ICD-10 (international classification of diseases) diabetes

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ICD 10 diabetes mellitusthe ICD-10 (international classification of diseases) since 2007 is the basis for encoding all known medical diagnoses. According to ICD 10 diabetes mellitus is an endocrine disease due to absolute or relative deficiency of insulin that leads to hyperglycemia (persistent increase in blood glucose). This disease is associated with impaired fat, carbohydrate, protein, water-salt and mineral metabolism.

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Classification by ICD 10

currently, there are diabetes type 1 and 2, gestational diabetes, etc. When the 1st type there is a deficit of synthesis of proinsulin and hyperglycemia In type 1 needed hormone replacement therapy. Diabetes of the 2nd type, as a rule, typical for overweight people. For I (easy) the degree of inherent disease low blood glucose level (8 mmol/l), the absence of large fluctuations in blood sugar, low daily glucosuria. In this case, to achieve a compensated state helps diet. For II (average) extent of the disease characterized by increased fasting glucose (14 mmol/l). Generally, per diem rates of glycosuria does not exceed 40 g/L. used For the treatment of diet, antidiabetic oral agents or insulin. II (severe) extent of disease has a high blood glucose levels (more than 14 mmol/l), sharp fluctuations in blood sugar, high levels of glycosuria.

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Symptoms and complications ICD 10

Doctors distinguish primary and secondary symptoms of the disease. To basic include increased and more frequent secretion of urine, increased thirst, constant hunger. Secondary symptoms develop gradually and are nonspecific.

diabetes dangerous complications, which can develop in just a few days or hours;

diabetic ketoacidosis (occurs after infection, trauma or malnutrition).Possible loss of consciousness;

- hypoglycemia (drastically reduced the level of glucose from an overdose of hypoglycemic drugs or alcohol);

- hyperosmolar coma (occurs in elderly patients suffering from prolonged dehydration

- laktatsidoticheskaya coma (typical for older patients, may cause dizziness, sudden drop in blood pressure).

currently it is proved that diabetes has a genetic predisposition, although the very nature of inheritance is not yet fully understood. It is known that in the presence of diabetes in one parent, the probability of occurrence of the disease in children the first type is 10% and the other 80%.