What to do if patients refuse to take diabetic medicines?

What to do if patients refuse to take diabetic medicines?

Dr. Rakesh Sahay, HOD of Endocrinology, Hyderabad, will discuss about many diabetic patients refuse to take insulin in this video. Many patients feel that if they take insulin, they have to continue taking it. He will clarify about this misconception and how insulin is the best form of treatment.

Dr. Rakesh Kumar Sahay

MBBS, DNB, MD (Internal medicine), DM (Endocrinology), FACE, FICP. Diabetologist and Endocrinologist based in Hyderabad. Currently is available for consultation at Medicity Hospital and the Sahay Endocrine and Diabetes Centre, by appointment. Professor of Endocrinology in the Department of Endocrinology at Osmania Medical College. Have been the Principal Investigator for several multi-centric multi-national clinical trials of drugs for diabetes, hypertension and hyperlipidemia and osteoporosis (ICH–GCP compliant). Has a keen interest in writing professionally with about 50 publications in peer-reviewed journals and several contributed chapters in textbooks. Has been invited as a speaker at various national conferences organised by professional bodies such as RSSDI, APICON and the Indian Thyroid Society. Associated with several national and international professional bodies as an office-bearer or life member and has played an active role in organizing some of their events.

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