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Diabetes: treatment and complications - the nurse's role

The aim of treatment for diabetes is to alleviate the symptoms, maintain quality of life and slow the progression of specific and non-specific complications. This Part looks at treatments for diabetes and related complications. It also examines the nurse’s role in assessing the health of the person with diabetes and in the delivery of care and its evaluation.

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