Here are 13 nursing care plans (NCP) and nursing diagnoses for diabetes mellitus (DM): 1 Risk for Unstable Blood Glucose. 2 Deficient Knowledge. 3 Risk for Infection. 4 Risk for Disturbed Sensory Perception. 5 Powerlessness. 6 Risk for Ineffective Therapeutic Regimen Management. 7 Risk for Injury.
Diabetes Mellitus – 6 Nanda Nursing Diagnosis 1 Fluid Volume Deficit. 2 Imbalanced Nutrition, Less Than Body Requirements. 3 Risk for Infection. 4 . Knowledge Deficit : about the disease process. 5 Risk for Impaired Skin Integrity. 6 … (more items)
Diabetes Mellitus has different courses of pathophysiology because of it has several types. Insulin is secreted by beta cells in the pancreas and it is an anabolic hormone. When we consume food, insulin moves glucose from blood to muscle, liver, and fat cells as insulin level increases.