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Contents Preface Diabetes identification Microvascular complications Macrovascular complications Classification OF Diabetes .. 3 .. 4 .. 5 .. 5 .. 6

Criteria for the diagnosis of diabetes.... 7 Creteria for Screening for Diabetes in Asymptomatic Adults .. 8 Creteria for Screening for Type 2 Diabetes in Children ... 9 Management of Pre-Diabetes ..10

Initial Evaluation of Adults with Diabetes ..12 Management of Diabetes Mellitus .. 14 Management of infection associated with hyperglycaemia with or without ketosis: .15

Infections connected with hypoglycaemia .. 16 Treatment of type 1 diabetes in kids and adolescents 17 National Diabetes Guidelines | 111 .. 20

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Preface The variety of individuals with diabetic issues in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has improved considerably during the last 3 years, and with the further growth of the nation more and more individuals will be clinically identified as having diabetic issues. As seen in the research performed in 2000, the occurrence of diabetic issues among the people of the UAE is the second maximum in the entire globe Unfortunately, a big variety of individuals with diabetic issues in the UAE do not get the maximum care, and the glycaemic levels of individuals are not within the objectives of the glycaemic objectives set by the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and other major international diabetic issues companies (e. g. American Diabetes Association (ADA)). Therefore the occurrence of lengthy lasting diabetic issues problems, exclusively, heart, kidney and ophthalmic problems are high among individuals with diabetic issues in the UAE. In order to improve the total well being and reduce the future problems of diabetic issues, the National Diabetes Committee (NDC) has designed these recommendations to ensure maximum diabetic issues control, which every person with diabetic issues should get. These recommendations use the proof, research of IDF and ADA recommendations, as well as local experience acquired over the years. Thus the recommendations are specialized to match the lifestyle and the style of living in the UAE, guaranteeing a effective and effective method for the control of diabetic issues. NDC highly suggests these recommendations to be followed by anyone engaged in the control of individuals with diabetes

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Diabetes identification: Diabetes is a identified devastating condition which intends individuals and group wellness. Studies have verified the multiplied propagate of this condition, both worldwide and in our regional atmosphere. The Ministry of Health is investing special significance to this topic, in line with the recommendations from the sensible governmental authority of his highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan, President of the UAE, and his sibling, his highness Sheikh Mohammad Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President, Prime Ministerand Ruler of Dubai. These recommendations offer the maximum, up-to-date best exercise techniques in healthcare, for both regional and retirees living in our community. As part of this instruction, the National Diabetes Committee has been recognized. The members of the committee have attended placing together a national way to fight this dangerous condition, as well as set the objectives and projects which will avoid the development of diabetes, In addition the National Diabetes Committee works to increase attention in all age categories, featuring the risks of diabetes and assisting to avoid its serious problems through early diagnosis Research, research and evidence-based medication form the back-bone of the execution strategy of the national technique, offering an purpose and expertly defined course of action, which has led to the adopting of the Diabetes Care Continuum (DCC) program, the realistic means by which the ideal strategy is being implemented. Diabetes is a serious disease that requires continuing medical care and individual selfmanagement education to prevent serious problems and to prevent lengthy lasting

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problems. Diabetes is a metabolic disorder of several aetiology , recognized by serious hyperglycemia with disruptions in carbohydrates, fat, and protein metabolic rate, as a result of either problem of blood insulin release or action or both. The longterm effects of serious hyperglycemia, typically separated into micro- and macrovascular problems, results in malfunction, damage, or failing of various organs: 1. Microvascular complications: Eyes (, glaucoma, retinopathy, cataract, blindness) Kidneys (renal failure, nephropathy) Nervous system Peripheral neuropathy (foot ulcer, amputation) Autonomic neuropathy (orthostatic hypotension, diabetic enteropathy, diabetic gastroparesis, sexual dysfunction, gustatory sweating) 2. Macrovascular complications: Cardiovascular (peripheral artery disease, coronary artery disease, cerebrovascular disease, congestive heart failure) Occurrence of diabetic issues and impaired glucose tolerance (igt) in the UAE The ENDCAD research (The Emirates Nationwide Diabetes Study & Testing for Coronary Artery Condition Danger Factors), conducted mutually by the World Health Organization and the UAE Ministry of Health between the years 1998-2000 on 6,609 men and women people above the age of 21 decades, (2,363 UAE excellent and 4,246 retirees revealed the dominance of Diabetes and Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) as follows:

