to living with Type 1 diabetes including topics such as driving, travel, employment and lifestyle factors like healthy diet, alcohol and physical activity.