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Topic "Diabetes" in Arabic - total 43 documents

Title: Blepharitis - Cataracts - Diabetes and your Eyes
Summary: This pamphlet provides information about causes and available treatment of blepharitis, cataract and retinopathy.

Title: Blood glucose monitoring - Diabetes Australia
Summary: You should regularly monitor your blood glucose.

Title: Blood glucose monitoring - NDSS
Summary: This fact sheet provides an overview of blood glucose monitoring. Self-blood glucose monitoring is a valuable diabetes management tool, which enables people to check their own blood glucose levels as often as they need to or as recommended.

Title: Community Sharps Disposal
Summary: Sharps including lancets (finger prickers), pen needles, insulin pump infusion set cannula insertion needles and syringes should not be placed in a household recycling bin, waste bin or public litter bin. This brochure explains how to dispose of community sharps in an appropriate container and provides information on sharps disposal facilities in NSW.

Title: Depression and diabetes
Summary: Research indicates there are strong links between depression and diabetes.

Title: Diabetes-related complications
Summary: It is important to look after diabetes for long-term health. Diabetes is a condition which, over time, may cause damage to the body’s organs, blood vessels and nerves. If diabetes is well managed and general health is taken care of, the risk of diabetes-related complications is reduced. This fact sheet provides information on diabetes-related complications including the most common diabetes-related complications and tips to maintain good health.

Title: Diabetes - What is diabetes?
Summary: This fact sheet provides general information and facts about type 1 and 2 diabetes, their common symptoms, causes and treatment. It also covers gestational diabetes. It includes frequently asked questions about diabetes and information about diabetes and travelling, diabetes and driving and diabetes complications and driving.

Title: Diabetes fact sheet
Summary: This is a fact sheets on diabetes and healthy eating.

Title: Diabetes in pregnancy - gestational diabetes
Summary: Gestational diabetes is a type of diabetes that cdan develop in pregnancy. This fact sheet explains the condition and how it can affect a woman's pregnancy and future health.

Title: Exercise and diabetes
Summary: This video explains the importance of exercising to manage your diabetes

Title: Food choices for people with diabetes
Summary: Information about healthy eating for people with diabetes.

Title: Gestational Diabetes: Caring for yourself and your baby
Summary: What is gestational diabetes? What causes gestational diabetes? Who is at increased risk of gestational diabetes? How is gestational diabetes diagnosed? Why does gestational diabetes need to be treated? How is gestational diabetes managed? Healthy eating, physical activity, monitoring your blood glucose levels, medication (if needed), the birth, after the birth, future risks

Title: Give your feet the care they deserve
Summary: Guide to foot health including information on common foot problems and special care for people with diabetes.

Title: Have diabetes? Live well and save money with the NDSS card (community poster)
Summary: This poster is targeted towards the community and provides a brief summary of the NDSS and the benefits of signing up to the NDSS.

Title: Healthy eating clip
Summary: The Healthy eating clip explores healthy eating messages such as different food groups and healthy cooking methods.

Title: Healthy eating factsheet
Summary: Healthy eating is all about enjoying a variety of foods from each of the five food groups

Title: Hypoglycaemia and diabetes
Summary: Hypoglycaemia (also called a 'hypo', low blood glucose or insulin reaction) is when your blood glucose level has dropped too low. This occurs when the level falls below 4 mmol/L although this can vary. While hypoglycaemia can be experienced by people taking certain tablets for their diabetes, it is more common in people who inject insulin. It is not a problem for people who manage their diabetes through a healthy eating plan alone.

Title: Infant of a diabetic mother
Summary: This factsheet overviews potential problems for babies born to mothers with diabetes.

Title: Information sheet on diabetic retinopathy
Summary: Health promotion information sheets on diabetic retinopathy (DR). With information on what DR is, symptoms, who is at risk, what can be done and where to seek help and services. This information is also available in text and audio formats.

Title: Insulin and diabetes
Summary: Information about the role of insulin in the management of diabetes.

Title: Life after gestational diabetes
Summary: This booklet is designed to assist women who have had gestational diabetes, and their families to understand how to take steps to reduce their risk of developing type 2 diabetes.

