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Rssdi 2018 Ahmedabad

Rssdi 2018 Ahmedabad

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One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food As Diabetes Climbs Across India

One Man’s Stand Against Junk Food As Diabetes Climbs Across India

NEW DELHI — Rahul Verma’s son was born gravely ill with digestive problems, but over years of visits to the boy’s endocrinologist, Mr. Verma saw the doctor grow increasingly alarmed about a different problem, one threatening healthy children. Junk food, the doctor warned, was especially dangerous to Indians, who are far more prone to diabetes than people from other parts of the world. One day in the doctor’s waiting room, Mr. Verma noticed a girl who had gotten fat by compulsively eating potato chips. He decided he had to do something. “On one side you have children like my son, who are born with problems,” said Mr. Verma, “and on the other side you have children who are healthy and everything is fine and you are damaging them giving them unhealthy food.” Mr. Verma, who had no legal training, sat late into the nights with his wife, Tullika, drafting a petition in their tiny apartment, which was bedecked with fairy lights and pictures of the god Ganesh, who is believed to overcome all obstacles. He filed the public interest lawsuit in the Delhi High Court in 2010, seeking a ban on the sale of junk food and soft drinks in and around schools across India. The case has propelled sweeping, court-ordered regulations of the food industry to the doorstep of the Indian government, where they have languished. They have outsize importance in India, population 1.3 billion, because its people are far more likely to develop diabetes — which can lead to heart disease, kidney failure, blindness and amputations — as they gain weight than people from other regions, according to health experts. Since 1990, the percent of children and adults in India who are overweight or obese has almost tripled to 18.8 percent from 6.4 percent, according to data from the Institute for Continue reading >>

Diabetes Is India's Fastest Growing Disease: 72 Million Cases Recorded In 2017, Figure Expected To Nearly Double By 2025

Diabetes Is India's Fastest Growing Disease: 72 Million Cases Recorded In 2017, Figure Expected To Nearly Double By 2025

Diabetes is India's fastest growing disease: 72 million cases recorded in 2017, figure expected to nearly double by 2025 India IndiaSpend Apr 17, 2018 16:10:11 IST Mumbai:Indias economic development has brought higher incomesand a large helping of diabetes. As salaries have increased, and all socio-economic groups have experienced a rise in living standards, diabetesa condition caused by the bodys inability to regulate insulin levels, which can lead to tissue damage and organ failurebecame the countrys fastest growing disease burden over 16 years to 2016. India currently represents 49 percent of the worlds diabetes burden, with an estimated 72 million cases in 2017, a figure expected to almost double to 134 million by 2025. This presents a serious public health challenge to a country facing a future of high population growth and a government attempting to provide free health insurance to half a billion people. Diabetes prevalence has increased by 64 percent across India over the quarter-century, according to a November 2017 report by the Indian Council for Medical Research, Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, both research institutes, and the Public Health Foundation of India, an advocacy. In 1990, Indias per capita income was $380 (Rs 24,867), rising 340 percent to $1,670 (Rs 1,09,000) in 2016, as per data from the World Bank . Over the same period, the number of diabetes cases increased by more than 123 p ercent. Amongst the wealthiest quintilethe surveyed group were divided into five equal groups according to wealth2.9 percent of women and 2.7 percent of men reported they had diabetes when asked in the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) 2015-16 . These rates are almost triple those found in the lowest quintile (0.8 percent for women and 1.0 percent for me Continue reading >>

2018 Pcs Global Conference-india

2018 Pcs Global Conference-india

Health Challenges in Developing Countries Conference Report - 2018 PCS Global Conference-India 2018 PCS Global Conference-India with the theme of Bridging the Gap for Better Health was held from 2-3 June, 2018 in New Delhi, India. There were more than 10 countries delegates taking part in this annual event. All participants exchanged ideas for seeking future cooperation actively and enjoyed the wonderful social opportunities with local experts during the conference. 2018 PCS Global Conference-India will be held in New Delhi, India from June 2 to 3, 2018 with the theme of "Bridging the Gap for Better Health". As a high-end interactive platform, PCS-India will emphasize the prevalence of major diseases and health challenges in developing countries from the topics on Clinical Trials and Case Studies, Immunotherapy, Novel Approaches for Public Health, Global Challenges and Breakthrough for 'Top Killers'. This year, we will arrange two parallel conferences altogether focusing on Cancer and Diabetes. For more information, please see the scientific program below. Call for Speakers, Session Chairs and Papers Speech opportunities are available now for your application. Each speech will be controlled within 15 minute including the question time. Positions of session chairs and co-chairs have opened for application. Every speaker is required to prepare abstract by using our template form. Final abstract should be submitted before the deadline. Late submission may cause your abstract or information being removed from conference proceedings. Posters display should apply in advance and your board number will be allocated randomly. Please print your poster as a size we required and paste it on board by yourself in the poster area. For speech and session chair application, please cont Continue reading >>

