The Arab Diabetes Forum: Egypt is in seventh place in the world with 8.5 million infected and new medicines for treatment

Egypt led the Arab Diabetes Forum under the auspices of the Arab Diabetes Association, in the presence of more than 1000 doctors from different Arab countries, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Sudan, Libya and Jordan according to the protocol of cooperation with nine Arab countries.

The Arab Diabetes Conference unveiled the latest research and studies and offered new hope to diabetics through 100 workshops attended by senior doctors, Arab experts and specialists.

Dr. Abbas Orabi, professor of diabetes and endocrinology and head of the conference, said that new types of real estate are coming onto the market that have helped a lot with diabetes and with the new drugs that are used to treat patients.

He explained that the Egyptian market has a strong drug for the treatment of diabetes and that the conference discussed diabetes type I and II in various lectures, and reviewed the new drugs, which are suitable for all patients, and studies that were attended at the conference. announced that it is safe for the patient.

Dr. Eman Roshdy, professor of Diabetes and Endocrinology at the Al-Qasr Al-Ain University and vice-president of the 9th conference of the Arab Diabetes Forum, confirmed that 8.5 million people with diabetes are also susceptible to many diseases Egypt is in seventh place the world and the risks are reduced through awareness and early diagnosis.

She added that diabetes type 2 diabetics are overweight, obesity leads to high blood pressure and diabetes affects the blood vessels.

Dr. Diaa Aweys, a professor of sugar and endocrinology, said that physicians should gain experience before describing the diabetes patient's treatment to determine the appropriate treatment for the right patient, not complications, noting that it is workshops on diabetes, nutrition, sugar and pregnancy, insulin and how was kept. Used in hospitals.

He pointed out that at the conference new medicines were highlighted that are introduced into the kidneys and the sugar is secreted and that these drugs provide a good return for patients.

Dr. Mohamed Abdel-Raouf, professor of sugar at the University of Menoufia, confirmed that Egypt has the highest rates in the Arab region of diabetes. It is necessary to raise awareness of the severity of the disease, the importance of knowing the cases that suffer from the pre-diabetes stage and also the knowledge of those who have not yet been diagnosed. For complications.

Dr. Abdulrahman Al-Sheeh from Saudi Arabia revealed that diabetes is one of the most common diseases in the Arab countries, the percentage of infections is 25% in these countries, which is a very large percentage, adding that the problem is not sugar, but complications of sugar and early detection. And the treatment avoids the patient's complications