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Total DM 19.6%, IGT 15.2% UAE nationals DM 24%, IGT 17.9% Expatriates DM 17.4%, IGT 13.4% Classification OF Diabetes the classification of diabetes contains four clinical classes: 1. TYPE 1 Diabetes: < 10% Type 1 diabetic issues outcomes from -cell devastation, usually resulting in overall blood insulin deficiency Type 1A - Defense mediated (> 90% of Kind 1 diabetes) Type 1B - Idiopathic (< 10% of Kind 1 diabetes) 2. TYPE 2 Diabetes: > 90% Heterogenic type outcomes from a modern decrease of -cell operate on the background of insulin level of resistance. 3. Gestational diabetic issues (GDM): Diagnosed during pregnancy. 4. Other types: Pancreatic condition, e.g. serious pancreatitis, pancreatectomy Hormonal condition, e.g. Cushings problem, thyrotoxicosis, acromegally

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Genetic syndromes (Downs syndrome, Klinefelters problem, Turners problem etc) Medication caused, e.g. steroid drugs, interferon etc Monogenic causes of diabetes (MODY, MIDD) Criteria for the diagnosis of diabetes 1. Warning signs of diabetic issues and casual plasma glucose 200 mg/dl (11.1 mmol/l). Casual is determined as whenever of the day without respect to time since the last food. The traditional signs of diabetic issues consist of polyuria, polydipsia, and unexplained losing bodyweight. Or 2. Fasting plasma glucose (FPG) 126 mg/dl (7.0 mmol/l). Fasting is determined as no calorie consumption for at least 8 time. OR 3. 2-h h plasma glucose 200 mg/dl (11.1 mmol/l) during an dental sugar patience check (OGTT). The check should be performed as described by the World Health Company, using a sugar fill containing the load of 75-g anhydrous glucose disolved in normal water. N.B: 1. In the insufficient unequivocal hyperglycemia with serious metabolic decompensation, these requirements should be verified

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by recurring examining on a different day. The OGTT is not suggested for schedule scientific use, but may be needed in evaluation of individuals with impaired fasting glucose (IFG). 2. Regular fasting plasma glucose (FPG) < 100mg/dl (5.6 mmol/l). Normal ( RPG ) random plasma glucose <140mg/dl. (7.8 mmol/l). Normal glucose tolerance test (OGTT) 2hrs publish GTT <140mg/dl (7.8 mmol/l). 3. Hyperglycemia not adequate to fulfill the analytic requirements for diabetic issues are classified as: Impaired fasting glucose (IFG) = FPG, 100 125 mg/dl (5.6 6.9 mmol). Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) = 2hrs publish OGTT, 140 199 mg/dl (7.8 11.1 mmol). 4. HbA1C is not suggested for the analysis of diabetic issues. 5. Venous blood vessels glucose focus is reduced than capillary blood vessels. 6. The analytic requirements for kids are the same as for the grownups; however OGTT glucose amount in kids is calculated Creteria for Screening for Diabetes in Asymptomatic Adults As the UAE has a higher occurrence of diabetes, examining should begin as beginning as possible. Testing for diabetes should be considered in all people at age 30 decades and above, if regular, it should be recurring at 3 season durations Testing should be regarded at a young age or be performed yearly in people who have or are:

