As per World Health Organization (WHO), diabetes is a chronic disease, which occurs when the pancreas does not produce enough insulin or the body cannot effectively use the insulin it produces This leads to an increased concentration of glucose in the blood (which is also known as hyperglycaemia).Patients with high blood sugar typically experience symptoms like frequent urination (polyuria), they will become increasingly thirsty (polydipsia) and hungry (polyphagia). If not treated and monitored, high blood glucose levels can lead to various complications like Kidney Disease (Diabetic Nephropathy), Nerve Diseases (Diabetic Neuropathy), Eye Problems (Diabetic Retinopathy), Foot Ulcers, Infections, Gangrene, Dyslipidemia, Hypertension, Cardiovascular Complications, Stroke to name a few.With the increasing incidence of sedentary lifestyle, increased consumption of fast food and insufficient physical activity, the incidence of diabetes in tremendously rising. The statistics as per WHO projects that diabetes will be the 7th leading cause of death in 2030. Diabetology is a branch of medicine which deals with the diagnosis and treatment of Diabetes and Diabetologists are physicians who diagnose and treat patients with diabetes.

People with diabetes can develop many different foot problems. With high blood glucose levels, even ordinary problems can get worse leading to serious complications. Mostly, diabetics suffer from foot problems due to neuropathy (nerve damage) which may result into tingling, pain, burning, stinging, loss of or reduced sensations or weakness in the foot. Loss of feeling in the foot can result in stepping on some sharp object causing injury without the person realising, and this can result in infections which if not noted on time can lead to complications as severe as gangrene. Compromised blood supply along with lack of sensation due to neuropathy, predisposes a diabetic to several foot complications like ulcerations, infections, Athlete's Feet, skin infections, Fungal infections of the nail, calluses, corns, blisters, bunion, ingrown toe nails, plantar warts and neuropathic osteoarthropathy. The incidence of people with diabetes to have a foot or leg amputated is much higher than other people. Diabetic Foot clinics are programs associated to take care and to prevent diabetics from all foot related problems.

Urinary incontinence is an inability to hold urine until you get to a toilet (unintentional loss of urine). It is often temporary, and it always results from an underlying medical condition. Overall this is about 4 in 100 adults, and well over half of these are due to stress incontinence. Stress incontinence becomes more common in older women. As many as 1 in 5 women over the age of 40 have some degree of stress incontinence with affected quality of life.Specialised testsYour doctor may order urodynamic tests, which are used to assess the function of your bladder. Common tests include:Measurements of postvoid residual urine. When you urinate or experience urinary incontinence, your bladder may not empty completely. To measure residual urine after you have voided, a thin tube (catheter) is passed through the urethra and into your bladder. The catheter drains the remaining urine, which can then be measured. Alternatively, a specialist may use an ultrasound scan, which translates sound waves into an image of your bladder and its contents. Measuring bladder pressure. Cystometry measures pressure in your bladder and in the surrounding region during bladder filling. A catheter is used to fill your bladder slowly with warm water. This procedure, when combined with a voiding study, tells whether the muscle that connects the urethra to the bladder (urinary sphincter) exerts enough pressure to keep the urethra closed as bladder pressure rises. Creating images of the bladder as it functions. Video urodynamics use either X-ray or ultrasound waves to create pictures of the bladder as it fills and empties. Warm water mixed with a dye that shows up on X-rays is gradually instilled in the bladder via a catheter while the images are recorded. When your bladder is full, the imaging continues as you urinate to empty your bladder. This test is often combined with cystometry.

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Dr. Vishal Chaudhari

Diabetologist | Thyroid Specialist


Dr. Vishal Chaudhari is a Diabetologist,PHYSICIAN and Internal Medicine in Dombivli, Thane and has an experience of 12 years in these fields. Dr. Vishal Chaudhari practices at Sai Jyot Multispeciality Hospital in Dombivli, Thane,Siddhivinayak Microbiology & Diagnostic Centre in Dombivli East, Thane and Shree Ashirwad Hospital in Dombivli East, Thane. He completed MBBS from Grant Medical College and Sir JJ Hospital, Mumbai in 2000,Diploma in Diabetology (Mumbai University) from School of Physiotherapy, BYL Nair hospital ,Byculla, Mumbai in 2005 and FCPS - Medicine from School of Physiotherapy, BYL Nair hospital ,Byculla, Mumbai in 2006. Some of the services provided by the doctor are: Insulin Treatment,Diabetes Management,Bronchial Asthma Treatment,Fever Treatment and Hypertension Treatment etc.


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