India Medical Conferences 2018 - 2019 | Cme Conferences In India 2018 | Emedevents

India Medical Conferences 2018 - 2019 | Cme Conferences In India 2018 | Emedevents

InnoHEALTH Third Annual Conference is organized by Indiattitude, InnovatioCuris, Center of Excellence for IOT in India (CoE-IoT) and will be held from Oct 05 - 06, 2018 at The Leela Ambience Gurugram Hotel & Residences, Gurugram, Haryana, India.Conference Overview :InnoHEALTH 2018 is the third in the series of InnoHEALTH annual conference, building on the success of InnoHEALTH 2017 and InnoHEALTH 2016 which saw over 500 participants from over a dozen countries.InnoHEALTH 2018 is the third annual conference being organized in New Delhi, India with a mission to bring the top healthcare experts around the world with all the possible stakeholders of the health sector to discuss and deliberate on interventions which bring down the cost of healthcare delivery and improve the quality of care. This years theme is, Inspiring Moonshots in Healthcare.Some of the major topics of discussion and activities at InnoHEALTH 2018 include: Innovations for Hospitals. Advances in Diagnostics. Make in India Opportunities: Biotech, Medical Devices and Future Technologies. India EU Collaboration in Health Sector: Startups and Challenges. Digital Health: giving birth to new delivery models through mobile, blockchain and AI. Achieving Universal Health Coverage and Insurance led innovations. Innovation pitches from Indian and Global companies. Stakeholder Session. Innovators award. B2B meetings.Master Class:Continuous Improvement in Healthcare through Lean Master Class will be held from Oct 03 - 04, 2018.Description : This 2 day course will provide an interactive approach to developing the an understanding of the building blocks of Lean Healthcare. A series of teaching points followed by participative exercises will give participants and opportunity to test their understanding of patient flow in Continue reading >>

Diabetes In India Rising, With Women At A Particular Disadvantage

Diabetes In India Rising, With Women At A Particular Disadvantage

KS Harikrishnan IPS, part of the Guardian development network The disease itself may not discriminate on the basis of gender, but when it comes to healthcare for patients with diabetes, women in India find themselves at a disadvantage compared with men. This is the conclusion of a study, Impact of Gender on Care of Type 2 Diabetes in Varkala, Kerala, which analysed gender roles, norms and values in a household and found women patients to be more vulnerable. This vulnerability influences all phases of diabetic care, according to the paper by Dr Mini P Mani at the Achutha Menon Centre for Health Science Studies (AMCHSS) in Thiruvananthapuram, the capital of the southern state of Kerala. Even when they suffer from diabetes, women cannot abandon the "caretaker role" in the family and have to continue to prioritise the health of other family members above their own, the study found. Inequitable access to resources prevents early diagnosis of the disease in women. Women pay more attention to the health of the men and children in the family, leaving them with less time to devote to their own wellbeing, said Rosy Raphy, who teaches at a school in Munambam, near the central Kerala town of Kochi. "As someone who has lived with diabetes for 26 years," Raphy told IPS, "I can say that I was not aware of the disease and did not take due care because I was preoccupied with matters of the family. As a result, my case got aggravated." Of particular concern to women and gynaecologists in the country is gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM), a form of the disease that affects pregnant women. The incidence of GDM has grown fourfold in the past 10 years, according to Dr B Rajkumar, a doctor of Indian systems of medicine at the Keezhariyoor government ayurveda dispensary in the state's norther Continue reading >>

Diabetes Reversal By Plant-based Diet | Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury | Indo-vietnam Medical Board, India | Metabolic Syndrome 2017 | Conferenceseries Ltd

Diabetes Reversal By Plant-based Diet | Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury | Indo-vietnam Medical Board, India | Metabolic Syndrome 2017 | Conferenceseries Ltd

