Approach to complications of DM

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This video is based on Approach to management of Type 2 diabetes after metformin has been exhibited with the help of the patient cases. These cases explain the complication of diabetes and what other drugs can be given if metformin fails to work on a patient. Further, it explains why it is important to give such medication to the patient which do not cause hypoglycaemia, why different drugs should be given for overweight patient, vascular problems patient and those in which risk factors are severe. This video also explains the investigation, treatments, medications, and diagnosis of the patient with kidney disease and why clinicians should realize some treatable factors should never lose sight of and how acute neuropathy arises due to uncontrolled diabetes, and how a disease could be related due to diabetes or unrelated due to diabetes.

  • Chapter 1  Approach to complications of DM
    • This video is based on Approach to management of Type 2 diabetes after metformin has been exhibited with the help of the patient cases. These cases explain the complication of diabetes and what other drugs can be given if metformin fails to work on a patient. Further, it explains why it is important to give such medication to the patient which do not cause hypoglycaemia, why different drugs should be given for overweight patient, vascular problems patient and those in which risk factors are severe. This video also explains the investigation, treatments, medications, and diagnosis of the patient with kidney disease and why clinicians should realize some treatable factors should never lose sight of and how acute neuropathy arises due to uncontrolled diabetes, and how a disease could be related due to diabetes or unrelated due to diabetes.

     About the instructor


    Prof. Hemraj. B. Chandalia is currently Director, DENMARC and Director, Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism, Jaslok Hospital and Research Center. Prof. Hemraj B. Chandalia did a 1 year Fellowship, Endocrinology and Diabetes at the University of Alabama Medical Center in 1967 and thereafter taught as a faculty (Instructor, later Assistant Professor) at the same institution (1968-1970). Dr. H.B. Chandalia has been an Honorary Professor of Medicine and Diabetes for 30 years at the Grant Medical College, Mumbai and trained both under and post graduate students.

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