Title: Linking Kidney Health, Heart Health, Blood Pressure & Diabetes
Summary: People who have diabetes, high blood pressure (hypertension) and/ or cardiovascular disease are at an increased risk of chronic kidney disease. Detection and early management is very important to slow down any damage to the kidneys, and hopefully prevent the need for the transplant or dialysis. Treatment will also reduce the risk of death from heart disease.

Title: Live well with diabetes and the NDSS card - 6 page brochure
Summary: This brochure explains the National Diabetes Services Scheme (NDSS) NDSS and the benefits to joining the NDSS

Title: Live Well with Type 2 Diabetes Brochure
Summary: The brochure covers: How to manage type 2 diabetes, What blood glucose levels should be before and after eating, How to keep healthy, Regular health checks needed

Title: Lower limb amputees - how podiatry can help
Summary: Information on daily hygiene, footwear, nail care and general foot care for lower limb amputees.

Title: Managing hypoglycaemia
Summary: Hypoglycaemia, also known as a hypo, occurs in people with diabetes when their blood glucose level drops below 4mmol/L. Hypos can occur in people with diabetes who take insulin or other types of glucose lowering medications.

Title: Managing my diabetes
Summary: Video that demonstrates on how to best manage your diabetes

Title: Medications for type 2 diabetes
Summary: The fact sheet covers classes of type 2 diabetes medications used in Australia for lowering blood glucose levels.

Title: My diabetes emergency plan be aware, prepare, survive an emergency - print friendly
Summary: My Diabetes Emergency Plan is a 2 page print-friendly resource containing important information that will help people in managing their diabetes during a natural disaster or emergency. The Plan lists their medical details and important contacts and has a checklist for preparing a Diabetes Emergency Kit.

Title: My feet and diabetes
Summary: This video explains how foot care is important to looking after your diabetes.

Title: Nocturia - going to the toilet at night
Summary: Nocturia is when a person has to wake up at night to pass urine. If this happens more than twice a night, it can be a problem.

Title: Physical activity
Summary: Regular physical activity is one of the most important things people can do to improve their health and help manage their diabetes. The more physically active people are, the greater the health benefits will be. But any activity can have health benefits, and some activity is better than none at all.

Title: Physical activity and diabetes
Summary: Information about the effects of diabetes on the body and how to manage them.

Title: Pregnancy and Diabetes
Summary: This fact sheet provides information on pregnancy and diabetes for people with type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

Title: Prevent type 2 diabetes (A4 handout)
Summary: A handout on preventing type 2 diabetes that covers what type 2 diabetes is, the symptoms of type 2 diabetes and how to prevent it.

Title: Sick days and type 2 diabetes
Summary: Everyday illness or infections will nearly always cause a rise in blood glucose levels whether you have type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Therefore, at the earliest sign of any form of illness such as a cold or virus, it is important for you to take action.

Title: Staying Well
Summary: This fact sheet provides information about the most common complications of diabetes, including damage to big blood vessels and small blood vessels, and how to reduce the risk of damage.

Title: The little green book: What you need to know about type 2 diabetes
Summary: The little green book is designed to provide the latest and most useful information for people with type 2 diabetes, their family members and carers. Whether you have been recently diagnosed, or have been managing type 2 diabetes for some time, this book provides facts, figures, tips and useful advice to help you live a healthier life.

Title: Understanding gestational diabetes
Summary: This fact sheet provides information on gestational diabetes.

Title: Understanding type 1 diabetes
Summary: Type 1 diabetes affects about 10-15% of all people living with diabetes. It occurs when the pancreas can’t produce insulin. This happens because the cells that make the insulin (beta cells) have been destroyed by the body’s own immune system.

Title: Understanding type 2 diabetes
Summary: Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes. It affects 80-90% of all people living with diabetes. Type 2 diabetes occurs when the pancreas can’t make enough insulin and the body’s cells can’t respond properly to the insulin that is made. This leads to high blood glucose levels.

Title: What is diabetes?
Summary: This fact sheet provides an overview of the different types of diabetes, diabetes symptoms and diabetes management. It also provides information on how to seek help.

Title: What is type 2 Diabetes?
Summary: Basic information on type 2 Diabetes including symptoms and prevention

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