Diabetes care requires regular interaction between the diabetes care team and patients for shared decision making, optimizing treatment plans, self-care behaviors like attention to diet, exercise, preventive care measures, drug adherence, and self-monitor
The lifetime risk of people with diabetes to develop a foot ulcer is 34%.
More than 50% of diabetic foot ulcers become infected.
A structured diabetic foot care program can yield a 75% reduction in amputation rates
285 million people worldwide have a visual impairment
2.5 billion people lack access to eyecare
39 million go blind annually
Both Men and Women are at increased risk for sexual dysfunction
Sexual dysfunction is associated with markedly lower quality of life and psychological distress
Do not hesitate, tell your doctor!
A better and deeper understanding of diabetes by a person living with diabetes can improve glucose control. Diabetes education allows one to make better decisions about diabetes. Work with your diabetes care team to get the support you need. According to IDF Diabetes Atlas 9th editions 2019
463 Million People Living with Diabetes worldwide
Projected rise in No. of Patients with Diabetes in India (%) By 2045
percentage of the People who do not know that they have diabetes
The latest technological Innovations are used for patient care.
“Compassion is a necessity, not a luxury.”
Centre for diabetes care provides ongoing monitoring and support.
Technology is changing the landscape of diabetes care. We use the latest technological innovations to manage diabetes and its complications
We seek patient preferences to specify goals that are measurable, achievable, realistic and time-limited
Diabetes Care Team consists of Medical Professionals (Diabetologist, Nephrologist, Retina Specialist) Diabetes Educator, Dietitian, Diabetes Nurse, Social Worker, and many others
Diabetes management often requires counselling and reassurance. Our E-consultation platform is aimed to discuss issues from the comfort of your home.
We use world class equipment's to detect diabetes complications
Diabetes Self Management, Education and Support (DSMES) is key element of care for all people with diabetes and those at risk for developing diabetes
Your diabetes diet is simply a healthy-eating plan that will help you control your blood sugar. Here's help getting started, from meal planning to counting carbohydrates.
Diabetic retinopathy is a highly specific vascular complication of both types of diabetes, with prevalence strongly related to both the duration of diabetes & the level of glycemic control.
Foot ulcers and amputation, which are consequences of diabetic neuropathy or peripheral arterial disease, are common and represent major causes of morbidity and mortality in people with diabetes.
Diabetes complications are related to the duration as well as control of diabetes. Uncontrolled diabetes can affect each and every organ of the body
Diabetes mellitus is a common cause of sexual dysfunction in both men and women. Sexual dysfunction may have multiple causes. It may be a cause of psychological distress.
Smoking Cessation is one of the most important step in reducing the future risk of heart attacks and stroke.
Diabetes lowers immunity which is required to fight infections. Immune system may be compromised in patients even with well managed diabetes. Immunization provides protection against vaccine preventable diseases.
Diabetes is recognized as a lifestyle disease. Lifestyle management is the core of diabetes management. It includes Medical Nutrition Therapy (MNT), Physical activity, Smoking cessation, Psychological and Social care.
Diabetes has many faces and each patients is having some unique characteristic. Diabetes in young, Diabetes in elderly, Diabetes in Pregnancy are some of the prototypes with different needs and management plans.
Diabetes is a multisystemic metabolic disorder which is charaectrized by a rise in blood sugar level due to insulin resisatnce and insulin deficiency. A fasting blood glucose level of 126 mg % or more, a 2 hour post meal sugar level of 200 mg% or more and. an HbA1c of more than 6.5% is diagnostic of diabetes
The common symptoms of the diabetes are increased thirst (polydipsia) ,increased urination (polyuria), weight loss, tiredness, fatigue, weakness and lack of energy.
Patients with diabetes can eat fruits. Fruits contain carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins. The serving size of fruit is detrmined by its carbohydrate content. The more the carbohydrate content smaller is the serving size. A balanced diet and healthy eating plan must include locally available seasonal fruits.
I trust my life with Dr. Gupta. So does everyone in my family. He has been gifted with medical knowledge and common sense. Which is sadly missing in most of them. Plus there is something about his placid disposition which makes the patient feel at ease
Good. The Doctor was very friendly and narrative in a positive way. He told me all the things about diabetes and its control and I listened to it patiently. He not only gives me advice on changing my lifestyle but also invited me to join a group of people to do Yoga on Sundays and live a very healthy life. Dr. Amit is maybe the right Dr for all the Diabetic people of the city.
Mr. Amit is a well experienced and friendly dr who not only discusses the health issues but also makes sure that the patient is comfortable to discuss his or her problems and then guiding him/her with his treatment. Besides his treatment, he also advises how to keep yourself fit in a daily routine which is really highly appreciable.
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It was a good experience. The doctor listened to the problems and gave a satisfied solution. His approach is very positive and makes the patient fully comfortable, satisfied, removes the fear of the disease and gives a good course of action for management
Dr. Amit Gupta is a consummate professional, very knowledgeable, innovative and experienced. He is always pleasant and great at putting patients at ease. I very highly recommend him and have already done so to many members of my family for a variety of medical issues.
This is on behalf of my father Mr. AK Srivastava. The experience was excellent. The doctor gave sufficient time to get details and gave advice as well. Medication provided is helping to control sugar levels.
Adults With T1D Who Have Diabetic Peripheral Neuropathy More Likely To Experience Severe Hypoglycemia, DKA Than Peers Without Peripheral Neuropathy, Study Indicates
Dr. Amit Gupta delivered a talk on " The Increasing Burden of Diabetes" at India Habitat Centre New Delhi ( 3rd Jan 2020).
Centre for diabetes care (CDC) is a specialized diabetic care centre which focuses on treating diabetes and related diseases. It is a one-stop centre for all diabetes-related health issues.
A new study recently published in the JAMA has reported that eating ultra-processed food increases the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Diabetes technology implies the use of the latest devices, hardware, and software for people with diabetes to manage blood glucose levels, prevent diabetes complications.