Jeanne Kelly Birth Souza Lusa Oliveira Figueiredo Tammy Dos Santos MIguez Cross Presentation The Diabetes Mellitos (DM) is a syndrome of multiple, decurrent etiology of the lack of insulina and or the incapacity of the insulina to exert adequately its effect. It is characterized for chronic hiperglicemia with riots of the metabolism of the carboidratos, lipdeos and proteins. The consequences of the DM, in the long run, include disfuno and bankruptcy of some agencies, especially sanguineous kidneys, eyes, nerves, heart and vases (BRAZIL, 2001). This project aims at together with to work with Diabetes Mellitos Program of Health of the Family III Alda Barros de Lacerda, located in the Quarter Luzia Saint of the City of Barrier, through lecture that will be carried through in the headquarters of the Pastoral of the child. to follow we go to verify the level of knowledge acquired for these diabetic patients.
Diabetes Type I results primarily of destruction of the pancreticas cells beta and has trend to cetoacidose. This type occurs in surrounds de5 a10% of the diabetic ones. It includes cases decurrent of auto-immune illness and those in which the cause of the destruction of the cells beta is not known, dividing itself in: imunomediado, idioptico (Brazil, 2001). Diabetes Type II results, in general, of changeable degrees of resistance to the insulina and insulina relative secretion deficiency. The DM type 2 is, today, considered part of the call plurimetablica syndrome or resistance to the insulina and occurs in 90% of the diabetic patients (Brazil, 2001). Our purpose and to transmit orientaes necessary, same them to get a more healthful life, specifically with control of the glicmicos levels, adequate feeding and it practises of exercise and the medication use. This project of research if justifies for the sum of if understanding some aspects that characterize the co-morbidades and the necessity of concrete orientaes to the diabetic patients, and then to assist them to understand it its main difficulties with regard to the illness and its treatment, thus reaching, one better condition of health.