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Diabetes mellitus is the most common endocrine metabolic disorder that is multifactorial such as, genetic factor and environment elements. Basically our body breaks down the sugar and carbohydrates into simple sugar as glucose. This glucose is required to the body cells in order to activate the metabolism. This job is done by the hormone called Insulin, which produced by beta cells. The person with high blood sugar either will have insulin resistance in the body or deficit production of insulin. The patients with high blood sugar will have symptoms such as, frequent of urination, more thirsty and hungry. Because of such factors, the glucose will start to deposit on blood vessels in heart, kidney which will damage the parts. It can eventually causes heart diseases, kidney diseases and nerve system damage.
- Track 1-1 Type I & type II diabetes
- Track 1-2Pediatric diabetes
- Track 1-3 Congenital diabetes
- Track 1-4 Monogenic diabetes
- Track 1-5 Gestational diabetes
- Track 1-6Diagnosis of diabetes
Hormones regulate internal functions from metabolism and growth to sexual development and the induction of birth. They circulate through the bloodstream, bind to target cells, and adjust the function of whole tissues and organs. It all starts with the hypothalamus and the pituitary gland, the masters of the endocrine system. The hormones they release control the secretions of the other endocrine glands and most endocrine functions. Throughout the body, hormones enable reactions to stress and other outside changes and keep regular processes running smoothly. Endocrine glands secrete hormones directly into the bloodstream. The hormones dissolve in plasma and travel the circulatory pathways through various body tissues and reach the target area such as brain, kidney.
- Track 2-1 Origin of endocrines
- Track 2-2Pediatric Endocrinology
- Track 2-3 Thyroid and thymus
- Track 2-4 Pituitary and pineal glands
- Track 2-5 Hormone dependent effects
- Track 2-6 Hormones complications
- Track 2-7 Endocrine and exocrine systems
People with diabetes are highly prone to cardiovascular complications like Atherosclerosis which is the build-up of deposits called plaques. This form in large arteries and its narrow arteries and can reduce blood flow to the heart and to the other important parts. This form is called as Coronary heart diseases (CHD). Partial blockage of the coronary arteries produces angina the chest pain and its complete blockage results in a Heart attack. Atherosclerosis can also lead to strokes that in blockage of blood flow to the brain and peripheral arterial disease which is poor blood flow to the legs. These complications are the cause of death in three quarters of people with diabetes. That’s why the risk factors are highly danger, which is more important to look for when affected with diabetes
- Track 3-1 Heart attack
- Track 3-2 Stroke
- Track 3-3 Aneurysm
- Track 3-4 Sudden cardiac arrest
- Track 3-5 Peripheral artery diseases
The Endocrine system influences how your heart beats, how your bones and tissues grow, even your ability to make a baby. It plays a vital role in whether or not you develop diabetes, thyroid disease, growth disorders, sexual dysfunction, and a host of other hormone-related disorders. Basically endocrine systems include eight major glands of the body. This is the place where, the hormone is produced. The hormones is nothing but a chemical messengers, which travel through the body organs and responsible for, metabolism, growth development and Sexual re-production. The hormone disorders might cause to a person, if the hormone is too less or too high. And also it causes if the body organs are not able to utilize the hormones precisely.
- Track 4-1 Types of endocrine disorder
- Track 4-2 Tests of endocrine disorder
- Track 4-3Hormonal disorders
- Track 4-4 Adrenalin disorders
- Track 4-5 Gitelmans syndrome
- Track 4-6 Gordons syndrome
- Track 4-7 Osteoporosis
- Track 4-8 Metabolic disorders and conditions
The Nephropathy is also called as, Kidney damage. The kidney is damaged by diabetes then it’s called as diabetic nephropathy. The nephropathy has two types Nephritis and Nephrosis. The nephritis is an inflammatory kidney disease and Nephrosis is a non-inflammatory disease in kidney. In severe cases this leads to kidney failure. Actually the kidneys have many tiny vessels to filter the blood from impurities. The high blood glucose will damage these kidney vessels and further the kidney is not able to do the job precisely. The persons with high blood sugar level or a smoker will susceptible to nephropathy.
