Nearly 50% would require hospitalisation & a staggering 20% would undergo an amputation
December 2021: India is known as the Diabetes capital of the world. Of the estimated 77 million diabetics in the country, 25% are expected to develop diabetic foot ulcers during their lifetime. Amongst
Dr. V. Mohan, President, Madras Diabetes Research Foundation (MDRF) & Chairman, Dr. Mohan’s Diabetes Specialities Centre, has been ranked and recognised as Tamil Nadu’s topmost scientist-cum-researcher in a list compiled and published by Stanford University, Elsevier BV and SciTech Strategies.
A team from Stanford University along
Adopts Two-pronged Approach to Enhance Diabetes Awareness and Access to Care
Roche Diabetes Care (RDC) India amplified their fight against diabetes this World Diabetes Day through a two-pronged approach of enhancing diabetes awareness and making care more accessible to people with diabetes, in line with this
All you need to know about hepatitis and liver cancer
We have all heard about hepatitis immunization schedule from our friends or family physician. But ever wondered why is it so important? Hepatitis is one of the leading causes of liver inflammation globally and liver cancer
These are trying times for doctors all over the world, especially those dealing with patients living with chronic conditions like Diabetes. Not only is this group of patients more vulnerable to COVID-19, they also have a slower and more difficult recovery period.
Doctors are now dealing