Monday, 18 June 2018

Collaborator | Myanmar Diabetes Association | WDEC2018 | Rome


This is our pleasure to welcome Myanmar Diabetes Association for our upcoming international meeting World congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology which is to be held in Rome on August 22-23, 2018. 


Myanmar Diabetes Association: 

MMDA was established in April 2013. It was established as a non-profit association to organize for the participation of the people of the whole country in the prevention, health education, and service delivery for the care of diabetes patients so as to lessen the health and socioeconomic burden caused by the rising epidemic of diabetes. 

We are glad to have this great addition towards our conference. Sure this will help us to connect great people which will enhances the way to achieve a development in the field of Diabetes and Endocrinology 

For more details about the talk and the presentations kindly have a look at our site: https://diabetes-endocrinology.pulsusconference.com/ 
 
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Friday, 8 June 2018

KEY NOTE SPEAKERS | WDEC2018 | CME CONFERENCE | DIABETES & ENDOCRINOLOGY


We welcome our #Keynote_speakers for the upcoming meeting on #Diabetes & #Endocrinology is to be held in #Rome #Italy on #August 22-23, 2018.
Join us and Explore the Modern Medical Techniques and Developments by the following topics, 

  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Endocrine Hormone
  • Cardiovascular Complications
  • Endocrine Disorders
  • Nephropathy
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Diabetic Therapies
  • Endocrine Cancer
  • Genomic Endocrinology
  • Reproduction Endocrinology
  • Diet Managements
  • Nutrition Development and Research
  • Diabetic Wounds and Treatments
  • Diabetes and Oral health Problems
  • Obesity
  • Diabetic Surgeries
  • Women and Diabetes
  • Physical activity and Rehabilitation
  • Conventional Treatments
  • Challenges and Applications  


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Wednesday, 30 May 2018

Diabetes Conferences | CME Conferences | Renowned Speakers | WDEC2018



WDEC2018 welcomes our distinguished speakers in the field of Diabetes and Endocrinology. The event WDEC2018, which is a CME Accredited is going to be held in Rome, Italy on August 22-23, 2018. 

Our Key-Note Speakers:
  •   Chandan Saha, Indiana University, USA
  •   Kishor Mazumder, Research Cell of JUST, Bangladesh
  •   Saeko Imai, Kyoto Women’s University, Japan
  •   Lue Ping Zhao, University of Washington, USA
  •   Ahdy W Helmy, Indiana University, USA 
The event is mainly focusing on the following heaps,
Diabetes Mellitus - Diet - Type I - Anti-Diabetic Strain Analysis - Endocrine Hormones - Obesity - Cardiovascular Complications
 The speakers are from the different part of the world and their collaboration with the others means, that will lead us to a great platform of pure-learning.  

Conference highlights are,
  • Diabetes mellitus
  • Endocrine Hormone
  • Cardiovascular Complications
  • Endocrine Disorders
  • Nephropathy
  • Pancreatic Cancer
  • Diabetic Therapies
  • Endocrine Cancer
  • Genomic Endocrinology
  • Reproduction Endocrinology
  • Diet Managements
  • Nutrition Development and Research
  • Diabetic Wounds and Treatments
  • Diabetes and Oral health Problems
  • Obesity
  • Diabetic Surgeries
  • Women and Diabetes
  • Physical activity and Rehabilitation
  • Conventional Treatments
  • Challenges and Applications 
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Monday, 28 May 2018

WDEC2018 | CME | Acupuncture - Diabetes | Conventional Treatment

 

More than 3,000 years ago, ancient practitioners of Chinese medicine pioneered what we now call acupuncture treatment. In acupuncture, practitioners stimulate specific activation points on your body to treat different medical conditions. This is most commonly done by inserting tiny, sterile needles into those points. Modern acupuncture is becoming more and more popular to treat a variety of health conditions. The World Health Organization recognizes acupuncture as effective in treating more than 100 conditions. These conditions include chronic pain, migraine headaches, and even diabetes.
There’s still a lot we don’t know about how effective acupuncture is for treating diabetes symptoms. But some of the newest research seems to confirm that it’s at least safe and somewhat effective. One laboratory study indicated that acupuncture could help regulate your pancreas function and insulin levels. And clinical trials imply that the anti-obesity effect of acupuncture could work with traditional diabetes treatment to reduce the impact of some diabetes symptoms.
Benefits and uses of acupuncture for diabetes:
The acupuncture techniques recommended to treat type 1 and 2 diabetes vary dramatically, just as the treatments of Western medicine differ. These are two different diseases within the diabetes spectrum. Methods are prescribed according to which diabetes symptoms you wish to treat. There are acupuncture techniques to help with weight loss, metabolism, organ function, and nerve pain. One of the more vigorously studied acupuncture techniques that addresses diabetic neuropathy is the wrist-ankle treatment. The treatment involves deep stimulation of the wrist and ankle nerves.

May reduce feelings of pain

If you have diabetes, you probably know that the condition stems from your endocrine system. These are the hormones that trigger your organs to control your sugar levels. Those that tout the benefits of acupuncture treatment for diabetes cite the fact that acupuncture stimulates endorphins. Endorphins are, simply put, hormones that trigger positive feelings in your body and also block feelings of pain.

