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Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders

Journal of Diabetes & Metabolic Disorders OnlineFirst articles

03.08.2021 | Research article

Challenges and Expectations of Diabetic Foot Care from the Patients’ Point of Views

Diabetes mellitus is one of the most prevalent non-communicable diseases worldwide [ 1 ]. It is predicted that by 2045, 700 million people worldwide will have diabetes [ 2 ]. Among its different side effects, Diabetic Foot Ulcer (DFU), with the …

03.08.2021 | Review article

The role of Wnt pathway in obesity induced inflammation and diabetes: a review

Diabetes has become a major killer worldwide and at present, millions are affected by it. Being a chronic disease it increases the risk of other diseases ranging from pulmonary disorders to soft tissue infections. The loss of insulin-producing …

31.07.2021 | Study Protocol

Evaluation of phenoconversion phenomenon in obese patients: the effects of bariatric surgery on the CYP450 activity “a protocol for a case–control pharmacokinetic study”

Personalized therapy suggests the appropriate drug at the right dose for the first time through genotype-based individualized therapy, instead of prescribing medicines by the traditional one-size-fits-all manner, thereby claiming that it will make …

29.07.2021 | Research article

Associated patient demographic characteristics and disease-related self-care behaviors with diabetes: a mediation model

Diabetes is a growing public health concern worldwide, including in Turkey [ 1 ]. Despite the increasing prevalence of diabetes stabilizing in most Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries, especially those in Western …

24.07.2021 | Case report

Local plantar vibration for the treatment of diabetic neuropathy: a case report

Type 2 diabetes is a chronic metabolic condition that affects 415 million adults, especially those 65 or older, worldwide, and is projected to increase to 642 million by 2040 [ 1 ]. Diabetes is also prevalent in Iran, with 7.7% of adults aged 25 to …

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