Title: Diabetes reversal by plant-based diet Biswaroop Roy Chowdhury is an Indian Medical Nutritionist, a post graduate in Diabetes Education and American Heart Association Certified Advance Cardiovascular Life Support Instructor. He is the author of 25 books, including the national bestseller, Diabetes Type I and II Cure in 72 Hours. He is also the founder president of Indo-Vietnam Medical Board and runs his flagship program, 3-Days Diabetes Cure Residential Tour in Vietnam and India, focused towards Type I and insulin-dependent Type II patients. Presently, he is involved in his ambitious project Diabetes Free World and is preparing to launch his 26th book Diabetes Free World in 71 languages, aiming to break the World Record of a book published in most languages. His book will be launched on World Diabetes Day (November 14, 2017) which is also exactly the 100th year since the discovery of first diabetes medicine. Diabetes leads to a never-ending medicine and or insulin treatment for the diseased. Our goal was to establish and observe the effects of plant-based diet on the sugar levels of the diabetes patients. The major portion of plant-based diet consisted of raw fruits and vegetables. The clinical trial on 55 diabetes patients with a team of 6 medical associates was practiced for 3-days at Zorba, The Buddha, 10 Tropical Drive, Ghitorni, New Delhi from 29th April to 1st May, 2016. Medicines were eliminated from the first day of the trial. Both fasting and post-prandial readings were measured each day along with the weights of the participants. The subjects with varying diabetes history, age groups, type of diabetes, insulin dependency and demographic profiles were part of the trial. Through the trial, 84% of patients reported controlled blood glucose levels and 16% o Continue reading >>

Barriers And Solutions To Diabetes Management: An Indian Perspective

Barriers And Solutions To Diabetes Management: An Indian Perspective

Barriers and solutions to diabetes management: An Indian perspective Find articles by Ambika Gopalakrishnan Unnikrishnan 8Senior Consultant Diabetologist, Dr. V. Seshiah Diabetes Research Institute and Dr. Balaji Diabetes Care Center, Chennai, India Department of Endocrinology, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, New Delhi, India 1Department of Medicine, Vivekananda Institute of Medical Sciences, Kolkata, India 2Department of Medicine, Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research, Pondicherry, India 3Department of Endocrinology, Nizam's Institute of Medical Sciences, Hyderabad, India 4Director, Institute of Diabetology, Madras Medical College and Rajiv Gandhi Government General Hospital, Chennai, India 5Department of Endocrinology, Care Hospital, Hyderabad, India 6Department of Endocrinology, Amrita Institute of Medical Sciences, Kochi, India 7Department of Endocrinology, Bharti Hospital and B.R.I.D.E, Karnal, India 8Senior Consultant Diabetologist, Dr. V. Seshiah Diabetes Research Institute and Dr. Balaji Diabetes Care Center, Chennai, India 9Department of Endocrinology, St. John's Medical College Hospital, Bangalore, India 10CEO and Director, Jothydev's Diabetes Research Center, Trivandrum, India 11Managing Director, TOTALL Diabetes Hormone Institute, Indore, India 12Department of Endocrinology, MS Ramaiah Medical College, Bangalore, India Corresponding Author: Dr. Subhash K. Wangnoo, Senior Consultant Endocrinologist, Endocrinology, Indraprastha Apollo Hospital, Delhi Mathura Road, New Delhi - 110 076, India. E-mail: [email protected] Author information Copyright and License information Disclaimer Copyright : Indian Journal of Endocrinology and Metabolism This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attrib Continue reading >>

What Is World Diabetes Day2017?

What Is World Diabetes Day2017?

It was Frederick Banting who discovered insulin in 1922, therefore, November 14 is the date when the world acknowledges the work of Banting by spreading awareness on his birthday. On this day many Facebook statuses and WhatsApp pictures change to a blue circle, logo of the awareness campaign, showing support or acceptance of having diabetes. (Source: World Diabetes Day twitter) A jab or a pill, that is the tuberculosisquestion Started in 1991 by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organisation (WHO), the World Diabetes Day creates awareness about the effects of diabetes globally. The United Nations declared November 14 as an official World Diabetes Day (WDD). The day also marks the birth anniversary of scientist and Nobel laureate Frederick Banting who is the co-discoverer of insulin. Every year IDF celebrates the day with a lot of awareness activities and sets a theme to narrow down the effects of diabetes. In 2016 the theme set by the IDF was Eyes on Diabetes whereas this year the IDF has decided to concentrate on the effects of diabetes on women. People informed and concerned about the illness often address it by organising activities in their neighbourhoods and nearby parks. IDF has shortlisted nine countries in the South-East Asia (SEA) Region as the most afflicted with the highest number of people suffering from diabetes, India being one of them. The Federation did a data study on India and it was found that out of the 79.8 million adults living in India, a shocking 69.1 million adults suffered from diabetes. Continue reading >>

