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Diabetes



OBESITY, TYPE 2 DIABETES & CHOOSE MY PLATE

Overview of federal government's new food icons MyPlate (which replaced MyPyramid) geared toward people who are obese, "pre-diabetic," or diagnosed with diabetes. Also provides information about general nutrition, diabetes, losing weight, taming portion sizes, and the benefits of physical activity.

DVD (Region 1) / 2013 / () / 15 minutes

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MANAGING DIABETES IN THE HOSPITAL

By Thomas Donner, MD

Hyperglycemia is an increasingly common and often complex condition to manage in the inpatient setting. Numerous clinical studies have shown a link between uncontrolled diabetes and poor clinical outcomes in a number of inpatient settings. In this program, Thomas Donner, MD, an endocrinologist and the Director of the Joslin Diabetes Center at the University Of Maryland School Of Medicine, provides a detailed look at the challenges of managing glucose levels in hospitalized patients. He describes the rationale for tight glycemic control, provides the how and why to implement intensive insulin therapy, and offers expert guidance on transitioning inpatients back to their homes


DVD / 2009 / () / 60 minutes

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ASSISTING PATIENTS WHO NEED LIFESTYLE CHANGES

By Joseph Giangola, MD

This program provides nonpharmacologic approaches to slowing disease progression and improving the quality of life of patients with chronic disease. It focuses on educational and counseling strategies to help patients improve their diet and nutrition, increase their physical activity, and enhance their problem-solving and coping skills. The strategies that Dr. Giangola and his team employ at their center to help patients with diabetes make healthy lifestyle changes can also be used to assist patients with heart disease, the metabolic syndrome, cancer, or other chronic illnesses. The lifestyle changes program that is discussed in this video is emblematic of other hospital-based education programs in the United States that are accredited by the American Diabetes Association.


DVD / 2006 / () / 60 minutes

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OBESITY & TYPE 2 DIABETES

New viedo explains the connections between obesity and type 2 diabetes. Discusses damage caused by free fatty acids and other ways in which obesity contributes to diabetes and heart disease. Lots of tips on how to move more and eat less.

DVD (Region 1) / 2006 / () / 19 minutes

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CHOOSING AND PLANNING MEALS FOR THE PERSON WITH DIABETES

Nutrition is the foundation of your diabetes management. The key to managing this disease begins with understanding the changes necessary to maintain a healthy lifestyle.

DVD / 2005 / () / 27 minutes

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DIABETES: A TEAM EFFORT

Parents & kids talk about their feelings. Interviewees share feelings, such as anger, unfairness, frustration, and vulnerability, and how they cope with these feelings.

DVD (Region 1) / 2005 / () / 20 minutes

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STAYING IN BALANCE: INTRO TO TYPE 1 DIABETES

Lively program features interviews with children and teens. Emphasizes diabetes is not their fault and that insulin shots are not painful. Shows how to monitor blood glucose; explains symptoms of hypoglycemia and how to treat it.

DVD (Region 1) / 2005 / () / 16 minutes

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STRESS, DEPRESSION & DIABETES

Stress and depression act on the parts of the brain that contribute to the regulation of both appetite and blood sugar. In addition, both conditions influence a person's lifestyle choices; no wonder they can wreak havoc with the management of diabetes. Diabetes can act as a stress and cause depression; helpful suggestions on how to manage this complex interaction.

DVD (Region 1) / 2005 / () / 20 minutes

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WHAT IS DIABETES?

Di Mellitus is a chronic disease characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from a defect in insulin secretion, insulin action or both. This program is designed to provide insight on what diabetes does to a person's body, the various types of diabetes, complications associated with this disease and important steps to prevent or decrease the risk of complications.

DVD / 2005 / () / 14 minutes

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CHILDREN, TEENS & TYPE 2 DIABETES

This title defines type 2 diabetes; explains how being overweight and sedentary combines with genetic factors in causing type 2 diabetes; describes how families can support children and teens with dietary and other lifestyle habits; gives a variety of dietary suggestions that allow teens to still eat with their friends and presents "kid-friendly" exercise choices. Describes how to utilize the support of a registered dietitian, the health care team and even others in the community in managing diabetes.

DVD (Region 1) / 2003 / () / 18 minutes

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GESTATIONAL DIABETES

This program describes the development of gestational diabetes. The role of diet as a factor in prevention & treatment is discussed. Exercise choices are presented. Answers to the most frequently asked questions are provided.

DVD (Region 1) / 2003 / () / 18 minutes

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KIDNEY DISEASE & DIABETES

The stages of renal disease are described. There is an emphasis on prevention and treatment of each stage. Easy to understand discussion of renal physiology is presented.