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Overwight (BMI 25 kg/m2), especially teenagers and actually non-active. A family history of diabetes (a first-degree comparative with diabetes). Hypertension (BP 140/90mmhg) or being handled for hypertension. Dyslipidaemia: HDL cholestrerol levels stage 35mg/dl (0.90 mmol) and/or

a triglyceride stage 250mg/dl (2.82 mmol/l). Past gestational diabetes or have provided a child with a weight of > 4kg. Polycystic Ovarian Problem (PCOS). IGT or IFG. A record of CVD (cardio general disease). Other clinical circumstances associated with blood insulin level of resistance

(e.g. acanthosis nigrians, anabolic steroid treatment). Creteria for Screening for Type 2 Diabetes in Children Overweight (BMI > 85 th percentile for age and sex), bodyweight for size > 85 th percentile, or bodyweight more > 120% of perfect (50 th %) bodyweight for size. Plus any of the following risk factors: 1. Family history of type two diabetic issues in a first or second-degree comparative. 2. Signs and symptoms of blood insulin level of resistance or condition associated with blood insulin level of resistance (hypertension, dyslipidemia or PCOS, acanthosis nigricans).

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3. Cultural background: Asian, Arabs, Africans, Hispanics. 4. Maternal record of gestational diabetic issues. Age of initiation: Age 10 decades or at start of adolescence, if adolescence happens at a younger age. Frequency: Every 2 decades. Test: Fasting plasma glucose recommended. Some government bodies suggest a 2hour postprandial glucose value as a more delicate catalog of changing diabetic issues. Management of Pre-Diabetes Abnormalities in blood insulin secretion/action are present long before type two diabetic issues produces. Clinical development from normal glucose patience to diabetic issues takes years and rationally includes an advanced stage of fasting glucose (IFG) and/or affected going on fasting glucose (IFG) . Beginning involvement is validated based on the fact that it can delay the start of kind 2 diabetes and its treatment; and the chances that problems will be late or avoided. Diabetes can be avoided or late in dangerous inhabitants through lifestyle adjustment or medicinal treatments. This details has to be converted into well described techniques for testing and healing dangerous inhabitants. Avoidance of the condition is the only chance to relieve the ever growing pressure of diabetic issues. Optimal techniques for condition adjustment at the stages of pre-diabetes and early diabetic issues remain to be described.

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However, current details is sufficient to begin to sort out the comparative efficiency of treatments and to make some recommendations for scientific care: 1. Topics with pre-diabetes, both IFG and IGT, need to be tested and treated. 2. Recognition of women with gestational diabetic issues would allow: Postnatal scientific treatments in those with diabetic issues persisting after delivery. The option to use precautionary methods to prevent kind two diabetic issues. 3. Testing can be performed with fasting plasma glucose or ideally with 2-hour sugar patience test as diabetic issues in the UAE is highly frequent. 4. Way of life involvement is the most powerful tool that needs to be resolved to prevent diabetic issues in dangerous population. 5. Regular exercising is recommended to prevent kind two diabetic issues ( approximately 150 minutes weekly ). 6. Since being overweight is associated with an increased chance of kind two diabetic issues, treatments to decrease being overweight may decrease the risk of kind two diabetic issues. 7. Individuals at chance of developing kind two diabetic issues should have nutritional intake evaluated and should receive personalized dietary advice and continued dietetic support. 8. Pharmacological treatments with Metformin, Thiazolidediones & Acarbose have shown benefits in adjunct or as alternative to lifestyle modification program in

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reducing the chance of kind two diabetic issues development. Metformin is preferred especially in young and overweight patients. 9. Competitive management of other heart risks ( hypertension, cigarettes smoking and dyslipidemia ). Initial Evaluation of Adults with Diabetes Personal history Extensive individual record including genealogy of diabetic issues, other hormonal conditions, auto-immune diseases, eating disorders, and cardio general disease. Warning signs of hyperglycaemia (polydipsia, polyuria, losing weight, skin condition, blurred vision) and diabetic issues problems (e.g. pins and needles of feet, impotence, visual difficulty, h/o pain in the chest suggestive of CAD and signs of sporadic claudications). Identify cardiovascular risk factors Smoking. Hypertension. Dyslipidaemia. Sedentary lifestyle. Obesity. Birth control.

