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In the recent past, diabetes health issues have been of great concern to nearly in the whole worlds’ young population. This indeed is calling for a dire need of intervention which cannot be denied under any circumstances. Medical practitioners from the United States of America research statistics show that 21% of the Americas population specifically the population comprising of the young is having vascular problems. Human activities especially the foods consumed by the present population are some of the major factors being held responsible for the cause of the diabetic diseases in human beings today.
Diabetic health services interventions require a proper understanding of the affected persons prior to the patient’s health status, the person’s medical needs, the patients’ health risk resources and even the capacities of certain personalities. In most occasions if not all, health interventions are basically designed to ensure that general health benefits is provided to the sufficient population figure. Deeper as the interventions may be, it is always or should always be based on the principle of evidence based medical practices with the demonstrated public health benefit preferred. Obesity in this case is believed to be the major associate of the diabetes disease amongst the young populations. From statistics based on the studies carried out, it was established that about two to three of the American kids are obese or overweight. Diabetes is believed by medical practitioners to be a serious disease and has bad outcomes for over ten to twenty years (Eisenberg et al 2003).
Diabetes 2 in children or young population is caused by the combination of the insensitivity to insulin and the beta-cell secretion failure. The insensitivity in the insulin can be attributed to by both environmental and genetic factors and the low number of beta-cells in the body reserve that do include obesity, family history of type 2 diabetes, sedentary behavior, low birth weight, puberty, exposure to diabetes in the uterus, the female gender and obesity. From the above factors, environmental factors are known to the major contributing factors towards the development of type 2 diabetes which is as a result of industrialization and globalization which do create an excess of high density. It also leads to the formation of the low nutrient foods stuffs and even drinks around the world thus making most of the kids that consume it to be sedentary and unfit. As a result of this, most kids become obese which considered as a major risk factor to type 2 diabetes (Kroll, 1995).
Another study by Desch et al (2010) conducted for 102 patients with diabetes mellitus or prehypertension/stage 1 hypertension and established cardiovascular end-organ damage. Patients were randomly received either 6 or 25 g/day of flavanol-rich dark chocolate. The duration was 3 months. As a result dark chocolate associated with lower BP in the higher-dose group and the study observes a slight increase in body weight (0.8 kg, 95% confidence interval 0.06 to 1.6). Grassi et al (2005) carry out that if intake chocolate as a part of healthy diet and balance caloric intake might provide some benefit for heart health. The study conducted in the Declaration of Helsinki of the World Medical Association for 25 to 60 subjects.
Quicker and effective and efficient response by the medical personnel can save a great deal in vascular disease problems. Public health awareness on such ailments should be encouraged to sensitize the population on the potential effects from the diseases. Treatment of diabetes are usually carried out to gain both the physical and the psychological well-being and the long-term control of the blood glucose in the body. In addition to this, the procedure is also monitored through the prevention of the micro vascular complication and the macro-vascular diseases but its preferred to adminster insulin therapy to children compared to adults as there is limited intervention mechanisms established in response to this.
Approaches like Nanotechnology do have the potential to bring significant impact on the application of radiological processes to human health and medical science in general. Nanotechnology will be crucial in complementing radiological processes in treating and managing different ailments, like the deadly cancer. Even though radiation and chemotherapy are the key methods used in treating ailments like cancer, they bring about very adverse side effects which could be alleviated by use of nano devices which can enable scientists detect changes in the molecular set up of an individual and hence be able to avert any cancer outcomes (Freitas 18). Therefore nanotechnology can assist in overcome the current challenges in radiology therapy for diseases like cancer. Use of nanotechnology can assist me as a radiologist in future to interpret molecular images more easily than it is possible now.
The rationale of this presentation is to convince all participants that the fact diabetes diseases do exist doesn't mean that a proper intervention doesn't exist, effective and efficient medical interventions do exist. Many have been diagnosed and got the solutions medically. Adequate information from the patient’s assessments will lead effective medical intervention to patient’s proper information leads to sensible decision in intervention and effective evaluation in intervention (Foster, 1993)
The history of the disease should be understood with proper examination of the body parts followed by the evaluation of the peripheral circulation using non invasive techniques. Potential interventions should be made on regular basis and notification given to the relevant personnel for proper intervention in case of unexpected outcome. Monitoring and continuous assessment should therefore be implemented.
In conclusion therefore, other approaches like nanotechnology has the potential of significantly altering the future of medical imaging and hence providing a bigger window of opportunity in understanding some of the most challenging medical conditions facing human beings.