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Aug 10-12, 2023    Vienna, Austria

2nd International Conference on

Diabetes and Endocrinology

About Longdom Conferences

Longdom Conferences hosting 200+ leading international conferences and virtual events annually. It is instrumental in bringing together experts and learners from all over the globe for mutual growth and effective research-oriented discussions. As per the present market demand and growth in the field of diabetic research, Longdom Meetings is hosting its “International Conference on Diabetes and Hypertension”. This is scheduled for October 19-20, 2023 in Madrid, Spain. The Diabetes 2023 extends immense pleasure in inviting you to join us at this conference which will be focusing on the theme "Future of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice". We aim to engage, empower, evolve, and explore knowledge among attendees from all levels of scientific research on diabetes. This diabetes conference will be focussing on the core knowledge and major advances in the rapidly emerging fields by attracting eminent scholars, experts, and professionals globally.

Why join LONGDOM Conferences?

Understand the current state of research | Meet international colleagues and experts | Visit the exhibition of leading-edge technology | Engage with editors of the top journals in your field | Global networking and certification | Brand launching and many more to explore

Who will be the participants?

Academic Deans and Directors | Professors and project leads | Postdocs and research scholars | Young scientists and students | CEOs/ CFOs/ Chairs/ Vice-Chairs | Marketing/ business and development teams | Experts who are keen-sighted for collaboration | Product designers and resolution workers | Business sales & services professionals | Associations and society members | Funding organizations & fundraisers

Important Scientific Sessions

Track 01: Diabetes and Endocrinology:

Diabetes is a disease that occurs when our blood glucose is too high. Blood glucose is our main source of energy that comes from the food we eat. Insulin, a hormone made by the pancreas, helps glucose from food to get into our cells to be used for energy. Sometimes our body doesn’t make insulin well. Glucose then stays in our blood and doesn’t reach to our cells. Endocrinology is the study of medicine that transmits to our endocrine system, which is the system that controls hormones. Endocrinologists are specially trained physicians who identify diseases related to the glands. Because these doctors specialize in these circumstances, which can be complex and have hard-to-spot symptoms, an endocrinologist is our best believer when we are dealing with hormonal issues. The endocrinologist's goal is to restore hormonal balance in our body.

Types of Diabetes:
(a). Type 1 Diabetes  
(b). Type 2 Diabetes
(c). Pre-Diabetes
(d). Gestational diabetes

Types of Endocrinology:
(a).Neuroendocrinology
(b).Reproductive endocrinology
(c).Endocrine oncology

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Track 02: Complications of Diabetes:

Potential complications of diabetes and frequent comorbidities consist of: Heart and blood vessel disease. Diabetes is associated with a better risk of heart disease, stroke, high blood pressure and narrowing of blood vessels (atherosclerosis). Diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA) is a common and life-threatening complication of type 1 diabetes, particularly at the time of diagnosis. DKA is less common at diagnosis and through the course of type 2 diabetes. Diabetes is the foremost reason of kidney disease. Micro vascular complications of diabetes are those long-term complications that disturb small blood vessels. These typically contain retinopathy, nephropathy, and neuropathy. Retinopathy is divided into two key categories: No proliferative retinopathy and proliferative retinopathy.

Possible complications include:

  • Cardiovascular disease.
  • Nerve damage (neuropathy).
  • Kidney damage (nephropathy).
  • Eye damage (retinopathy).
  • Foot damage.
  • Skin conditions.
  • Hearing impairment.
  • Alzheimer's disease.

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Track 03: Advanced treatment and prevention of diabetes:

Check your diabetes risk: Take the risk assessment and learn more about your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. A score of 12+ indicates that you are at high risk and may be eligible for the LIFE program! Program - a free Victorian lifestyle modification program that helps you reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease.

Manage your weight: Excess body fat, especially if stored around the abdomen, can increase the body's resistance to the hormone insulin. This can lead to type 2 diabetes.

Regular exercise: Moderate physical activity most days of the week helps manage weight, lower blood sugar, and may also improve blood pressure and cholesterol.

