JCD – Vol 4 – Issue 2

Study of Thyrodiabetes in a Tertiary Care Hospital Dr. Biswajit Roy, Prof Samar Banerjee Diabetes mellitus is a common endocrine as well as a multisystem disorder, characterized by hyperglycemia, resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action or both. Diabetes is a health problem affecting the population worldwide in general and India in particular. Uncontrolled […]

JCD – Vol 4 – Issue 1

 Mind Your Step Saptarshi Mukhopadhyay, Sarmistha Mukherjee A 58-year-old male from Chinsurah presented to a primary care physician with history of low-grade fever for last 3 weeks. Fever was associated with occasional productive cough. By occupation,he was a farmer. He was a diabetic but non-hypertensive and was on treatment with Glipizide and Metformin combination. No […]

JCD – Vol 3 – Issue 4

JCD – VOL 3 – ISSUE 4 Prevention and Cure of Diabetes, 2017: A Review Dr. Saugat Dasguptaa, Prof. Jotideb Mukhopadhyay This review offers a discussion of various strategies for prevention of and possible cure for diabetes mellitus (DM); it includes results from various clinical trials targeting patients at high risk of developing DM. Read […]

Update – 2nd National Congress

2nd National Congress on Clinical Diabetes – 8th and 9th April 2017, Kolkata.

JCD – Vol 3 – Issue 3

  Make in India ‘A Single Step Procedure’ – To Diagnose Gestational Diabetes Mellitus is the Pride of the Nation Dr. V. Seshiah, Dr. Hema Divakar, Dr. Vijayam Balaji, Dr. C. Anjalakshi, Dr. Anil Kapur, Dr. Samar Banarjee, Dr. Anuj Maheshwari, Dr. Sunil Gupta Gestation diabetes mellitus is defined as any degree of glucose intolerance […]

JCD – Vol 3 – Issue 2

Determining the Frequency of Metabolic Syndrome Among Patients with Gout Elahe Elhami, Channaraya. V The first description of patients with clustering of various metabolic abnormalities such as hypertension, hyperglycaemia, and hyperuricaemia, was observed as early as 1923, but it was more than five decades after this observation, in 1988, that Reaven coined the term syndrome […]

JCD – Vol 3 – Issue 1

Conclave and Consensus of 11th Diabetes and Pregnancy Study Group India Conference at Delhi on 21st and 22nd Feb 2016 Prof. S.V. Madhu, Dr. Anil Kapur, Dr. Rajeev Chawla, Prof. Dr. V. Balaji, Dr. Brij Makkar, Dr. Hema Diwakar Single step testing using 75 g oral glucose & measuring plasma glucose 2 hour after ingestion. […]

JCD – Vol 2 – Issue 4

Alarming Frequency of Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM)  Attending a Tertiary Care Hospital in Bangladesh Nusrat-Sultana, Hasanat MA, Sharmin-Jahan,  Mashfiqul-Hasan, Sandesh-Panthi, Yasmin-Aktar, Fariduddin M Screening for gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) in pregnancy is important as it is associated with adverse fetal and maternal outcomes and because these women and their children are at risk of developing […]

JCD – Vol 2 – Issue 3

Diabetes Foot Care And The Durometer Chaurasia A, Valame S, Manjhvar SK Annually, one in every six diabetics develops a foot complication in their lifetime. Prevalent in 3.6% ofdiabetics, they are a rising health problem. With high cost of treatment and patients’ ignorance, there is anurgent need for coordinated preventive clinical measures to reduce the […]

JCD – Vol 2 – Issue 2

National Guidelines to Diagnose GDM Prof V.Seshiah Gestational Diabetes Mellitus (GDM) is defi ned as any degree of glucose intolerance with onset or fi rst recognition during pregnancy (1). Women with a history of GDM are at increased risk of future diabetes, predominantly type 2 diabetes, as are their children (2). GDM may play a […]

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