Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases
Diabetes mellitus aggravates mechanisms underlying atherosclerosis and heart failure. Unfortunately, these mechanisms are not sufficiently modulated by therapeutic strategies focusing solely on optimal glycemic control with currently accessible drugs or approaches. Women with diabetes have a considerably more serious danger of coronary illness compared to those of similar age who don't have diabetes. Actually, cardiovascular disease is by a long shot the most frequent reason for death in the two people with diabetes. Lamentably, in patients with diabetes, improvement in survival after a heart attack has been not exactly half as much as in the overall population. The main objective of this conference is to build open attention to early discovery and better treatment of diabetes to prevent its complications.
- Track 1-1 Heart disease
- Track 2-2 Stroke
- Track 3-3 High Blood Pressure
- Track 4-4 Diagnosis methods of Heart Disease
- Track 5-5 Atherosclerosis
- Track 6-6 Hypertension