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 […]

JCD – Vol 2 – Issue 1

JCD – Vol 2 – Issue 1 Potential Benefits and Concerns with Measuring 1, 5-Anhydroglucitol as a Marker of Glycemia Nishita Meshram, Dr. Manish Bothale, Dr. Unnikrishnan AG   Levels of 1, 5-anhydroglucitol (1,5-AG) have long been postulated to be a measure of post-mealglucose excursion and 1,5-AG existsin a large pool in our body. In case […]

JCD – Vol 1 – Issue 4

JCD – Vol 1 – Issue 4   Metformin beyond Dysglycemia Beatrice Anne. M, Sujoy Ghosh Read Full Article     Metabolic Syndrome among Nurses in Manipur. Dr. Geeta Thiyam, Dr. Salam Ranabir, Mrs. Kamala Devi, Dr. Lallan Prasad, Dr. Th. Ibetombi Devi, Dr. Th. Premchand Singh There is a wide variation in the prevalence […]

JCD – Vol 1 – Issue 3

Intensive Glycemic Control in Intensive Care Unit Dr. Jothydev Kesavadev, Dr. Gopika Krishnan Tight glycemic control (target level of 80–110 mg/dL) improves outcomes in intensive care unit (ICU) patients. Subsequent trials do not confirm the same benefit. Moreover, increased mortality was found in association with such tight control compared with a less strict target. As […]

JCD – Vol 1 – Issue 2

JCD – Volume 1 – Issue 2 Profile of Adolescent Diabetics in North Indian Population Dr. Aastha Chawla, Dr. Rajeev Chawla, Dr. G.K. Bhasin, Dr. Kirti Soota Diabetes mellitus is one of the commonest endocrine and metabolic diseases of childhood. Till recently, diabetes in children (defined as onset below 12 years) and adolescents (defined as […]

JCD – Vol 1 – Issue 1

Hyponatremia in Diabetes Saptarshi Mukhopadhyay, Tanmoy Chattopadhyay Diabetes mellitus is rapidly emerging as an important cause of mortality and morbidity in developing countries. It is an established risk factor for coronary heart disease, stroke, and end-stage renal disease. Diabetic nephropathy is one of the complications of diabetes mellitus that ultimately leads to renal failure, and […]

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