Global Type 2 Diabetes Research Summit - 2020
Dubai, Dubai
Feb 20 - 21, 2020
Session Topic Start Time End Time Location Description Speakers
Diabetes, 20 Feb 09:15 AM 20 Feb 10:15 AM General goals is to avoid acute decompensation, prevent or delay the appearance of late disease complications, decrease mortality, and maintain a good quality of life. Given the upsurge in type 2 diabetes of epidemic proportions especially within the Persian Gulf region, it is of utmost importance to realize that no health care system in the world could deal with it just through therapeutic interventions or management of its complications Propose a surveillance plan for patients with T2DM including the role of flow sheets and/or electronic records, and identification of end-organ damage Type 2 diabetes of epidemic proportions .Therapeutic interventions or management of its complications Lifestyle habits of a sedentary obesogenic.
Appropriate choice of drugs in type 2 diabetes 20 Feb 10:15 AM 20 Feb 11:15 AM Type 2 diabetes mellitus is the most common type of diabetes and choosing the most appropriate medication for every patient is the main task for the treating physician. With availability of many classes of medication for type 2 and the advance in clinical research that reflected real advantages of certain classes for certain patients had made the task more complicated and requires knowledge of advantages of each class and skills of proper sequence of adding one class after another for anti-diabetic medications.Presentation will be reviewing all the classes of antidiabetic medications reflecting the advantages and shedding light on the recent research on new classes and the evidence based recommendations of usage in certain diabetic patients with cardiovascular and renal diseases. There will be a short discussion on the need of injectable medication in the sequence of medication covering GLP 1 and insulin whether Basal / prandial injections in brief.
Stapleless Single Anastomosis Ileal Bypass, a novel procedure for the treatment for Type II diabetes 20 Feb 11:30 AM 20 Feb 12:30 PM How does Surgical Treatment affect Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, there are two methods, Weight Loss Related and Independent to weight Loss, in independent to weight loss there are some factors affect post surgically like, Increase insulin sensitivity, Decrease insulin resistance, Protect pancreatic beta-cell function by Glucagon-Like Peptide 1 (GLP1) that released by intestinal L cells (ileum, GLP-1 also Stimulate release of insulin and also play a role an Anorectic. gastric bypass patients had increased postprandial plasma PYY and GLP-1, Gastric bypass patients had early and exaggerated insulin responses, Neither effect observed in patients losing equivalent weight through gastric banding, Ghrelin hormone is only known hormone that increases appetite – “Hunger Hormone” is a Diabetogenic, increases growth hormone, cortisol, and adrenaline levels, suppresses insulin, this ghrelin hormone decrease after gastric bypass Exclusion of stomach, duodenum and proximal jejunum from the alimentary circuit After gastric bypass, decreased release of “anti-incretin” from duodenum/proximal jejunum, Suppression of Ghrelin, Expedited delivery of nutrients to distal small bowel results in increased release of GLP-1 and PYY also t riggers the ileal brake mechanism.
Telehealth applications for Diabetes Prevention and Management: Paradigm Shift in Diabetes Practice 20 Feb 12:30 PM 20 Feb 01:30 PM The translation of knowledge to practice lags in the health professions. We describe the eHealth promotion knowledge-to-action practice concept on how Diabetes Mellitus (DM) prevention can be readily incorporated into TeleHealth practice. In addition to means of targeting patients and encouraging them to participate in health behavior change, attention is given to the role of TeleHealth components of DM prevention and management. TeleHealth services with proven track records today can be broadly categorized into 3 groups: Teleconsultation, Telemonitoring, and Electronic Health Record. Teleconsultation allows patients to consult doctors about non-emergency medical conditions such as video call over an online link without having to step out of their house. Telemonitoring, on the other hand, helps healthcare professionals keep a close eye on patients dealing with chronic medical conditions such as vital signs of blood pressure and glucose levels fig1& fig2. In the back, electronic health record keeping ties the whole system together with no more paper work. It allows healthcare professionals to see a patient’s entire medical history, helping them make more accurate and timely diagnoses and treatment of their conditions.
Relationship between neuropeptide Y gene polymorphism and obesity of first- cousin offspring in the 20 Feb 02:30 PM 20 Feb 03:30 PM - Discussing about obesity- Causes of developing cardiovascular disease and type 2 diabetes o Importance of Neuropeptide y
Obesity, 20 Feb 03:30 PM 20 Feb 04:15 PM  Energy Imbalance and effects in the body Obesity Stigma: Important Considerations for Public Health Countering Assumptions That Perpetuate Weight Stigma Epidemiology of Obesity and Diabetes Obesity Stigma: Important Considerations for Public Health Countering Assumptions That Perpetuate Weight Stigma
When Bariatric Surgery not Feasible .. What 20 Feb 04:15 PM 20 Feb 05:00 PM Obesity and its metabolic complications, including diabetes, have been associated with an increased risk of several cancers. Thus, the potential use of Metformin as a novel cancer prevention strategy has generated much excitement in view of its low cost, favorable safety profile, and its potential for biological specificity in disrupting the association between obesity and cancer.
Diabetes beyond Numbers Complications & comorbidities 21 Feb 08:00 AM 21 Feb 08:45 AM - Complications of diabetes- Epidemiology and pathogenesis of diabetes complications- Microvascular complications- Diabetic Nephropathy- Diabetic Nephropathy- Vitamin D deficiency
The Year in Bone Health: Update on Vitamin D and Osteoporosis 21 Feb 08:45 AM 21 Feb 09:30 AM Osteoporosis is characterized by low bone mass, microarchitectural disruption, and increased skeletal fragility. Multiple therapeutic regimens have been designed to prevent or treat bone loss in postmenopausal women and older adults. The first step in the prevention or treatment of osteoporosis is ensuring adequate nutrition, particularly maintaining an adequate intake of calcium and vitamin D.