Translation of diabetic in Spanish:


diabético, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌdaɪəˈbɛdɪk/ /dʌɪəˈbɛtɪk/

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    (jam/chocolate) para diabéticos
    • A diabetic diet need not mean a complete departure from a normal one; often, a few adjustments will suffice.
    • Since diabetes is seen as a slow killer, diabetic clinics always advise people to take utmost care in their diet.
    • The hospital has a special diabetic care clinic and encourages patients to use the public facilities to exercise, maintain and manage good health.
    • Avoid all artificial sweeteners found in diet drinks and some diabetic foods as these are toxic to the liver and can cause hypoglycaemia and fatigue.
    • She said although 90 per cent of arthritis patients would experience foot problems at some time, specialist foot clinics were scarce, in contrast with diabetic centres.
    • Since diabetics are at high risk for heart disease, avoiding fat and cholesterol is the most important goal of the diabetic diet, and a vegetarian diet is ideal.
    • Prevention with foot hygiene, proper shoes, no self-performed foot surgery, and attendance at diabetic clinic is essential.
    • We did not find a relation between an institution sponsoring a diabetic clinic and monitoring frequency or glycemic control.
    • Duoderm is designed for chronically ill elderly people with non-healing diabetic wounds.
    • Some patients develop diabetic peripheral neuropathy characterised by loss of sensation in the feet.
    • A special photographic process is very helpful in detecting early effects of diabetic retinopathy.
    • Left untreated, diabetic ketoacidosis can lead to a coma and possibly death.
    • Off-loading therapy is a key part of the treatment plan for diabetic foot ulcers.
    • Susan's first thought was that he had died after lapsing into a diabetic coma.
    • The most common and most serious eye complication of diabetes is diabetic retinopathy, which may result in poor vision or even blindness.
    • This mechanism is thought to be important in some forms of laxative abuse, diabetic diarrhoea, and thyrotoxicosis.
    • The newer diabetic drugs and asthma/emphysema drugs have probably extended the mortality of diabetics and asthmatics and former smokers.
    • Time zone changes and altered meal times can result in insulin dependent diabetics becoming hypoglycaemic, though diabetic meals can be provided.
    • The urine ketone dip test was highly sensitive for diabetic ketoacidosis and diabetic ketosis with or without acidosis.
    • Overall, almost half of all Latinos with diabetes had diabetic retinopathy.


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    diabético masculine
    diabética feminine