May help regulate sugar levels

Acupuncture may also regulate cortisol, which is a hormone signaling your body to feel stress. Practitioners of acupuncture treatment for diabetes believe that the hormone reaction triggered by acupuncture can help balance the parts of your body that aren’t able to regulate your sugar levels on their own. Additionally, they do this without the risk of harmful side effects, such as those of some pharmaceutical treatments.
This is a pretty good and notable conventional treatment for Diabetes and it’s complications. We welcome the speakers from worldwide in the field of “Acupuncture- Diabetes” to our esteemed CME Accredited conference WDEC2018, which is to be held in Rome on August 22-23, 2018. For more details, Follow us on –   Facebook;  LinkedIn; Google+ ; Twitter;

Monday, 21 May 2018

Diabetic Foot Ulcers


Foot ulcers are a common complication of poorly controlled diabetes, forming as a result of skin tissue breaking down and exposing the layers underneath. They’re most common under your big toes and the balls of your feet, and they can affect your feet down to the bones.
All people with diabetes can develop foot ulcers and foot pain, but good foot care can help prevent them. Treatment for diabetic foot ulcers and foot pain varies depending on their causes. Discuss any foot pain or discomfort with your doctor to ensure it’s not a serious problem, as infected ulcers can result in amputation if neglected.
Physical examination of the extremity having a diabetic ulcer can be divided into examination of the ulcer and the general condition of the extremity, assessment of the possibility of vascular insufficiency, and assessment for the possibility of peripheral neuropathy. The staging of diabetic foot wounds is based on the depth of soft tissue and osseous involvement. A complete blood cell count should be done, along with assessment of serum glucose, glycohemoglobin, and creatinine levels.
The management of diabetic foot ulcers requires offloading the wound by using appropriate therapeutic footwear,daily saline or similar dressings to provide a moist wound environment, debridement when necessary, antibiotic therapy if osteomyelitis or cellulitis is present,optimal control of blood glucose, and evaluation and correction of peripheral arterial insufficiency.
As we all know that The pancreas makes a substance called insulin and it moves glucose, a sugar, from the blood into the muscles, fat, and liver cells, where it can be used as fuel.  Because of the risks involved with surgery, most people with Type I & II diabetes will have to go for the option called amputation if this defect left untreated.

Our conference WDEC2018, mainly focuses on the complications the consequences of Diabetes and Endocrinology. The speakers from different part of the world will present their immense research talk on this specific topics. We welcome you to the most anticipated,  Diabetic event “World congress on Diabetes & EndocrinologyWDEC2018 

Thursday, 10 May 2018

Diabetes | Researchers | WDEC2018

Diabetes is the most common disorder by which the patients get pierced for 1800approx. per year in the body. Normally, type of this disorder is Type I & II, Gestational, Mody and Etc.

However, for all the types, the patients must have their own body control regarding the diet and nutrition segment. These two are repetitive that we hear from the patients and their family. Though we have many inspirational stories about living with diabetes and diabetic living etc. it doesn't give a perfect remedy or disclosure. It's still different for each and everyone.

When these kind of things are in life, one must prepare and focus on the Diet and Nutrition. So that we can minimize the effects in minor level. Having this scenario in the society, Bringing a new implementation of any medical methods which can lower the complications of Diabetes has to cover all sorts of clinical trials and tests. Most of the hypothesis and research processes, will not cross the further levels of the tests or it's still tangled at the preliminary stages.

We encourage the scientists and Research professionals by providing them with a great platform for their unique, valuable research experience and conclusions.

In that way, we welcome our two renowned speakers for our conference WDEC2018 (World Congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology) which is to be held in Rome on August 22-23, 2018.

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS: 

Name: Kishor Mazumder, JUST Institute, Bangladesh.
Title: Antidiabetic and Organ Protective Potential of hydroalcoholic extracts of Australian Lupin Cultivars of Unprocessed and Processed Seed Flours: In vitro, In vivo and In silico Approaches.
 &
Name: Saeko Imai, Kyoto University, Japan 
Title:  The New Dietary Approach for Patients with Diabetes: How and When to Eat

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Thursday, 3 May 2018

Scientific Program: Day 2 - Updated





We welcome our speakers who are scheduled for the Second day of our conference WDEC2018 "World Congress on Diabetes and Endocrinology" which is to be held in Rome on August 22-23, 2018

Key note speech on:

Lue Ping Zhao, University of Washington, USA
Ahdy W Helmy, Indiana University, USA

The main topics are,

  1. Building and validating a prediction model for pediatric Type 1 Diabetes risk using next
    generation targeted sequencing of class II HLA genes
  2. Fats of Life, atherogenesis skinny basics. As low LDL as you get, or fire and forget
  3. Lurking dangers of endocrine disrupting chemicals (insecticides OP) induced diabetic incidence
  4. Association between phytoestrogens, glucose homeostasis and risk of diabetes in women: a
    systematic review and meta-analysis
  5. 25-Hydroxyvitamin D Status Correlation with Male Hypogonadism Among Type 2 Diabetic
    Patients 
We welcome all the Scientists and Researchers who are in the field of  Diabetes & Endocrinology 




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