Diabetes

DIABETIC PERIPHERAL ANGIOPATHY (DPA)

Diabetic angiopathy is one of the most common complications that arise from chronic diabetes. Patients suffering from diabetic angiopathy experience a narrowing in the arteries.

TYPE 2 DIABETES

In the case of Type-2 Diabetes, the body produces enough insulin, however, the body fails to respond to the insulin and develops a resistance to insulin. This results in accumulation of blood sugar in the body.

TYPE 1 DIABETES

Patients suffering from type 1 Diabetes have little to no insulin produced by the pancreas unlike type 2 diabetes where there is enough insulin. This lack of insulin reduces the body’s ability to absorb enough sugar, leading to severe consequences.

DIABETIC FOOT

Diabetes is a fairly common condition, characterized by an overall elevated level of blood sugar in the body. There are significant risks of long term increased levels of blood sugar. One such complication is called the diabetic foot or diabetic foot syndrome (DFS).