Diagnosis and treatment of all medically ill patients as outpatients as well as in patients. Treatment of common medical illness which comprise DM (Diabetes), HT (High Blood Pressure), IHD, BA, LRTI, fever, diarrhea. Pre operative assessment of patients and management of post operative complications.
Investigative modules – CBC, FBS, PPBS, Renal function tests, LFT, Hb, urine complete, TFT, blood and urine analysis, ECG, Echo, USG abdomen and other special tests.
Drugs are given for treatment of diabetes, hypertension, asthma, ischemic heart disease, abdominal discomfort like gastritis, diarrhea, stroke, infections, cardiac failure, renal failure, anaemia and liver disorders.
Drugs are given for treatment of diabetes, hypertension, asthma, ischemic heart disease, abdominal discomfort like gastritis, diarrehea, stroke infections, cardiac failure and renal failure, anaemia, liver disorders.
Diabetology is the clinical science of diabetes mellitus, its diagnosis, treatment and follow-up. It can be considered a specialised field of endocrinology.
Apart from regulating medication (e.g. insulin) dosage and timing, a diabetologist will also concern himself with the potential consequences of diabetes, e.g. retinopathy, nephropathy and peripheral neuropathy.
Consultation: Constitutes a detailed history and physical examination, reviewing lab reports and x-rays, making a presumptive diagnosis, ordering necessary tests and reporting to the referring physicians.
Diagnostic Evaluation: Performing necessary endocrine tests or doing provocative procedures to define under activity or over activity of an endocrine gland.
Follow-up: Usually at one to three month intervals to assess the course of the disease, or response to treatment.
Nutritional Evaluation: A detailed dietary history is taken, and then a diet is planned catered to the patient’s desirable weight and or diabetes for cholesterol control.
Dr. Anand – M.D., D.diab.,FRCP
Dr. Suresh Kanna – MBBS, MD General Medicine