Diabetes is one of the most common diseases today.
More than 425 million people worldwide have diabetes. By 2040, that number is projected to rise to 600 million.
Another conference led by Dr. Hasmik Saiyan, Deputy Director of Therapy, was held at MC Erebouni, during which endocrinologist Christina Sargsyan presented modern guidelines for the treatment of type 2 diabetes presented by the “American Diabetes Association”.
These include both new drug groups and the features of hyperglycemia in-hospital management. Recent guidelines have revised and modified treatment approaches, making it easier for practitioners to work.
It is known that type 2 diabetes is characterized by a high level of glucose in the blood due to the relative and / or absolute insulin deficiency, impaired the mechanism of insulin action. It can lead to various organ and systemic diseases, development of cardiovascular diseases, kidney failure, as well as brain and eye vessels damage, neuropathy. Proper, timely diagnosis and proper treatment prevents complications, improves quality of life.