Initial physical examination

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Size, bodyweight, BMI ( bodyweight in kg / height in yards x 2). Hypertension. Fundus evaluation. Mouth area evaluation. Thyroid palpation. Cardiac assessment (including evaluation for carotid bruit). Peripheral impulses. Feet evaluation. Skin. Neurological evaluation, sensation, shake, proposition, deep tendon

responses. Initial research Going on a fast blood vessels sugar / random blood vessels sugar Full blood vessels count HbA1c Lipid profile Urea & electrolytes Creatinine Urine analysis

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TSH Microalbuminuria ACR (albumin creatinine ratio) Creatinine approval (GFR) ECG LFT

Management of Diabetes Mellitus The main is designed of the treatment for all types of diabetes are: To ease symptoms of hyperglycaemia. To improve the total well being. To accomplish focus on metabolic objectives. To avoid serious problems and to decrease long lasting problems. To decrease death rate.

The Treatment for all types of diabetic issues includes: Individual and family knowledge. Diet and healthy suggestions. Exercise. Cure being overweight (obese: 30 kg/m2). Dental anti hyperglycaemic providers. Blood insulin.

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Management of associated circumstances and complications

the following are important concerns in control of kids with diabetic issues during the sick days: If the kid has appetite reduction, foods should be replaced with quickly

digestible meals. Moisture should be maintained as hyperglycaemia, high temperature and

glycosuria improve liquid reduction. Children should be motivated to improve their liquid consumption. Chronic nausea or vomiting is an indication of hospital entrance for medication liquid administration. Pyrexia, malaise and headache should be treated with antipyretics such as

paracetamol. Throwing up may be caused by the illness itself, but it might be a feature of

diabetic ketoacidosis. Management of infection associated with hyperglycaemia with or without ketosis: Recommend extra amounts of short-acting blood vessels insulin with careful

tracking to reduce blood vessels sugar and prevent ketosis. The amount and frequency of blood vessels insulin hypodermic injection will

depend on the age of the kid, the level and duration of hyperglycaemia and the degree of ketosis.

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Initial extra brief performing blood vessels insulin should be around 10-20%

of complete everyday blood vessels insulin amount every 2-4 hours until blood vessels sugar falls to < 15 mmol (< 270 mg/dl). Thereafter any extra amounts might be 5-10% of complete everyday amount.108 | UAE- DIABETES GUIDELINES COMMITTEE Infections connected with hypoglycaemia These seizures are often associated with nausea or vomiting and nausea or

vomiting with our without diarrhea. Replace foods with frequent small easily-digestible meals and encourage

liquid consumption. Reduction of blood vessels insulin dose by 20-50% may be required. If hypoglycaemia continues, an hypodermic injection of glucagon is useful to

reverse the hypoglycaemia. Immediate professional medical advice must be acquired if: The analysis is uncertain. Nausea is chronic. Hypoglycaemia is serious. Ketonuria is heavy and chronic. The kid becomes dried or has serious stomach pain. The younger the kid, the more emergency it is to seek medical advice

