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Diabetes is a condition in which people have too much glucose in their blood, which can lead to serious health problems. According to Mayo Clinic , complications from diabetes can lead to cardiovascular disease, nerve damage, kidney damage, skin and mouth conditions, osteoporosis, increased risk of Alzheimer’s disease and more.
Typical duties include helping patients to monitor blood sugar levels, minimizing diabetic nerve damage and providing them with nutritional therapy. Like most nursing jobs, diabetes nurse positions also require you to be a teacher. Diabetes nurses teach their patients how to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle through adjusted diet and exercise.
Diabetes nurse jobs may be found in a variety of healthcare facilities, including hospitals, physicians’ offices, schools, clinics and more. A growing number of people in the U.S. are suffering from diabetes, so diabetes nurse positions are expected to continue to increase.
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