- Track 5-1 Causes of nephropathy
- Track 5-2 Kidney damage
- Track 5-3 Chronic and acute failure
- Track 5-4 Treatment of nephropathy
- Track 5-5 Transplantation treatments
The pancreatic cancer starts with the tissue of pancreas an organ in the abdomen that lies horizontally behind the lower part of the stomach. Pancreas mainly releases the hormones and enzymes that aid the digestion as well as blood sugar level. The pancreatic cancer easily spreads to other parts of the body. These changes are rarely unseen and sometimes undetectable before it becomes severe in kind. This might be detectable in the situations like, family history of cancer or pancreatic cysts. However to people with pancreatic cysts or a family history from claiming pancreatic cancer some screening steps might assistance recognize an issue right on time. Person sign of pancreatic tumor may be diabetes, particularly when it happens for weight loss, jaundice alternately ache in the upper abdomen that spreads of the back. Medication might incorporate surgery, chemotherapy, radiation help alternately a consolidation of these.
- Track 6-1 Pancreatic enzymes
- Track 6-2 Pancreatic hormones
- Track 6-3 Exocrine and endocrine cancer
- Track 6-4 Pancreatic tumor
- Track 6-5 Metastasis
Diabetes is a genuine ailment that you can't treat all alone. Your specialist will enable you to make a diabetes treatment arrange for that is appropriate for you and that you can get it. You may likewise require other human services experts on your diabetes treatment group, including a foot specialist, nutritionist, eye specialist, and diabetes pro called an Endocrinologist. Treatment for diabetes requires keeping close watch over your glucose levels and keeping them at an objective set by your specialist with a mix of pharmaceuticals, exercise, and eating regimen. Diabetes is a typical illness, yet every individual needs remarkable care. We energize individuals with diabetes and their families to learn however much as could reasonably be expected about the most recent therapeutic treatments and methodologies, and additionally solid way of life decisions. Great correspondence with a group of specialists can enable you to feel in charge and react to evolving needs.
- Track 7-1 Islet transplantation
- Track 7-2 Insulin pump
- Track 7-3 Blood glucose monitoring
- Track 7-4 Insulin sensors and receptors
- Track 7-5 Nanotechnology treatments
- Track 7-6 Bioinformatics treatment
A tumor starts when solid cells in the body change and become wild, framing a mass. A tumor can be carcinogenic or amiable. A harmful tumor is threatening, which means it can spread to different parts of the body. An amiable tumor implies the tumor won't spread. An Endocrine tumor is a mass that influences the parts of the body that discharge hormones. Since an endocrine tumor begins in the cells that make hormones, the tumor itself can make hormones and cause genuine disease. The most widely recognized kind of endocrine tumor is thyroid growth, which starts in the Thyroid organ. There are likewise a few sorts of pancreatic disease that are named endocrine tumors. A few tumors that develop in an endocrine organ are kindhearted, which means they're not dangerous. For instance, most pituitary tumors are considerate. In any case, kind tumors are frequently regarded in an indistinguishable path from harmful tumors.
- Track 8-1 Endocrine glands
- Track 8-2 Adrenalin gland tumor
- Track 8-3 Multiple endocrine neoplasia (MEN 1&2)
- Track 8-4 Parathyroid gland tumors
- Track 8-5 Neuro-endocrine tumors
Endocrinology is a branch of science and drug managing the Endocrine framework, its illnesses, and its particular discharges known as hormones. It is additionally worried with the combination of formative occasions multiplication, development, and separation, and the mental or behavioral exercises of digestion, development and improvement, tissue work, rest, assimilation, breath, discharge, temperament, push, lactation, development, propagation, and tangible observation caused by hormones. Specializations incorporate behavioral endocrinology and relative endocrinology. The endocrine framework comprises of a few organs, all in various parts of the body that discharge hormones specifically into the blood instead of into a conduit framework. Hormones have a wide range of capacities and methods of activity; one hormone may affect distinctive target organs, and, then again, one target organ might be influenced by more than one hormone.
- Track 9-1 Genetic of endocrinology
- Track 9-2 Life style factors of metabolic diseases
Proliferation and pregnancy are the significant stages each human life. Pregnancy is likewise called as incubation, in which there is one or more posterity will create in women. Since it’s a critical piece of life, it must be done in a way so that, there will be no issue for the posterity or the women. They are at particularly high risk for developing thyroid disorders following infertility, Miscarriage & Complications during pregnancy& childbirth. What kind of Diabetes you have, there are many strides you and your social insurance group can take with a specific end goal to have a protected and solid pregnancy. In women, thyroid ailments can cause issues with your menstrual period, Problems getting pregnant, Problems amid pregnancy.
