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Why Every Nurse Should Know How to Manage Diabetes

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Eight percent of the U.S. population has diabetes. That's 28 million people in the United States alone. This number has tripled over the last 3 decades with no sign of relief. With so many diabetic Americans, it's no surprise that over 11% of hospital patients are diabetic. In the hospital setting, a diabetic diagnosis can mean the difference in care provided. That's why it's important for all nurses to be fluent in diabetes education and stay up-to-date on the latest information to provide the best care possible for their patients. In this episode, host Kathryn Zox interviews Rosanna Mazzatto, a Registered Nurse in Brooklyn, NY, who takes pride in applying her knowledge and skills to assist in restoring each individual to an optimal state of health.

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About Rosanna Mazzatto RN:

With an undergraduate degree from Boston University, Rosanna also studied advanced Biology at UNLV and received a nursing degree from St. Paul’s School of Nursing. She has worked with patients battling cancer, and individuals post surgery or traumatic injury. Rosanna takes pride in applying her knowledge and skills to assist in restoring each individual to an optimal state of health.

In constant pursuit of knowledge and remaining on the cutting-edge of effective interventions, Rosanna is also an independent Nurse Researcher focusing on ways to naturally heal and reverse damage caused by disease processes.

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