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Register to join Dr. Sachin on 27th May and ask your questions.
In this webinar, we will learn more about the association of diabetes and COVID19 and required treatment modalities to tackle this combination. So if you have any query, don't miss it.
Diabetes is a chronic condition associated with several secondary complications. Impaired immune-response to infection is one such complication due to which diabetes patients are always at increased risk of infections including influenza and now coronavirus.
Even obesity, hypertension and kidney diseases which are another risk factor in diabetes patients makes them vulnerable for coronavirus infection. Taken all together, patients with diabetes are a high-risk and complicated group of patients to treat for COVID19, with an increased requirement of hospitalisation. Patients with diabetes need intensive attention to reduce the risk of fatalities. Patients with diabetes should follow the general prevention advice given by the authorities thoroughly to avoid infection with COVID-19.