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Good morning I am Lesley Hack from Boca Veterinary and today'spresentation focuses on diabetes which is alsoknown as diabetes mellitus,s and s and the aim of these littlepresentations is to help you, the owner, understand this disease so they can better helpyour
who has this problem. Here we have at very basic schematic of thebody as it relates to sugar transportation.These represent the cells of the body these are all musclecells and require energyorder to move arounddo the everyday functions of live. Theserepresent the blood supply that carries the sugarmolecules between the cells and this represents the brain. You maynotice
that the blood vessels carrying sugar godirectly to the brain. However, there is gap between those bloodvessels and the cells. So a sugar molecule is able to move along this blood supply and directly reach the brain withoutthe need of anything to carry it into the brain. However, the cells have a problem. We assume this hasjust eaten breakfast and therefore its blood sugar isincreasing as it digests its food
these little red caps illustrate the blood sugar supply andtheir increasing because we've just had a meal. They are the sugar molecules are able to directlyreach the brain and be used as an energy source by thebrain. However, these cells are essentially starving. This is starvation amidst plenty. Thecells have no way to access that sugar.
The cells are standing there begging forfood. There's plenty of food they cannot get it. In the normal course ofevents the body makes insulin to help deal with this situation. In the diabeticpatient who does not make any insulin we have to help. We have to supply insulin so that each and every cell is able to had some energy.
Now how does the insulin work? Well thesugar molecule attaches to the insulin, which transports it into the cell. It detaches to be used as an energy source. Sugar attachesto insulin insulin carries it into the cell. Itdetaches to be used for energy. This processoccurs naturally every time a normalindividual has a meal. We eat, blood sugar goes up, body makes insulin,