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What are the statistics in the National Diabetes report?

What are the statistics in the National Diabetes report?

1. INTRODUCTION. The National Diabetes Statistics Report, a periodic publication of the Centers for Disease Control and . Prevention (CDC), provides information on the prevalence and incidence of diabetes and prediabetes, risk factors for complications, acute and long-term complications, deaths, and costs.

What are the symptoms of feline IBS in cats?

We know healing has been possible for many humans and cats, but the roots of the condition have not been well understood, so doctors have not had reliable solutions. The symptoms are regular bouts of diarrhea, constipation, or vomiting. You may also see mucous or blood in the stool. In some cats the only symptom is weight loss.

Where is the British Diabetic Association registered in the UK?

© The British Diabetic Association operating as Diabetes UK, a charity registered in England and Wales (no. 215199) and in Scotland (no. SC039136). A company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales with no. 00339181 and registered office at Wells Lawrence House, 126 Back Church Lane London E1 1FH.

What kind of disease does a feline have?

What are feline IBD and IBS? Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) is an inflammatory immune-reaction syndrome in the gastrointestinal tract. We know healing has been possible for many humans and cats, but the roots of the condition have not been well understood, so doctors have not had reliable solutions.

How often do cats get type 2 diabetes?

Diabetes could affect up to 1 in 230 cats, and may be becoming increasingly common. Diabetes mellitus is less common in cats than in dogs. 80-95% of diabetic cats experience something similar to type-2 diabetes, but are generally severely insulin-dependent by the time symptoms are diagnosed.

When does diabetes in cats go into remission?

Remission occurs when a cat no longer requires treatment for diabetes mellitus, and has normal blood glucose concentrations for at least a month. Approximately one in four cats with type 2-like diabetes achieve remission.

What are the symptoms of diabetes in cats?

Symptoms. In the final stages, the cat starts wasting and the body will breaking down its own fat and muscle to survive. Lethargy or limpness, and acetone-smelling breath are acute symptoms of ketoacidosis and/or dehydration and is a medical emergency. Untreated, diabetes leads to coma and then death.

What should the blood glucose level be for a cat with diabetes?

The aim of therapy is not to produce a series of blood glucose concentrations that are within the reference range, but to produce a blood glucose curve that approaches the reference range and avoids potentially fatal hypoglycemia. A stable cats with diabetes exhibits a blood glucose range of around 120 to 300 mg/dL for most of a 24-hour period.