As a nurse, you are often tasked with preparing teaching plans to educate your clients. Diabetes insipidus is a condition in which the kidneys aren’t able to control how much water leaves the body. This can lead to things like high blood pressure and kidney failure if left untreated.
In this blog post, we will discuss diabetes insipidus and strategies for educating patients about the condition so they know what precautions they should be taking in order to prevent complications!
Section: Diabetes Insipidus As a nurse, you are often tasked with preparing teaching plans to educate your clients.
There are many symptoms of diabetes insipidus that may go unnoticed or not be attributed correctly at first glance because some such as increased urination (polyuria) can also come from other conditions unrelated to DI.