DVD (Region 1) / 2001 / () / 18 minutes

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WOMEN & DIABETES

Learn how puberty, the menstrual cycle, pregnancy and menopause affect blood sugar maintenance. This program also covers the important, yet often not discussed topic of how diabetes affects women's psychological and physical sexual health. Gender-specific differences, including cardiovascular risk factors, child and teenage obesity, and weight management issues discussed. Covers type 1 and type 2 diabetes.

DVD (Region 1) / 2001 / () / 18 minutes

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DIABETES: A COMPREHENSIVE UPDATE

Diabetes knows no prejudice, it strikes the young and the old, from every race and demographic. If left to its own devices, the disease can be debilitating, but with proper treatment, those with diabetes can expect to enjoy a healthy life. This comprehensive program identifies the different types of diabetes, available medication, and acute and long-term complications associated with this disease. Learn key factors to help your patients manage their diabetes through a better understanding of the disease itself and the medication used to treat it.

DVD / 2000 / () / 50 minutes

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DIABETES: HOME MONITORING OF GLUCOSE LEVELS

Self-monitoring of blood glucose is an important component of routine diabetes care. Monitoring your blood glucose lets you know if your exercise program is effective, if your medication and dosage are right for you and if you have consumed too many carbohydrates. This program demonstrates the procedures for home blood glucose monitoring and emphasizes that this type of blood sugar monitoring may be the single most important way to know how your treatment is working.

DVD / 2000 / () / 14 minutes

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DIABETES: WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU ARE SICK

During times of illness it can be particularly difficult to keep blood sugars in control. This program will focus on two specific areas of diabetes self-management; sick days and foot care.

DVD / 2000 / () / 10 minutes

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DIABETES UPDATE: ADVANCES IN RESEARCH THERAPY

Brian R. Tulloch, MD; Craig Hanis, PhD; Sherwyn L. Schwartz, MD; Stanley Feld, MD

Diabetes and kidney disease current and future therapy; diabetes control and complications trials; complications and mortality rate among Mexican Americans with Type 2; introduce a system for intensive self management of Diabetes Mellitus.


DVD / / () / 60 minutes

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DIABETES: DCCT

Barbara Walz, RN, BSN, CDE; Jerome Fischer, MD; Christy Franckoviak, RD

Disease management of diabetes, w/ special emphasis given to the results of the DCCT trial and tight glucose control. Intensive insulin management and insulin pump therapy will also be discussed.


DVD / / () / 90 minutes

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MANAGEMENT OF THE DIABETIC PATIENT WHILE TUBE FEEDING

Leigh B. Bak, RN, MS, CDE; Kathy Heard, RN, MSN; Genevieve P. Kearney, MS, RD, CD-N

This program identifies situations when enteral nutrition via tube feeding would be indicated; identifies appropriate enteral formulas for diabetic patients receiving tube feedings; discusses complications of tube feedings and strategies to avoid and or minimize risks; states and issues unique to managing the diabetic patient who is being tube fed; identifies strategies to maintain acceptable blood sugars in patients with diabetes on enteral feedings.


DVD / / () / 60 minutes

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RATIONALE FOR ACHIEVING OPTIMAL GLYCEMIC CONTROL IN DIABETIC PATIENTS

R. Keith Campbell, RPh, FASHP, CDE; Julie C. Oki, PharmD, BCPS

Provide an update on the treatment of diabetes, including a review of the rationale for and means of achieving optimal glycemic control. Specific topics covered include: Discussion of the rationale for achieving optimal glycemic control in both type I and type II diabetic patients; Recent advances which may aid in achieving optimal glycemic control in type II diabetic patients; Methods to improve glycemic control in patients with type I diabetes.


DVD / / () / 60 minutes

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TREATMENT OF TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS: A SOUND APPROACH BASED UPON ITS PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

Ralph A. DeFronzo, MD

This program is designed to give family care physicians, as well as other healthcare professionals, a better understanding of diabetes mellitus.The program features a leading medical expert giving a presentation on the treatment of Type 2 diabetes based upon its pathophysiology. The program also addresses goals for treatment, currently available medications and the prevention of complications


DVD / / () / 60 minutes

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WHAT EVERY PHYSICIAN WANTS THEIR PATIENTS TO KNOW: DIABETIC NEUROPATHY

Diabetes is growing at an alarming rate. This video provides the latest strategies for diagnosing and treating various types of nerve pain originating from diabetes. Dr. Jeffrey Nelson addresses the serious issues related to diabetic neuropathy, including discussions of the use of proper foot care, anti-seizure medications and antidepressants to manage the disease.

DVD / / () / 11 minutes

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