- Track 10-1 In vitro fertilization
- Track 10-2 Fertility preservation
- Track 10-3 Polycystic ovarian syndrome
- Track 10-4 Ovarian cysts
- Track 10-5 Pelvic mass and adhesions
The pancreas makes a substance called insulin. Insulin moves glucose, a sugar, from the blood into the muscles, fat, and liver cells, where it can be used as fuel. In people with type 1 diabetes the pancreas does not make enough, or sometimes any insulin. This causes glucose to build up in the blood, leading to a high level of sugar in the blood. High blood sugar over a long time can cause many complications and risk factors like, heart attack, kidney failure and stroke. A pancreas transplant can cure diabetes and eliminate the need for insulin shots. Because of the risks involved with surgery, most people with Type I diabetes do not have a pancreas transplant just after they are diagnosed. Pancreas transplant is rarely done alone. It is almost always done when someone with type 1 diabetes also needs a kidney transplant.
- Track 11-1 Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Track 11-2 Diabetes wound recovery plastic surgery
- Track 11-3Transplantation methods and Treatments
Diabetes can lead to excess cholesterol building up in the bloodstream, raising the risk of heart disease. A number of studies have shown that people with gum disease may have a higher risk of heart disease. Bacteria and inflammation in the gums may escape into the blood system and cause blockages in the blood vessels, which reduce blood flow to the heart. More research is being carried out to further investigate the effect of gum disease on the heart. People with diabetes who have poor control of their blood glucose levels are more likely to develop dental health problems. The oral health disease includes Gum diseases, Gingivitis and thrush etc. These complications in common peoples will affect by physically and economically. Therefore keeping your blood sugar within a normal range will reduce this risk. Eating a balanced diet, getting regular exercise and giving up smoking habit are also advised to lessen the risk of oral health problems.
- Track 12-1Diabetes and Gum diseases
- Track 12-2Diabetes and dental hygiene
- Track 12-3Periodontal Treatments
Healthy eating and physical activity are key lifestyle factors in managing weight. Many things can make managing weight a challenge including stress, low income levels, some medical conditions and certain medications. Type 2 diabetes is very closely associated with weight, with over 90% of newly diagnosed type 2 diabetics above their ideal weight. Being overweight can hurt your confidence, and getting back to a healthy weight can seem like a never-ending challenge. Losing some weight could both prevent you from developing diabetes, and help you to better manage your condition if you have already been diagnosed with Diabetes and Endocrinology related studies.
- Track 13-1Lipid and Glucose Metabolism
- Track 13-2 Macronutrients and diabetes
- Track 13-3 The glycemic index
- Track 13-4Etiology of obesity
- Track 13-5Obesity and Myeloma
- Track 13-6 Proteins and micronutrients
There are no such dietary patterns which are suitable for all people with different types of diabetes. For obese people with Type 2 diabetes, any weight-loss diet that the person will adhere to and achieve weight loss on is effective. Since carbohydrate is the macronutrient that raises blood glucose levels most significantly, the greatest debate is how less quantity level of food and carbohydrate diet should be. This is because although lowering carbohydrate intake will lead to reduced Blood-glucose levels this creates a problem by which the traditional establishment view that carbohydrates should be the main source of calories.
- Track 14-1Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
- Track 14-2 Carbohydrate counting
- Track 14-3 Weight loss practices
Nutrition and physical activity are the essential parts of a healthy lifestyle when you have diabetes. Following a healthy meal plan and being active can help us keep your Blood-glucose level in target range. To manage the blood glucose, we need to balance what we eat and drink with physical activity and diabetes medicine, if you take any. What we choose to Eat, Quantity and The time of meal are important in keeping your blood glucose level in the range. Regular exercise also has special advantages if you have type 2 Diabetes. It can also help prevent type 2 diabetes from developing. Regular physical activity improves the body’s sensitivity to Insulin and helps manage our blood glucose (sugar) levels. Physical activity is any form of movement that causes the body to burn calories. During a physical activity, active muscles use up glucose as a source of energy. Regular physical activity helps to prevent glucose from building up in your blood. So the physical activity is an important practice to keep our body out of diabetes and related complications
- Track 15-1 Herbal foods
- Track 15-2Dietary approaches for weight loss
- Track 15-3Low-density lipoproteins
A healthful eating pattern, regular physical activity, and often pharmacotherapy are key components of diabetes management. For many individuals with diabetes, the most challenging part of the treatment plan is determining what to eat. It is the position of the American Diabetes Association (ADA) that there is not a “one-size-fits-all” eating pattern for individuals with diabetes. The ADA also recognizes the integral role of Nutrition therapy in overall diabetes management and has historically recommended that each person with diabetes be actively engaged in self-management, education, and treatment planning with his or her health care provider, which includes the collaborative development of an individualized eating plan Therefore, it is important that all members of the health care team be knowledgeable about Diabetes nutrition therapy and supports its implementation.
