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In this video, Dr. Sanjay Kumar Agarwal, Professor and Head of Nephrology, AIIMS, will discuss about the diabetic patient, hypoglycemia and association with CKD. He says that if the kidney is damaged then the natural catabolism of insulin is decreased hence more insulin is available in the body. He will further explain that if patient is being hypoglycemic with existing anti-diabetic medications then they should investigate for chronic kidney disease.
Dr. Neena Malhotra, Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Delhi, will talk about the difference between metabolic syndrome and PCOS in this video. She says that it can be termed as an ovarian manifestation of the metabolic syndrome. Ovaries are representing the problem of metabolic syndrome. She will also discuss about the presentation in different age group of women.
In this video, Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks, will discuss the association between work stress in heart disease and diabetes patients. Stress is directly linked as a risk factor in heart disease and diabetes patients. Work stress is basically a high demand of work with little or no responsibility. Work stress leads to depression, increase in sugars, hypertension, atherosclerosis, etc. Whenever there is stress, act and don’t react to avoid further complications.
The video will discuss about persistent tachycardia by Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks. Persistent tachycardia means a heart rate of more than 100 per minute at the time of presentation or more than 90 per minute in the last 24 hours. Anemia can cause tachycardia which is reversible. Also, check for thyroid disorders, angina and diabetes. Dr. Aggarwal will also talk about inappropriate sinus tachycardia which is more than 100 per minute.
Dr. K K Aggarwal, President Heart Care Foundation of India and Group Editor in Chief MEDtalks, will talk on the topic whether smelly urine is a sign of diabetes in this video. Smelly concentrated urine can be a sign of diabetes in people whose urine was not smelly earlier. Any abnormal sign or smell should be evaluated for diabetes.