Cccs-conferences

Cccs-conferences

PHFI participated in South East Asia Diabetes Federation Conference 2017 held on 4th and 5th November 2017 for advocacy of our various capacity building initiatives including the Thyroid Training Programme PHFI was represented by Dr. Sandeep Bhalla and Dr. Deepak Monga in the conference. The theme of the conference was Quality diabetic care beyond sociocultural barriers. It was attended by over 500 delegates and had a representation from all South East Asian countries. PHFI had its own stall in the conference which was utilized for the advocacy of our various capacity building initiatives. The delegates who visited the stall were apprised regarding the various activities done at PHFI as well as the capacity building initiatives in chronic conditions that are being successfully implemented in India. Dr. Bhalla also had a session on 5th November on PHFI and its work in Public health Arena with special focus on capacity building. The course brochure for Nepal was also released during the inauguration of the conference. PHFI participated in the 87th Annual Meeting of the American Thyroid Association in Victoria BC, Canada from 18th to 22nd October 2017 for advocacy of our various capacity building initiatives including the Thyroid Training Programme.. ATA 87th Annual Meeting was attended by over 1100 delegates from different parts of the World. The meeting of the ATA aimed to update the community of endocrinologists, internists, surgeons, basic scientists, nuclear medicine scientists, pathologists, trainees, nurses, physician assistants and other health care professionals who wish to broaden and update their knowledge of the thyroid gland and its disorders. Dr. Pushkar Kumar, Dr. Deepak Monga and Mr. Alex I represented PHFI on this prestigious platform. PHFI had a stall du Continue reading >>

41st Annual Conference Of Research Society For Study Of Diabetes In India Rssdi 2013

41st Annual Conference Of Research Society For Study Of Diabetes In India Rssdi 2013

@IndiaExpoCentre shared groundbreaking plans for an expansion just days before the @UFILive delegation visited. T Day 1 glimpse of IHE 2018 @IndiaExpoCentre @epchindia @reliancejio @DaburIndia @oyorooms @IndiaExpoCentre RT @IEIA_sec : Great initiative by IEIA Member @IndiaExpoCentre - sensitising students of ACCURATE and B L Bajaj about careers in Exhibition RT @IEIA_sec : Attracting Young Talent- IEIA Member @IndiaExpoCentre connecting with the students to bring awareness about Exhibition Indust Celebrating Global Exhibition Day 2018 with Group of Institutes in Greater Noida #GED18 @IndiaExpoCentre is celebrating @GED_2018 with Group of Institutes in Greater Noida @shardauniv @glbajaj @UFILive The Global Exhibition Industry Sharing One Single Cohesive Voice @GED_2018 @IEIA_sec @IndiaExpoCentre @UFILive PrintPack India 2019 exhibitor list crosses 300 PrintWeek India UBMs packaging show ProPak India on 30 August PrintWeek India Continue reading >>

Ccmh

Ccmh

Department of Health and Family Welfare, Govt. of Tripura; National Health Mission, Tripura; Tripura State AIDS Control society (TSACS) in partnership with Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), New Delhi Organized World Health Day 2018 at Agartala, Tripura with the theme of Universal Health Coverage: Everyone, Everywhere and slogan of Health For All Agartala, Tripura, 7th April 2018: World Health Day 2018 was celebrated in Tripura with free health screening camps for diabetes and hypertension organized across the State. On this occasion, a program was organized at Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhawan, Agartala, Tripura which was inaugurated by the Honourable Chief Minister of Tripura, Shri Biplab Kumar Deb and graced by the presence of Honourable Health Minister of Tripura, Shri Sudip Roy Burman; Secretary, Health, Govt. Of Tripura, Shri Samarjit Bhaumik; Mission Director National Health Mission, Govt. of Tripura, Dr. Shailesh Kumar Yadav, IAS; Director of Health Services, Govt. Of Tripura, Dr. J K Debbarma; Additional Director, Department of Family Welfare and Preventive Medicine, Dr. S. K. Chakma; Program Director-Trainings, CCCI, PHFI, Dr. Sandeep Bhalla. 2nd International Diabetes Experts Conclave 2018 - "IDEC 2018", Pune For PHFI participants PG student rate is applied. Date: 25th - 27th May , 2018 (Friday - Sunday) | Venue: Westin Hotel, Pune-411053 It gives us great pleasure to invite you to the 2nd International Diabetes Experts Conclave 2018 IDEC 2018 to be held from 25th to 27th May 2018 at Westin Hotel, Pune. This conclave has been facilitated by ADHERE FOUNDATION (Academy for Diabetes and Endocrine Research & Education) in collaboration with EMORY DIABETES TRAINING ACADEMY (Emory University, USA) PHFI awarded the prestigious QCI- DL Shah Platinum award for skil Continue reading >>

7th World Congress Of Diabetes India 2017 Creates History.

