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The Role of the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist in Caring for Diabetes Complications and Common Comorbid Conditions

The Role of the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist in Caring for Diabetes Complications and... IN PRACTICE meeting treatment targets, when complicating are necessary components of prediabetes and PRACTICE PAPER factors develop, and when transitions in life and diabetes treatment plans as well as improving care occur. As a frequent provider of DSMES CVD risk. or as part of interprofessional care, the DCES is Body weight measurements, with a body positioned to assist with the overall coordination mass index (BMI) calculation, should be of diabetes care, including strategies to prevent conducted annually or more frequently. The and manage diabetes-related comorbidities. DCES understands the need to be mindful of an individual’s comfort during body weight Cardiometabolic Disease measurements and is skilled in approaching The Role of the Diabetes Care People with diabetes are at a significantly discussions with the PWD about body weight, the increased risk of developing heart failure and BMI category, and eating habits in a respectful and 6,7 atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD). and Education Specialist in Caring nonjudgmental way. People with diabetes and In addition, prediabetes is considered a risk factor overweight or obesity should be referred to MNT, for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Manifestations DSMES, and in the presence of weight-related of cardiometabolic disease may include acute for Diabetes Complications and distress http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png ADCES in Practice SAGE

The Role of the Diabetes Care and Education Specialist in Caring for Diabetes Complications and Common Comorbid Conditions

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Publisher
SAGE
Copyright
© 2021 by the American Association of Diabetes Educators
ISSN
2633-559X
eISSN
2633-5603
DOI
10.1177/2633559X211002805
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Abstract

IN PRACTICE meeting treatment targets, when complicating are necessary components of prediabetes and PRACTICE PAPER factors develop, and when transitions in life and diabetes treatment plans as well as improving care occur. As a frequent provider of DSMES CVD risk. or as part of interprofessional care, the DCES is Body weight measurements, with a body positioned to assist with the overall coordination mass index (BMI) calculation, should be of diabetes care, including strategies to prevent conducted annually or more frequently. The and manage diabetes-related comorbidities. DCES understands the need to be mindful of an individual’s comfort during body weight Cardiometabolic Disease measurements and is skilled in approaching The Role of the Diabetes Care People with diabetes are at a significantly discussions with the PWD about body weight, the increased risk of developing heart failure and BMI category, and eating habits in a respectful and 6,7 atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD). and Education Specialist in Caring nonjudgmental way. People with diabetes and In addition, prediabetes is considered a risk factor overweight or obesity should be referred to MNT, for cardiovascular disease (CVD). Manifestations DSMES, and in the presence of weight-related of cardiometabolic disease may include acute for Diabetes Complications and distress

Journal

ADCES in PracticeSAGE

Published: Jan 1, 2021

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