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If rapid recurring periods of hyperglycaemia with or without throwing up occur, it should be acknowledged that this may be due to omission or insufficient providing of blood insulin.NATIONAL DIABETES GUIDELINES | 109 Treatment of type 1 diabetes in kids and adolescents Due to the complexness of healing your body, it is recommended that the care of kids and teenagers with type 1 suffering from diabetes issues should be provided by a paediatric multidisciplinary group ( paediatric endocrinologist, suffering from diabetes instructor, nutritionist and psychologist ). If this is not available, as it is the case in many centers, the healing group should be well experienced in child years suffering from diabetes issues. Children with diabetic issues vary from grownups in many respects; they are more blood insulin delicate, especially in the pre-pubertal period, have higher neurologic vulnerability to hypoglycaemia, do not have constant dietary routines especially in the toddler and beginning child years age groups and have restricted ability to provide self-care. At the time of preliminary analysis, individual and/or parents must be trained about the common cause of diabetic issues, results of insulin, exercise and dieting on sugar, and the beginning symptoms and symptoms of hypoglycaemia and DKA. The sign and administration strategy of intramuscular glucagon should be part of the preliminary knowledge for all children and teenagers with type 1 diabetes. To accomplish glycaemic control in children, patient and/or guardians must be able to handle several daily injections of insulin, notice blood vessels glucose levels at least 4 times a day and keep things in stability between nourishment, drugs and the action

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level. With the current option additional types of blood vessels blood insulin, the treatment workouts have increased: 1. split-mixed (Conventional) regimen: This routine has been used for quite a while as the preliminary treatment for recently clinically diagnosed individual. The total daily dose (TDD) of insulin varies between 0.5-1 unit/kg, lower amount is used for young kids, while the higher range is indicated during pubertal growth, during ketoacidosis or when individual is using steroid drugs. 2/3 of this TDD is given before day food (2/3 as NPH and 1/3 as brief performing blood insulin analogue), and 1/3 of it is given before supper (1/2 NPH and 1/2 brief performing insulin analogues). The benefit of this routine is its convenience and the less everyday shots. However, it is non-physiologic and provides little versatility, if any, in term of food some time to CHO intake.

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As a result, publish lunchtime hyperglycemia and night hypoglycaemia are common problems. It is necessary to bring up here that brief performing insulin analogues have confirmed excellent to Regular blood insulin in managing the postprandial hyperglycemia and resulting in less pre-lunch and night hypoglycaemia. Due to the different food plans in UAE, pre-dinner hyperglycemia is almost always experienced due to the extended period between day food and supper. To reduce this effect, individual has either to routine day food and supper 10-12 hours apart so that the PM dose of blood insulin is applied before the complete clean out of the morning NPH, or an additional doe of brief performing blood insulin must be applied with the lunchtime. 2. basal- bolus blood insulin regimen The DCCT confirmed clearly the advantage of increased blood insulin control over the conventional routine in lowering the HbA1C and reducing the chance of microvascular problems. Even though the HbA1C obtained in the adolescents team was >1% greater than the ADA suggestions, it was considerably better than that obtained with the traditional twice everyday blood insulin shots. Glycaemic objectives need to be customized to take into account the fact that most kids <6 or 7 years of age have a form of hypoglycaemic unawareness, in that counter-regulatory systems are premature, and kids lack the cognitive potential to identify and reply to hypoglycaemic signs, putting them at greater danger for hypoglycaemia and its sequela.

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In addition, comprehensive proof indicates that near normalization of sugar levels is rarely attainable in kids and teenagers after the honeymoon vacation (remission) period. In common, blood insulin used in kids are rapid-acting blood insulin analogs, shortacting blood insulin, intermediate-acting blood insulin (NPH and Lente), and longacting blood insulin analogs. These blood insulin are used in mixture or independently and are provided by syringe or a pen or push. Although there is no one recognized system for identifying a kid's blood insulin need, blood insulin specifications are usually based on bodyweight, age, and pubertal position. Kids recently clinically diagnosed your body usually need an preliminary total everyday amount of 0.51.0 units/kg. In common, young (and prepubertal) kids need lower amounts while the use of ketoacidosis, use of steroid drugs, and the hormone changes of adolescence all determine greater amounts. The small blood insulin needs of babies and youngsters may need watered down blood insulin to allow for more accurate dosing and statistic of blood insulin in <1unit amounts. NATIONAL DIABETES GUIDELINES | 111 It is common for a newly diagnosed kid's diabetes to enter a honeymoon stage with an increase in blood vessels insulin production within several weeks after the initiation of blood vessels insulin therapy.

