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Patient suffering from Diabetes/BP
Patient over 80 years of age Chronic Diabetes (On insulin for over 15 years) Gall Bladder removed (over 30 years ago) Not able to walk (extreme weakness) Loss of appetite (2-3 months) Cretinine (6 points) High BP (199/90)
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Patient having Diabetic Nephropathy... BP should be controlled tightly Need to consult nephrologist
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FBS, PP, Hba1c, lipid profile, egfr
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diabetic and renal diet salt restrictions exercise
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