P.G. Diploma Diabetology
The PG Diploma in Diabetology begins with a solid foundation, covering the basics of diabetes, its types, causes, and risk factors. Diabetology is the branch of medicine dedicated to diabetes, a condition affecting blood sugar levels. Diabetologists specialize in managing diabetes, offering guidance on diet, medications, and lifestyle adjustments. Regular check-ups and self-care are essential in diabetes management, helping individuals lead healthier, fuller lives.
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- Principles of Diabetes- Definition, aetiology, risk factors, pathophysiology, types and diagnosis
Diabetes is a common but manageable condition. It’s caused by problems with insulin, a hormone that regulates blood sugar. Some risk factors include genetics, poor diet, and lack of exercise. Diabetes comes in two main types: Type 1 and Type 2. Diagnosis involves blood tests to measure sugar levels. Understanding the principles of diabetes can empower you to take control of your health.
- Diabetes in Pregnancy
When diabetes occurs during pregnancy, it’s called gestational diabetes. Managing blood sugar levels is crucial for the health of both the mother and baby. This often involves dietary changes and monitoring. Regular check-ups with healthcare providers help ensure a safe and healthy pregnancy journey.
- Diabetes management in Elderly
Managing diabetes in older adults is vital for their well-being. For a simpler approach, stick to a routine with healthy meals, medication, and regular check-ups. Keep an eye on blood sugar levels and communicate openly with healthcare professionals.
- Acute Hyperglycaemia:
Acute hyperglycaemia happens when blood sugar levels spike, often in people with diabetes. Symptoms may include excessive thirst and frequent urination. To manage it, take prescribed medications and adjust your diet.
- Diabetes Complications
Diabetes complications can affect various parts of the body, such as the eyes, kidneys, nerves, and heart. These issues can lead to serious health problems. Managing blood sugar levels, a balanced diet, regular exercise, and regular check-ups with healthcare providers can help prevent or control these complications.
- Diabetes Neuropathy
Diabetes neuropathy is a condition that affects the nerves and is common in people with diabetes. It can lead to tingling, numbness, or pain in the limbs. Managing blood sugar, a healthy lifestyle, and medications can help control and prevent neuropathy.
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