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During this stage of diabetes, blood vessels insulin requirements may fall well below the initial dose of 0.51.0 units/kg per day needed to sustain blood vessels glucose targets. Children with diabetes often need multiple daily doses of blood vessels insulin, using combinations of rapid-, short-, intermediate-,or long-acting blood vessels insulin before meals and at bedtime to sustain maximum blood vessels sugar management. Cross-sectional epidemiological studies have been unable to document improved management with increasing numbers of blood vessels insulin shots per day, showing that the number of shots alone is not sufficient to achieve maximum glycaemic control. For children with your body, four or more assessments per day are usually necessary Vital UAE diabetic issues analysis results released by Emirates Foundation Half of sufferers participating main medical care treatment centers are either undiscovered diabetes sufferers or are at risk Abu Dhabi, UAE, July 13, 2011 - The Emirates Fondation for Philanthropy, one of the UAE's leading philanthropic institutuions, these days released the results of a Foundation-funded academic research into type 2 diabetic issues and the problems of the situation in the UAE. The research is known as "National Survey of Diabetes and its Complications in the UAE - Abu Dhabi phase." It was led by Dr Hussein Saadi, a professor of medicine and health science at UAE School in Al Ain, who was served by six major heath school from colleges across Abu Dhabi.

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The venture was one of 14 successful records from the Foundation's 2009 'Research into Emirati Society' Grants competition. Each successful access obtained a allow to bring out important research into social growth difficulties experiencing the UAE - and thus to increase the amount of scientific information available on Emirati community. In Dr Saadi's study, the scientists analyzed the occurrence of undiscovered diabetic issues, and the requirements used to screen sufferers at UAE Primary Health Care (PHC) treatment centers. They then evaluated the quality of care obtained by sufferers already clinically identified as having the condition at both PHC clinics and at medical center diabetes centers. They also analyzed whether protective actions such as early testing for the condition could decrease the start of problems such as cardiac arrest. The researchers found that almost half of mature sufferers participating a PHC medical center had undiscovered diabetic issues or were at risk of creating diabetic issues. Of those determined with undiscovered diabetic issues, all were outdated over 45 and had a bmi of over 25, showing that decreasing the testing age to less than 30 would not be a cost-effective technique. The researchers also discovered of the 275 sufferers they analyzed who had already been clinically determined as having diabetic issues, only one in four followed the suggested diet plan.

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Only a few those interviewed said they had met with a diabetic issues instructor or taken physical work out to help keep their situation under management. Dr Sabha Al Shamsi, Senior Professional Consultant to the Education and Social Development Programme at the Emirates Foundation, said: "Emiratis have the second maximum rate of diabetic issues in the world. Consequently the condition and the illnesses brought on by it are a growing source of issue among health professionals in the UAE." She continued: "By assisting to recognize the occurrence of diabetes problems and the aspects associated with the fast start of these problems, this study can help policy creators and wellness care suppliers recognize key action steps to improve avoidance and management of diabetic issues." Dr Saadi, as the study's major specialist, commented: "On the reasons for our research, we suggest the release of way of life interventionist techniques, such as improved workout, low fat diet plans for all high-risk sufferers and community-wide avoidance programs, to improve attention of the threats which a bad way of life can have on the country's health "National plan projects which support the part of suffering from diabetes issues teachers, and self management knowledge programs, are also needed to nhance the health of diabetics." To complete the study, the scientists at random examined 800 Emirati men and nonpregnant women, over 18 years of age, participating the Sheikh Khalifa Medical City (SKMC) Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology and Al-Bateen Primary Healthcare Clinic.

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Each individual was requested to finish a specific set of questions on his/her market, diet and other appropriate aspects, and to offer a blood vessels example. Three Emirati analysis staff served Dr Saadi and his group of doctors during the 14month analysis study. The analysis results have now been released in 'The Evaluation of Diabetic issues Studies' a publication that posts unique manuscripts on diabetes relevant analysis. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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