Diabetes mellitus is a condition by which a group of metabolic diseases is characterized by chronic hyperglycemia occurring from deficiencies in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both.
The classical classification of diabetes is type 1, type 2, other types, and gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM).
Childhood incident rate of diabetes range from 22.5 per 100000 Australians
In Australia, a higher predominance of T2DM in Aborginal is associated with low area socioeconomic situation (SES)
Increased Diabetes disease ended up with renal function disorders among aboriginals
It is more prevailing in a younger Indigenous Australians and is often headed by a group of hazards, including central obesity, dyslipidaemia, albuminuria and socio-economic disadvantage.
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High Risk Factors
Aboriginal women are 4-8 times as high as those in the general Australian women
Diabetes is a leading cause of coronary heart diseasenand kidney failure in Aboriginal people
Women are a greater incidence rate than their male counterparts. By the age of 60 years, 70% of women and 49% of men expect to have a diagnosis of diabetes.
Poor socio economic background
Practical Health Care Approach
Cultural cultural competent health-care.
Culturally tailored’ or ‘culturally sensitive health programs.
Indigenous involvement in health-care delivery to native people..
Management of Diabetes
Access medical care
Periodic health check up
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