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The Future of Diabetes Care: Technological Advances

Diabetes significantly impacts kidney health, leading to a condition known as diabetic kidney disease (DKD). Individuals with diabetes are at higher risk of developing kidney complications, including nephropathy and kidney failure. Controlling blood sugar levels through proper medication and lifestyle management is crucial in preventing kidney damage. Regular monitoring of kidney function through urine and blood tests is essential for early detection of DKD. Lifestyle modifications such as maintaining a healthy weight, following a balanced diet, and staying physically active can help mitigate the risk of kidney complications in diabetes. Hypertension management is imperative in diabetes to preserve kidney function and prevent further damage. Diabetic patients should prioritize annual comprehensive eye exams as diabetic retinopathy is often associated with kidney disease.

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Dr. Amit Gupta

Vice Chairperson - American Diabetes Association (ADA) Executive Council Member National RSSDI

Dr Amit Gupta is Director- Centre For Diabetes Care, Greater Noida, Vice Chair - American Diabetes Association (ADA)- International Advisory Committee, Regional Council member International Diabetes Federation (IDF) South East Asia, Committee Member - Membership Advisory Group, Advisor - Public Health and Epidemiology Interest Group ADA, Executive Council Member National RSSDI, Joint Secretary Diabetes India ,Advisory Council Member for International Relations ACP India Chapter, Honorary Secretary -Diabetes Technology Trust of India , Executive Editor- Sadikot International TextBook of Diabetes - 2nd Edition, 50 National and International Publications

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Diabetes significantly impacts kidney health, leading to a condition known as diabetic kidney disease (DKD). Individuals with diabetes are at higher risk of developing kidney complications, including nephropathy and kidney failure. Controlling blood sugar levels through proper medication and lifestyle management is crucial in preventing kidney damage. Regular monitoring of kidney function through urine and blood tests is essential for early detection of DKD. Lifestyle modifications such as maintaining a healthy weight, following a balanced diet, and staying physically active can help mitigate the risk of kidney complications in diabetes. Hypertension management is imperative in diabetes to preserve kidney function and prevent further damage. Diabetic patients should prioritize annual comprehensive eye exams as diabetic retinopathy is often associated with kidney disease.