Diabetes Insipidus

Nur 3125 Pathophysiology paper, discussions , presentation and the future

I have specific topics that I need to write 1 APA paper , 11 slide presentation with slide

The Topic is Diabetes Insipidus

Presentation Information

Select one of the conditions/issues listed below for the Respiratory System, Cardiovascular System, or Endocrine System.

  • Investigate your selected classical condition* with at least 2 current (within past 5 years) professional (not patient-focused) peer-reviewed resources (may use the textbook in addition to the 2 resources), 1 of these must be the latest clinical guidelines – and post a teaching power point presentation for your peers. Do not include patient-focused resources in your references. Write your slides using professional terminology. You are expected to include risk factors or causes, pathophysiology, clinical manifestations, ways to prevent or slow progression, treatments, and key interprofessional collaboration on a maximum of 11 slides (including references) with a minimum font of 18. The last slide should be references.
  • You may narrate the presentation or use Panopto if you would like. This is not required. You may also use a web-based presentation program other than power point provided all students can access the program.
  • Scholarly writing criteria: Use upper and lower case. Use professional terms (eg. MI rather than heart attack). Cite your source(s) on each page –including pictures– using APA format.
Answer preview

Diabetes insipidus is an uncommon disorder that causes an imbalance in body fluids. The major cause is the deficiency of hormone arginine vasopressin(AVP)  from the pituitary gland and hypothalamus  (Christ et al., 2019). This lead is also known as central diabetes insipidus. Diabetes insipidus causes diuresis-excessive production of un concentrated urine due to impairment in re-absorption of water in the kidney. Other than the deficiency of AVP, another common cause of diabetes insipidus is the resistance of AVP in the kidneys (Christ et al., 2019). This refers to the nephrogenic diabetes insipidus.