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مشاهدة النسخة كاملة : تقرير جاهز عن مرض السكري ما عليكم غير تسجلو اسمكم بس


رومنسية العلم
12-03-2009, 03:43 PM
Ministry of Education ...
RAK Zone

School year
2009 \ 2010



Report:
DIABETES







Name:
Grade: Eleven\ scientific section
The supervision of the teacher:


Introduction:
Is a disease where the body is unable to regulate the amount of sugar (Algelkoz) in the blood?
The result Algelkoz in the blood by the liver from foods that are dealt with,
and the level of blood sugar - in the able-bodied - organized by the hormone insulin.
It is produced by the pancreas,

In diabetes, can not Algelkoz blood cells to move and stay in the blood!
This not only harms the cells that need Algelkoz but also detrimental to the nerves and tissues which are constantly at a high level of Gelkoz

Types of diabetes

Type I:
Depends on the pancreas that produce insulin or produces very little quantity is not sufficient to organize Algelkoz in the blood.




And usually occurs in childhood and adolescenc
Causes: (1)
Self-immune disease ..
Since the immune system attacks the body's B cells in the pancreas
It is responsible for the secretion of insulin
This is due to genetic reasons and Orathip.

Type II:
Of the pancreas produces insulin but the cells of the body partially or completely unable to use insulin ..
If the cells resistant to insulin.
And constitute about 90%
And usually occurs after 45 years ..
Treatment can control and weight reduction diet and exercise and take medicines for diabetes by mouth

The risk factors that lead to diabetes type II are as follows:
1 - high pressure
2 - The high proportion of fat in the blood.
3 - obesity ..
4 - Lack of physical activity.
5 - family history of diabetes.
6 - progress in life.

For all types of symptoms:
1 - Fatigue:
It is the body of a patient with diabetes is unable to enter Algelkoz cells, which reduces the energy the body would be cumbersome and tiring on a permanent basis.
2 - because of the lack of weight is not known:
They are not able to benefit from the calories they consume.
3 - severe thirst.
4 - frequent urination.
5 - delayed healing of wounds











Conclusion:


In the end, patients with diabetes is the ordinary person can go about their daily lives with ease and easy, but it must be the health care system and food and periodic Tmarenh sports .

ام مزن
13-03-2009, 06:56 PM
وين الخاتمه ؟؟

ام مزن
13-03-2009, 06:59 PM
أقصد المراجع ..

رومنسية العلم
15-03-2009, 02:02 AM
اسفه علىهل نسو نسيت المراجع وما كنت فاضيه تفضلي المراجع:www.feedo.net/medicalEncyclopedia/HealthAndChronicDiseases/Diabetes/Diabetes.htm

ar.wikipedia.org/wik



www.w4k4.com/vb/gulf-artical7579.html


www.sehha.com/diseases/diabetes/index.htm


www.se77ah.com/30-مرض-السكري

www.iraqcenter.net/vb/45559.html

الجرووح
15-03-2009, 05:32 PM
مشكور ع تقرير الله يعطيج العافية