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Uazman Alam
Husband, dad, doctor, diabetes complications researcher and Liverpool fan. Works at the University of Liverpool and Aintree University Hospital. Views my own.
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Niels Ejskjaer Jan 17
Keynote lecture at Danish Endocrine Society Ann’l Meeting 2020 by , Chair Endocrinology, : “Cancer treatment, general endocrinology challenges with focus on breast cancer and anti-hormonal therapy”. Also aspects of impact on bone and novel treatments.
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EASDelearning Jan 17
We’re building a suite of modules designed to educate, inform and engage healthcare professionals around the world. Sign up for a free account, and learn from the experts at your own pace. New modules coming soon!
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EASDelearning Jan 16
Ramadan begins in April. Our course is designed to help you treat and manage people with type 1 diabetes or type 2 before, during and after Ramadan.
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EASDelearning Jan 13
For many people working in the field, and Ramadan can be a particularly challenging issue. Our module with covers a basic introduction to the topic through to complex drug regimen management changes during the fasting period.
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Prash Vas Jan 12
Agree The diabetologist provides the model of care around which the other specialities can provide the care. And the support you mention It's a subspecialty within .
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Prash Vas Jan 12
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Nachi Chockalingam Jan 11
1.5% of world’s population need or ;a review of 342 show that the current literature doesn't provide quality research evidence to conclude on their effectiveness &cost-effectiveness. We need more structured research!
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Prash Vas Jan 7
Does the OVIVA trial support the use of oral antibiotics in ?🤔
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Abd Tahrani Jan 2
Many thanks Ali, you are right but the risk of death will go higher the more contributing factors, an example is if the hypo occur in a patient with severe OSA (hypoxaemia) with underlying CAD and autonomic neuropathy... then the combination becomes "more" fatal
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Ali Aldibbiat Jan 2
I agree with your insight, though I think autonomic neuropathy and hypoglycemia has more to play than advanced coronary artery disease at the younger age group
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Kamlesh Khunti Dec 31
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Nachi Chockalingam Dec 24
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Uazman Alam Dec 21
Best in the world is Bobby Firmino.....
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Eirik Søfteland Dec 20
Great picture, guys! Good to see you 🙂!
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Uazman Alam Dec 20
More friends , chat and talking neuropathy & small nerve fibre collaborations over lunch
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St Paul’s News Dec 18
We've done our first KPro , an operation designed for people who have had two or more failed corneal and poor vision. giving a patient sight for the first time in almost two years. Read the full story:
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Uazman Alam Dec 19
Good to catch up with old friends and watch football
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Abd Tahrani Dec 16
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Eirik Søfteland Dec 12
Candidate was perfect. I did my best. Altogether a very interesting experience whereby we all went our ways somewhat wiser... I hope 👍
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Prash Vas Dec 12
How did it go ?
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