Have a healthy and balanced diet: Reduce the amount of fat in the diet, especially saturated and trans fats. Eat more fruits, vegetables and high fiber foods. Reduce the salt.

Limit takeout and processed foods: "Prepared meals" are typically high in salt, fat, and kilojoules. It's best to cook yourself using fresh ingredients whenever possible.

Limit your alcohol consumption: Too much alcohol can lead to weight gain and can raise your blood pressure and triglyceride levels. Men should drink no more than two standard drinks a day and women no more than one.

Stop smoking: Smokers are twice as likely to develop diabetes as non-smokers.

Control your blood pressure: Most people can achieve this by exercising regularly, eating a balanced diet, and maintaining a healthy weight. In some cases, it may require medication prescribed by the doctor.

Reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease: Diabetes and cardiovascular disease share many common risk factors, including obesity and physical inactivity.

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Track 04: Diabetes and Nutrition:

The importance of nutrition in the treatment of diabetes patients cannot be overstated. Blood glucose levels in the patient can be regulated by eating well and in a balanced manner. For diabetics, macronutrients are the most significant dietary component. To stay healthy, patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes must follow different nutritional diets. A low-carbohydrate diet should be followed by diabetic people with type 1 diabetes.

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Track 05: Diabetes and High Blood Pressure:

When diabetes affects the arteries, they become targets for hardening, which can result in excessive blood pressure. Diabetic people are at an increased risk of developing heart disease, stroke, kidney failure, and other health problems. In people with diabetes, blood pressure should not exceed 130/80. Diabetic and hypertensive patients are more likely to develop cardiovascular disease. Diabetes can harm the kidneys, eyes, neurological system, heart, and blood vessels if it is not adequately treated. People with high blood pressure and diabetes are sometimes administered blood pressure devices such ACE inhibitors, which are believed to protect the kidneys.

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Track 06: Insulin Signalling, Action and Secretion:

The pancreas recognises a constant rise in blood glucose concentration after carbs are consumed, digested, and absorbed, and produces insulin to drive an increase in glucose level in the bloodstream, a condition known as hyperglycemia. Type 1 diabetes is caused by a significant decrease in insulin production due to beta cell death caused by autoimmunity. Type-2 diabetes is a complex condition characterised by a progressive increase in insulin resistance and a lack of insulin production, resulting in overt hyperglycemia.

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Track 07: Diabetic Neuropathy:

Diabetic neuropathy is a type of nerve damage induced by long-term high blood sugar levels. Peripheral neuropathy, autonomic neuropathy, proximal neuropathy, and localised neuropathy are all types of nerve injury. Numbness, loss of feeling in the hands and feet, disorientation, diarrhoea, nausea, muscle weakness, loss of balance, difficulty swallowing, and indigestion are some of the symptoms. A physical examination can be used to diagnose diabetic neuropathy.

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Track 08: Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases:

Diabetes is a major risk factor for heart disease and stroke (CVD) (CVD). Vascular ailments include retinopathy and nephropathy, peripheral vascular infection (PVD), stroke, and coronary artery disease (CAD). Diabetes wreaks havoc on the heart muscle, causing systolic and diastolic heart failure. It's unclear what's causing the rise in cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Hyperglycemia, a diabetic condition, may add to heart damage after ischemia episodes, according to evidence.

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Track 09: Case Studies and New Research Advances in Diabetes:

The primary purpose of diabetes research is to determine the disorder's overall status. A wide range of case and research studies, including animal and human models, are available. Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic that is quickly growing. Impaired glucose tolerance and impaired fasting glucose are two kinds of prediabetes that arise when the body's insulin, the hormone that tells body tissues how to use glucose, is not produced. Researchers are sifting through the data to understand more about how different medicines affect the two types of prediabetes.

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Track 10: Treatment for diabetes and hypertension:

Many of the things you do for your diabetes will also help with high blood pressure:

  1. Control your blood sugar.
  2. Stop smoking.
  3. Eat healthy.
  4. Exercise most days.
  5. Keep your weight in a healthy range.
  6. Don't drink a lot of alcohol.
  7. Limit how much salt you eat.
  8. Visit your doctor regularly.

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