Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Undetected diabetes may double risk of heart attack, periodontitis

New research finds an intriguing link between undetected blood sugar disorders and the development of heart attacks and severe gum disease.

Previous research has pointed to a connection between periodontitis — a chronic condition that affects the gums and bones that support the teeth — and diabetes.

The latter is a major risk factor for the former, with data showing that people with diabetes are three times more likely to develop periodontitis.

Also, the risk of mortality from ischemic heart disease combined with diabetes-related kidney complications is three times higher in people who have both diabetes and severe periodontitis, compared with people who only have diabetes.

Now, new research examines whether there are also links that connect undetected blood sugar disorders — known as dysglycemia — with a heart attackand severe gum disease.

Dr. Anna Norhammar, who is a cardiologist and associate professor at Karolinska Institutet's Department of Medicine, in Solna, Sweden, led the new research. The results appear in the journal Diabetes Care.
Heart attack, periodontitis risk doubled

Dr. Norhammar and colleagues used data from a preexisting study called PAROKRANK, which included 805 participants who had experienced a heart attack — or myocardial infarction — and 805 age- and sex-matched healthy control participants.

Monday, June 10, 2019

Manage Your Diabetic Retinopathy

#DiabeticRetinopathy | #DiabetesCongress2019 | #December 3-4, 2019 #Tokyo _Japan
Diabetes and diabetes-related complications are on the rise. India and China are global leaders having the highest number of people with Diabetes Mellitus (DM). Diabetes, a multisystem disease, can affect small blood vessels (eye, kidney and nerves) larger blood vessels in the body (heart and brain).

Diabetes can cause vision loss and blindness affecting various parts of the eye. Studies say Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) could potentially be an epidemic in India in future, given the increasing number of diabetics, especially in urban areas.The Diabetes Atlas, 2015, published by the International Diabetes Federation said that 8.7% Indians — around seven crore — are diabetic. The number is expected to go up to 12 crore by 2040.

As per data from various epidemiological and screening programmes, the proportion of diabetic eye diseases in people with DM include refractive errors in 60% (needing power glasses), cataract in 40%, glaucoma 5% and Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) affecting small vessels of retina in 20%. LVPEI being a tertiary referral centre, about 70% of OPD patients are those suffering from DR. And out of all DR patients, 30-40% have irreversible vision loss.

Management of DR:

The three important numbers to remember in the management of DR are:

• Hba1c (Glycosylated Haemoglobin) level should be ≤ 7 gm%. Hba1c levels help us to know the three months control of diabetes. It also has an advantage as its estimation is not influenced by food intake
• Blood pressure levels should be at ≤ 130/80 mm of Hg
• Serum lipid levels should be normal

Friday, June 7, 2019



#Diabetes and Its #Complication | #DiabetesCongress2019 | #December 3-4, 2019 #Tokyo_Japan

When people with diabetes experience #leg_pain, it may be the result of #nerve_damage. Nerve damage can occur if a person with diabetes does not receive treatment or is unable to manage their #blood_sugar_levels.

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Thursday, June 6, 2019

Diabetes And its Complications

3rd Annual Congress on

Diabetes and Its Complications

Sunday, June 2, 2019

Make your mark at #DiabetesCongress2019

Dear Colleagues, 

Warm greetings from #DiabetesCongress2019! 

I hope you are doing well and I am glad to reach you like this. 

In light of your renowned research and expertise, we are pleased to welcome you as our Invited speaker for 3rd Annual Congress on Diabetes and Its Complications which is scheduled in Tokyo, Japan during December 04-05, 2019

This conference aim is to bring together leading academic Scientists, Researchers, Engineers, and Industrialists to share their experiences and research results in their ongoing project. We consider this a fantastic occasion to attend this conference along with your research member(s), with a view to conducting an exclusive session to discuss the novel technologies and innovative methods in your area of expertise. 

In addition to Speeches, Posters presentations, Workshops, and Discussions, the conference also offers an unparalleled time for renewing professional relationships, for networking and for keeping up-to-date with variations in your challenging and expanding research work. Diabetes Congress 2019 provides a platform of international standards where you can discuss and influence regarding key advances in Diabetes and its Complications. 

· Diabetes and Types of Diabetes 
· Diabetes and Endocrinology 
· Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes 
· Diet and Weight Management 
· Diabetic Nephropathy 
· Diabetic Neuropathy 
· Diabetic Retinopathy 
· Gestational diabetes (GDM) 
· Diabetes: Oral complications 
· Diabetes and cardiovascular disease 
· Diabetics and Pancreas 
· Diabetes and Periodontitis 
· Diabetes and Skin Complications 
· Diabetes and Foot Complications 
· Diabetes and Gastroparesis 
· Diabetes and HHNS 
· Diabetes and DKA 
· Current Trends & Advancements in Diabetes Research 
· Diabetes and Mental Health 
· Diabetes Care and prevention 
· Diagnosis of Diabetes 
· Alternative therapies 
· Global Diabetes Market

For conference highlights and program, please go to #DiabetesCongress2019

Do not hesitate to contact me for any queries regarding the conference or any other aspect of our work. 

I am looking forward to your early reply. Thank you for your valuable time. 
Thank you, have a great day. 

Best Regards,
Diana Florence
Program Manager | Diabetes Congress 2019 
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Thursday, May 30, 2019

3rd Annual Congress on Diabetes and Its Complications| December 04-05, 2019 Tokyo, Japan

Global Diabetes Injection Pens Market Professional Survey With Product Specification & Regional Analysis(2019-2025)

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This report focuses on Diabetes Therapeutics and Diagnostics volume and value at global level, regional level and company level. From a global perspective, this report represents overall Diabetes Therapeutics and Diagnostics market size by analyzing historical data and future prospect. Regionally, this report focuses on several key regions: North America, Europe, China and Japan

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Type 2 diabetes: Having this mood disorder could mean you have symptoms of type 2 diabetes

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Type 2 diabetes plays havoc on one’s health with the increase of blood sugar levels. The symptoms of diabetes does not just affect a person physically but can affect you emotionally too. It occurs when the blood glucose levels are too high. In type 2 diabetes, the body doesn’t make enough insulin and when too much glucose stays in the blood it doesn’t reach the cells properly. This causes major health problems such as blurred vision, sores that don’t heal properly and a numbness or tingling feeling in your hands or feet.

Diabetes can affect a person’s mood causing rapid and severe changes. Feelings such as irritability, high emotions that causes a person to cry for no reason or even anger are common symptoms of type 2 diabetes.The reason for this is due to the brain not getting enough glucose.

As the brain is the center for thoughts and emotions, it needs glucose to function properly and if it doesn’t function properly it can cause your brain to go haywire.

Ways to help with the change in mood caused by type 2 diabetes:

Expressing your emotions to loved ones and work colleagues is the first step to helping you feel better. Offloading some of what you’re feeling has many benefits. Sharing the burden will help you feel less alone and can take a weight off your mind.

Having to pay close attention to what you eat can be stressful and some people find they eat more when they are stressed. The food we eat has a major impact on how we feel as many processed foods and saturated fats will make you feel worse. Choosing a healthy well-balanced diet will not only help you blood sugar levels but will also make you feel better.

Exercising makes you feel better as the endorphins released will elevate your mood. When you exercise the insulin resistance is decreased and the cells can use the glucose in the body more effectively. Exercise will not only help you physically but emotionally too.