- Track 16-1 Nutrition developments and interventions
- Track 16-2 Supplements for diabetes
- Track 16-3 Content of the nutrition
- Track 16-4 Herbal products
- Track 16-5 Adaptogen herbs
Diabetes can be especially hard on women. The burden of diabetes on women is unique because the disease can affect both mothers and their unborn children. Women can have a healthy pregnancy after being diagnosed with type 1 or type 2 Diabetes. It’s all about our self-importance to manage the condition before and during pregnancy to avoid complications. When the women planning to have a baby, the best thing what could possible and remove the complication is to try to get the Blood-glucose levels as close to our target range. The target ranges may be different from the state of pregnancy and normal. Mainly, the blood glucose levels and general health need to be tracked before and during your pregnancy. On pregnancy, blood glucose and ketones travel through the placenta to the baby since they require energy from glucose like all the lives. The babies are at risk for birth defects if the glucose levels are too high. Transferring high blood sugar to unborn babies puts them at risk for cognitive impairments, developmental delays, and high blood pressure.
- Track 17-1Preconception care of women with diabetes
- Track 17-2Sexual dysfunction in women with TID
- Track 17-3Prepregnancy care
- Track 17-4Risk factors and Complications
Diabetes mellitus type 2 is an epidemic health problem, affecting more than 150 million people worldwide. This number is expected to double in the first decades of the third millennium. Recently, evidence for reduction of complications of type 2 diabetes with tight control of hyperglycemia has been reported, but current therapies, including diet, exercise, behaviour modification, oral hypoglycemic agents, and insulin, rarely return patients to euglycemia. Morbid obesity, in which patients exceed their ideal weight by at least 100 lb or are more than 200% of ideal body weight, is a condition with high mortality and morbidity because of its association with severe comorbid diseases such as hypertension, diabetes, hyperlipidemia, and cardiopulmonary failure. In these patients, surgery represents the most effective therapy in that it achieves significant and durable weight loss as well as resolution or amelioration of comorbidities. Current indications for surgery in morbidly obese patients include body mass index (BMI) greater than 40 or greater than 35 if comorbidities are present.
- Track 18-1 Bariatric surgeries
- Track 18-2 Metabolic surgeries
- Track 18-3Sleeve gastrectomy
- Track 18-4Vascular Surgery
To overcome the problems in diabetes, The National Centre for Complementary and Alternative Medicine, part of the National Institutes of Health, defines complementary and alternative medicine as a "group of diverse medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not presently considered to be part of conventional medicine." Complementary medicine is used with Conventional therapy, whereas alternative medicine is used instead of conventional medicine. Some people with diabetes use complementary or alternative therapies to treat diabetes. Although some of these therapies may be effective, others can be ineffective or even harmful. Patients who use complementary and alternative medicine need to let their health care providers know what they are doing. Sometimes it may cause allergic effects on their bodies and also by choosing the conventional therapies the side effects can be removed.
- Track 19-1 Acupuncture
- Track 19-2 Insulin pumps
- Track 19-3 Pancreas transplantation
- Track 19-4 Insulin pens
- Track 19-5 Insulin injections in modern type
- Track 19-6 Alternative for nephropathy
- Track 19-7 Diabetic nutraceuticals
Since this type of diseases deals with, hormones and enzymes, the improvement and applications are changing day by day. Present studies of common genetic variations in deiodinase and thyroid hormone transport proteins offer fresh insights in understanding the variable response to Thyroid hormone therapy and further research may addresses whether subsets of patients will benefit from challenges and improvements to combination therapy. Despite significant challenges, opportunities abound for improving the thyroid treatment Augments Psychiatric Therapy and also Improvements of Reproductive Neuro-Endocrinology or Neuroendocrine Function in Hypothalamic. The burden of diabetes on the health care system mandates efforts to more optimally treat those with the disease and to prevent its development in those at risk. Early and intensive intervention in patients with diabetes reduces the risk of micro vascular and macro vascular complications and disease progression.
- Track 20-1 Epidemiology and pathophysiology
- Track 20-2 Diabetes dyslipidemia
- Track 20-3 Drug developments
- Track 20-4 Methods of preventing diabetes
- Track 20-5 Impact and physical activity
- Track 20-6 Yoga and related therapies
- Track 20-7 Future technologies