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Benefits of Adding GLP-1RA to SGLT- 2i in Diabetic Patients...
Am J Cardiol.

In conclusion, the addition of GLP-1RA to SGLT2i may reduce the risk of adverse events in patients with HFrEF who...

12 Aug 2022

Microvascular Burden and Incident HF among Middle-aged and O...
Diabetes Care.

While a heavier burden of MVD was associated with excess risk of HF both in T1DM and T2DM, the association was...

11 Aug 2022

Association between Serum Insulin Levels and HF-related Para...
Cardiovasc Diabetol.

Our findings suggest that canagliflozin treatment in patients with T2D and HF ameliorated excess insulin overload,...

10 Aug 2022

Association of Glucose-lowering Drugs with Incident Stroke a...
Acta Diabetol.

Treatment with SGLT2 inhibitors or GLP-1 receptor agonists might reduce non-fatal stroke/TIA in persons with newly...

09 Aug 2022

Key Trials

Once-Weekly Dulaglutide improves Glycemic Control in Youths with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

The study demonstrated that once-weekly dulaglutide was superior to placebo in improving glycemic control in youths with uncontrolled T2DM.

Lean Diabetes: A Unique form of Diabetes

This is a first-of-its-kind study to demonstrate that diabetes patients with low BMI have a unique metabolic profile. This form of diabetes should...

Risk of T2DM Persists for Long After GDM Diagnosis

The study reaffirmed GDM to be a robust predictor for T2DM in later life, with the risk increasing substantially with each additionally affected...

Regular screening for Ocular Surface Changes, Essential in Diabetes Patients

Patients with diabetes have a high incidence of dry eye disease. OSDI score offers a valuable tool for examining dry eye. Diabetes patients should...

Patient Education

Diabetic Retinopathy

Diabetic retinopathy (DR) is the most common and most serious of the ocular complications of diabetes mellitus. This patient education leaflet on DR...

Diabetes Management During Ramadan

Fasting & feasting during Ramadan in diabetes patients is associated with altered glucose level which may lead to low or high blood sugar level....

Know More about Diabetes

Diabetes implies high blood sugar levels in blood. Find out more about the cause, risk factors and complications associated with this disease.


The ancient science of yoga provides various health benefits to an individual. Know more about the ‘asanas’ that are beneficial for diabetes patients...

Our Publications

Mind Matters (Issue 3) - Role of Escitalopram in the Treatment of Comorbid Depression and Diabetes

The presence of depression in patients with diabetes mellitus is of vast importance, as it is usually associated with poor disease control, adverse...

Diabetes Management Series: Cholesterol

Most relevant information on management of dyslipidemia, a common comorbidity observed in diabetes patients, has been summarised in this document.

Drug Therapy for Management of Hyperglycaemia

Brief information on the treatment strategy and selection of oral antihyperglycemic agents in type 2 diabetes is summarised in this document.

Diabetes Management Series: Hypertension

Hypertension elevates the risk of micro-and macro-vascular complications in diabetes. Here is a summary on the BP treatment goals in diabetes...

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Interface of Diabetes Mellitus with Urology

Know about the urological and andrological complications of diabetes mellitus and their underlying pathophysiological mechanisms.  

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Urologic Complications of Diabetes

Know how diabetes mellitus causes urological diseases and the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms responsible for it.  

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Management of Diabetes during Ramadan

Fasting & feasting during Ramadan in diabetes patients is associated with increased risk of complications such as hypoglycemia, hyperglycemia,...

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Clinical Practice Recommendations: ADA 2014

This slide set summarizes the key 2014 clinical practice recommendations of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) on the screening, diagnosis and...

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To Assess Renal Function In Your T2DM Patients, Which One Of These Tests Do You Mostly Rely On?

33% (3 votes)
Serum Creatinine
11% (1 vote)
Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
33% (3 votes)
Estimated Glomerular Filtration Rate (eGFR)
22% (2 votes)
Total votes: 9