Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

An artificial pancreas, made from an algorithm-driven device for people with type 2 diabetes, doubled the time patients spent in a target glucose range and halved the time at high levels, compared with standard treatment. Some 415 million people suffer from type 2 diabetes in the world, which represents an annual health expenditure of 760,000 … Read more

Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

Successful trial of an artificial pancreas for patients with type 2 diabetes

An artificial pancreas, made from an algorithm-driven device for people with type 2 diabetes, doubled the time patients spent in a target glucose range and halved the time at high levels, compared with standard treatment. Some 415 million people suffer from type 2 diabetes in the world, which represents an annual health expenditure of 760,000 … Read more

Tongo and his fight against diabetes, one of the deadliest diseases in Peru

Tongo and his fight against diabetes, one of the deadliest diseases in Peru

This Friday, December 30, Peruvians began the day with the news that the popular singer Tongo had a relapse in his health that led him to remain hospitalized in the National Institute of Neoplastic Diseases with a serious and reserved diagnosis, according to his wife Gladys Lupinta. What disease did he have? interpreter of “La … Read more

Diabetes: How to prevent eye diseases?

Diabetes: How to prevent eye diseases?

Among the most common eye conditions in diabetic people is retinopathy as the main one, followed by cataracts, glaucoma and diabetic macular edema. The care and monitoring of patients with diabetes it is necessary to do it continuously and comprehensively to prevent and treat any disease in time, says Dr. Gustavo Rojas Damiano, chief medical … Read more

Every month about 11 children are diagnosed with diabetes

Diabetes: How to prevent eye diseases?

Every November 14 marks the world diabetes daywhich seeks to raise awareness about this disease that is reaching more and more people, including children. Every month an average of between 10 and 12 children are diagnosed with diabetesreported the pediatric endocrinologist Sandra Morales; she figures that she attributed to poor nutrition and parental misguidance about … Read more

Diabetes 1 and 2, prediabetes and gestational diabetes, the battle waged by some celebrities outside the flashes

Diabetes 1 and 2, prediabetes and gestational diabetes, the battle waged by some celebrities outside the flashes

Today, November 14, is dedicated to the world diabetes daya disease that according to United Nationsthe number of patients has increased four times compared to the number of 1980. In 2017, approximately 425 million adults suffered from diabetes compared to 108 million in 1980. Celebrities are not exempt from suffering from this and any other … Read more

Santiago Hazim, director of Senasa: “Reducing the risks of diabetes requires continuous support from the First Level of Care”

Santiago Hazim, director of Senasa: “Reducing the risks of diabetes requires continuous support from the First Level of Care”

Reduce the risk of a chronic non-communicable disease such as diabetes represents a contribution in the daily life of a person with this condition. However, to achieve this, the executive director of the National Health Insurance (SeNaSa), Dr. Santiago Hazimpoints out that First Level Care Centers are the key to continue improving the quality of … Read more