The diabetology department focuses on diabetes diagnosis, treatment, and management. In order to successfully treat diabetes, early detection and control are critical. The department of diabetology at the hospital assists patients in properly controlling their diabetes by regulating their medication and conducting frequent evaluations. Retinopathy and nephropathy may also be diagnosed with the aid of the department. Diet and nutrition management for the control of diabetes and associated diseases is supported by the department of diabetology, which is staffed by a group of highly experienced doctors.
When the pancreas isn’t working properly or the body’s cells don’t react to the Insulin being generated, it’s considered one of many types of diabetes. There are a number of potentially life-threatening and severe side effects, such as heart illness, nerve damage, kidney damage, visual impairment, and foot injury. The department of Diabetology provides the most up-to-date treatment options for both Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes prevention and control.
Long-term damage, dysfunction, and failure of various organs can result from diabetes. When diabetes is diagnosed early, the condition may be controlled and the risk of complications can be minimised, resulting in a longer life expectancy.
Our diagnostic, treatment, and follow-up services are available in this field of clinical science. Diabetes complications such as retinopathy, nephropathy, peripheral neuropathy, stroke, and heart attack may all be managed effectively using our state-of-the-art facilities, in addition to managing the appropriate amount and timing of medications (such as insulin).
Other specialists at the hospital work together to treat diabetic complications. A few examples include diabetic nephropathy, diabetic optic neuropathy, obesity management, ischemic heart disease, and stroke.