In our modern lifestyle, where stress is a part of our daily life, suffering from diabetes does not come as a surprise. According to an estimate in 2019, the global diabetes prevalence is estimated to be 463 million people. This is expected to rise to a whopping 578 million by 2030 and 700 million by 2045. The prevalence is higher in urban areas, around 10.8% than in rural areas, 7.2%. In short, the global prevalence of the disease is increasing at a rapid speed and you are not alone.
How can Careever Help?
Diabetes is a medical condition when a patient has a high level of sugar in the blood. This is usually a life long disease and needs prolonged treatment and medication. Having said that one needs to understand that the complications arising out of the medical condition is really grave leading to cardiac arrest and stroke, renal problems, neurological damage, sexual problems and even cancer to mention a few. If you or any of your family members are suffering from diabetes which has lead to a medical condition requiring surgery, Careever is the place to get expert opinion through video consultation from patient-friendly doctors having many years of experience. Careever doctors are empathetic and are available 24X7. If you are in a confused state of mind and
want more information and advice on the medical condition feel free to book an appointment.
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Careever online platform ensures your consultation experience is top of the line. You can easily upload your EMR. Consult our diabetologist if you have any of the common symptoms of diabetes.
Endocrinology is the subspecialty of internal medicine. It on the diagnosis and care of disorders of the endocrine system and the related metabolic dysfunction. They are involved with the diagnosis and management of the following:
- Hypothalamic disorders
- Thyroid diseases
- Parathyroid abnormalities
- Pituitary diseases
- Adrenal cortex dysfunction
- Pancreatic endocrine disease
- Gonadal disease
- Lipid metabolism
- Bone metabolism
- Iatrogenic effect of glucocorticoids