Jenny, 58 years old, has presented to her GP with fatigue, episodes of blurred v

Jenny, 58 years old, has presented to her GP with fatigue, episodes of blurred vision and slight tingling in her feet. Jenny also mentioned that more recently, she had been very thirsty and frequently going to the toilet to pass urine. Diagnostic testing revealed that Jenny had a high Blood Glucose Reading and Glucose in her urine. Further tests revealed a diagnosis of Diabetes Type 2.This assessment task requires the student to explore the following for a person newly diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes:? Discuss the Epidemiology of Type 2 Diabetes including age of onset, incidence, prevalence, and morbidity and mortality rates within Australia. (500 words). ? Explain the pathophysiology of Type 2 diabetes as it relate to the presenting symptoms. This should include a description of how normal blood glucose control is altered in people who have Type 2 diabetes. (600 words). ? Discuss the Management and nursing care of a person with type 2 diabetes, including medication, frequency of self-testing, along with diet, exercise and education. Include a discussion of the long term possible complications of poorly controlled blood glucose levels. (700 words)This assessment should include a brief introduction and conclusion (approximately 100 words each) and be structured as per the School of Nursing Assessment Handbook. You may use headings for this paper. All information should be supported with current evidence (less than 10 years) from a variety of quality sources such as, peer reviewed articles, government documents, policies, procedures and guidelines, textbooks and other reputable resources. A maximum of three (3) web based resources may be used