Type 2 diabetes mellitus T2DM is a common clinical chronic disease, while its pathogenesis is still inconclusive. Intestinal flora, the largest micro-ecological system in the human body, is involved in, meanwhile has a major impact on the body's material and energy metabolism. Recent studies have shown that in addition to obesity, genetics, and islet dysfunction, the disturbance of intestinal flora may partly give rise to diabetes. In this paper, we summarized the current research on the correlation between T2DM and intestinal flora, and concluded the pathological mechanisms of intestinal flora involved in T2DM. Moreover, the ideas and methods of prevention and treatment of T2DM based on intestinal flora were proposed, providing theoretical basis and literature reference for the treatment of T2DM and its complications based on the regulation of intestinal flora. Keywords: Intestinal flora; Research progress; Type 2 diabetes mellitus.
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Glucose measuring devices such as finger-stick devices are not accurate enough for diagnosis but may be used as a quick indicator of high blood glucose. Signs and Symptoms of diabetes may include, frequent urination. Your body gathers the excess glucose that was not successfully broken down with insulin, and turns it into a waste product and is expelled from your body in urine. Since this may cause more of an output than input, the person may be at risk for….
Two-thirds of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus T2DM have arterial hypertension. Hypertension increases the incidence of both micro- and macrovascular complications in these patients, while the co-existence of these two major risk factors leads to a four-fold increased risk for cardiovascular disease CVD compared with normotensive non-diabetic controls. The aim of this article is to comprehensively review the literature and present updated information on targets for blood pressure BP and on the management of hypertension in patients with T2DM.