Regular Body Check-up is MUST for all who suffer from diabetes

The human body requires regular care and maintenance in order to keep it in working order and free from ailments. By diagnosing some illnesses early further complications can be prevented, that is why it is advisable to get regular medical checkups done.

The human body is a complex machine and needs a lot of care and maintenance, especially if you have diabetes. Diabetes is an ailment, which can affect your entire body from eyes to feet. And in order to manage diabetes, it is necessary to go for the routine checkups and tests.

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World Federation of Hemophilia: 20-24 May 2018, Glasgow, Scotland

There are many people who suffer from inherited bleeding disorders like hemophilia, von Willebrand disease, rare factor deficiencies and inherited platelet disorders. The World Federation of Hemophilia has provided leadership to improve and sustain caring for such people. People with bleeding disorders require special care and treatment.

They would also need

  •    Trained experts who can properly manage and diagnose patients.
  •    People who advocate for sufficient supply of safe treatment products.
  •    Education and empowerment of people who suffer from bleeding disorders so that they can live a healthier, longer and more productive life.

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Breaking Barriers, Gaining the Edge at EWMA Conference 2018

It is a moment of pride and achievement for Datt Mediproducts to participate in EWMA Conference 2018 held in Krakow, Poland. The conference is all about gathering expert minds working on their innovation in the medical sector. Ruchita Datt Director, Datt Mediproducts and Sanjay Arora Executive Director, Datt Mediproducts will be attending the conference to share research and existing products on an international platform.

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