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Gangrene

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Jun, 2020

Limb saving procedure saves Diabetic patient during Lockdown

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Amidst the lockdown Wockhardt Hospitals is fully geared up to manage and treat conditions of various specialities in an emergency situation.Our dedicated staff is fully trained and under strict safety the hospital is ready to face and provide medical services to its patients. A 65 year old lady with uncontrolled diabetes mellitus presented with severe foot infection and septicaemia. Her great toe was already amputated 10 days back but infection…

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Diabetes

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Nov, 2019

New Modalities in Treatment and Managing Diabetes and Complications

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The most common non communicable disease affecting India today is Diabetes Mellitus. It is a metabolic disorder, in which an individual has an increased level of blood sugar. As per research, it currently affects an estimated 143 million people worldwide and the number is growing rapidly. General line of treatment is antidiabetic medicine modalities and lifestyle modifications. However there are new areas of development in some areas for management of…

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diabetes

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Nov, 2019

World Diabetes Day

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The most common non-communicable disease affecting India today is Diabetes Mellitus. It is a metabolic disorder, in which an individual has an increased level of blood sugar. As per research, it currently affects an estimated 143 million people worldwide…

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diabetes

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Nov, 2019

Symptoms of Diabetes – Endocrinology

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The most common non communicable disease affecting India today is Diabetes Mellitus. It is a metabolic disorder, in which an individual has an increased level of blood sugar. As per research, it currently affects an estimated 143 million people worldwide and the number is growing rapidly. In India, about 5 per cent population suffers from diabetes. Diabetes can be regarded as a potential epidemic in India with more than 62…

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