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What are comorbidities and how does one detect them? What about people who have other health issues and/or disorders? Do we understand the physiology of Covid19 and disorders like diabetes, hypertension, existing respiratory problems, and such?
From way back in December 2019, when Covid19 was first discovered in Wuhan, China, the world has come a long way. From the initial shock of the global pandemic to then comfortably adjusting to multiple waves of lockdown and now the New Normal, where constantly wearing a mask and using sanitizer by the clock has become the norm.
Today over 20 million people have been vaccinated against covid19 around the world. So, it does seem like 2021 is going to be better than 2020 after all.
Having said that, we aren’t in the clear yet. So, join in with Dr. Nuzhat to better understand the pandemic and how it plays with diabetes.
- Medical Practitioners running their own clinical practice in Clinics/Hospitals
- Clinic/Hospital owners/Hospital administrators
Dr. Nuzhat Chalisa A global perspective on Covid and Diabetes
Dr. Nuzhat Chalisa is a clinical endocrinologist practicing at Morris Hospital, Chicago, USA. With over 20 years of experience to her name, she consults on the full spectrum of endocrine diseases and is the Founder-President of diabetes non-profit Kisat Diabetes Organization. The organisation was st
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