7th World Congress Of Diabetes India 2017 Creates History.

Successful Conclusion of the 7th World Congress of Diabetes- Diabetes India 2017, which is being organized from 23- 26 February, 2017 at Hotel Pullman & Novotel, New Delhi (Aerocity) India. CIMGlobal successfully concluded the 7th World Congress of Diabetes -Diabetes India 2017, which is being organized from 23- 26 February, 2017 at Hotel Pullman & Novotel, New Delhi (Aerocity) India, presented by Diabetes India. Diabetes India -The Research trust of Diabetes India is an educational trust which holds its annual conference at every 2 years in different cities of India. The 4-day event attracted the industry’s leading professionals and key decision makers, whose innovation and expertise are shaping the future of Diabetes. The Conference provided a platform to 2000 professionals for exchanging innovative thoughts and development in the field of Diabetes. It provided the opportunity to 50 esteemed Pharma companies to exhibit their products to the attending doctors. CIMGlobal was largely appreciated by the Organizing Committee for their constructive approach, dedicated & hard working team with capability of adapting to the ever-changing dynamics of the business. Continue reading >>

Diabetes India 2017 Endorses Philosophy And Aims Of The Berlin Declaration

Diabetes India 2017 Endorses Philosophy And Aims Of The Berlin Declaration

Home / Happening Now / Diabetes India 2017 endorses philosophy and aims of The Berlin Declaration Diabetes India 2017 endorses philosophy and aims of The Berlin Declaration By EH News Bureau on February 28, 2017 Experts convene to discuss the importance of early action in diabetes management at the inaugural session of the 7th World Congress of Diabetes in New Delhi The inaugural session of the 7th World Congress of Diabetes, i.e., Diabetes India 2017, endorsed the philosophy and aims of the Berlin Declaration. Berlin Declaration is a multinational call for local policy change to urge early action in the control and management of type II diabetes. Experts at Diabetes India 2017 conference held in New Delhi released a position statement endorsing the Berlin Declaration and urging policy makers to take early action across four primary areas viz. prevention, early detection, early control and early access for the right intervention. The Berlin Declaration, a global call to action urging policy makers to reduce the growing burden of type II diabetes was launched by diabetes experts representing 38 countries in 2016 under the Early action in diabetes initiative. The Early Action in Diabetes initiative started in 2015 is a multinational, multi-stakeholder collaboration in partnership with the International Diabetes Federation (IDF), Primary Care Diabetes Europe (PCDE) and the World Heart Federation (WHF), supported by AstraZeneca. Experts evaluated the best practices in policy making in four primary areas viz, prevention, early detection, early control and early access for the right intervention. This was consolidated into a single document, signing what is known as the Berlin Declaration in December 2016. Dr Banshi Saboo, Congress Chairman Diabetes India said, Effective pol Continue reading >>

World Diabetes Day:number Of Indians With Diabetes Likely To Double In Next Decade

World Diabetes Day:number Of Indians With Diabetes Likely To Double In Next Decade

Diabetes was Indias seventh biggest cause of early death in 2016. (Ravi Choudhary/HT Photo) With a prediabetes prevalence of 10.3% among adults, people with diabetes in India are likely to more than double in the next decade from the current 70 million, a study by the countrys apex research organisation has estimated. The prevalence of prediabetes also known as impaired glucose tolerance and a precursor to diabetes is 1.4 times higher than the diabetes prevalence of 7.3%, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research-IndiaB study of 57,117 adults over 20 years from 14 states and the Union Territory (UT) of Chandigarh. Around 47.3% of Indias 70 million diabetics are undiagnosed and do not know they have high blood glucose levels that, if left untreated, lead to complications such as blindness, kidney failure, heart disease, stroke and foot amputation, the study found. Diabetes emerged as Indias seventh biggest cause of early death in 2016, up from 11th in 2005, shows data from Institute of Health Metrics & Evaluation . Diabetes prevalence is higher in affluent states and UTs like Chandigarh, Maharashtra and Tamil Nadu, but pre-diabetes prevalence, which ranged from 6% in Mizoram to 14.7% in Tripura, was high across states irrespective of income. Even a state like Bihar with a low diabetes prevalence of 4.3% had 10% people with prediabetes, indicating that diabetes cases would shoot up in the state over the next decade. Data from 15 states from the ongoing INdia DIABetes(INDIAB)study to track diabetes and prediabetes prevalence threw light on the overall presence of the disease across different parts of the country Keep your blood sugar under 100 mg/dL and your glyceratedblood glucose levels (HbA1c) below 5.7%. Keep your blood pressure below 130/90 mm/Hg, using med Continue reading >>

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