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It is estimated that one-third of Hospitalized patients experience significant hyperglycaemia and most are admitted for reasons other than Diabetes. Good Diabetes control in hospitalized patients irrespective of reason for admission improves mortality, morbidity and overall cost of hospital stay. It prevents complications and helps to educate the future follow-ups and management. Insulin is the […]
Other than giving Insulin injection by Syringe or pen, we can attach to a small portable Insulin pump from where throughout 24 hours you can get Insulin and you can avoid daily pricking yourself. How it works? Insulin pumps are small, computerized devices that help to manage blood sugars in people with Diabetes. The pump […]
What is Insulin? Insulin is a hormone that is produced from the pancreas, a gland in the tummy. When we eat, glucose is absorbed from the stomach and enters in the blood. The glucose must enter into the cells to make energy and Insulin helps glucose to enter the cells. In people with type 1 […]
Pregnancy Diabetes is a very important area and needs special attention, close supervision both by Obstetrician and Diabetes physician. Diabetic pregnancies are mainly of two types. First one is women with known diabetes either type 1 or 2 becoming pregnant. The other is diabetes for the first time detected in the current pregnancy what is […]