Journal of Diabetic Nephropathy
Scope of the Journal of Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetes Management
Journal of Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetes Management is designed to cover diverse research in the field of diabetes Management thus the scope of the journal covers but not limited to:
- Advanced Type 1 & 2 Diabetes and its Treatment
- Diabetic Nephropathy
- Diabetes Therapeutics and Therapies
- Childhood and Neonatal Diabetes
- Complications of Hypoglycaemia and Hyperglycemias
- Diabetes Retinopathy
- Impact on Diabetes due to Alcohol consumption
- Diabetic Depression
- Diabetes and Weight Loss
- Diabetes Cholesterol
- Diabetes Neuropathy
- Diabetes Lipid Metabolism
- Diabetes Statistics
- Pathophysiology of Diabetes
- Reverse Diabetes
- Cell Therapy for Diabetes
- Diabetes Management
- Alzheimer in Diabetic Patient
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Journal of Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetes Management
Diabetes mellitus, often called diabetes, refers to a group of diseases that causes excess blood sugar in the body. Insulin is a hormone that is produced by the beta cells of the pancreas which helps to metabolize the amount of glucose in the blood. This hormone is responsible to move glucose from the blood into the cells for storage and further utilized it for energy. In diabetic Mellitus, glucose is unable to enter the cells easily, thus builds up in the blood. Diabetic people are either unable to make required insulin or can’t efficiently utilize the insulin for metabolism. The symptoms of diabetes include increased thirst, hunger, dry mouth, frequent urination, unexplained weight loss, weak, tired feeling, blurred vision, numbness in the hands or feet, slow-healing sores or cuts, dry itchy skin, and urinary tract infections.
Types of Diabetes
Type 1 diabetes occurs due to damaged insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas. The immune system which normally fights foreign pathogens, attacks and destroys ones’ own beta cells in the pancreas. Genetic susceptibility and environmental factors are majorly responsible for type 1 diabetes. In such cases, the pancreas either makes little or no insulin, thus sugar accumulates in the blood leading to increased glucose level. Insulin injections are used by people suffering from Type 1 diabetes to control their blood glucose as there are no permanent therapies for this disease. Type 1 diabetes can occur at any age even in children but most commonly occurs in people who are under age 30. Therefore, it can be called juvenile diabetes.
Type 2 diabetes (adult-onset diabetes) is a lifelong disease in which the cells become resistant to the action of insulin. In such cases pancreas releases insulin, but either there is low production, or it doesn’t function properly. It is the most prevalent type of diabetes and usually occurs in or above 40 years of age. Type 2 diabetes can be treated or controlled with a combination of diet, weight management, and exercise. However, other treatments also may include oral glucose-lowering medications including metformin, sulfonylureas, thiazolidinediones, DPP-4 inhibitors, and insulin injections.
Gestational diabetes develops when blood sugar levels become high during the second half of pregnancy. Throughout pregnancy, hormones produced by the placenta are responsible to maintain a higher glucose level as needed by the fetus. These hormones make the cells of the mother more resistant to insulin. Women with gestational diabetes don’t usually show any type of symptoms. This condition normally goes away after childbirth. During pregnancy, women are at greater risk of developing gestational diabetes if they are over 35 years old, overweight, have a family history of diabetes, and suffering from polycystic ovary syndrome. Pregnant women anguish from gestational diabetes have more chances to develop type 2 diabetes later stages of life. Diabetes if untreated can damage nerves, eyes, kidneys, and other organs. Patients suffering from this metabolic disorder may suffer from disabling or even life-threatening complications.
The Journal of Diabetic Nephropathy and Diabetes Management is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes papers of highest quality and significance thus serving as an effective platform for the promotion of scientific exchange between nutritionists, health science researchers, diabetes educators, health care professionals, and clinical specialists. This journal seeks papers covering all areas of clinical disease management and metabolic health promotion. The journal covers research areas like diabetes-prevention oriented approach, management of diabetic neuropathy, retinopathy, mechanisms of glucose metabolic dysregulation related diseases, delaying the onset of causative lifestyle, and nutrition deterioration. The objective of the journal is to publish the most complete reliable source of information thus promoting the international exchange of new knowledge and exploring the ideas of the scientific researchers on the most current topics of interest. The journal aims to serve the scientific community by attracting and soliciting high-quality original research papers featuring the most advanced topics on current research and developments in the science and art of diabetes management.
|Acceptance Rate (%): 50%||Article Processing Charges (APC): NIL|
|Process Time: 30 Days||Publication Time: 45 Days|
Acceptance Rate (%): 50%
Article Processing Charges (APC): NIL
Process Time: 30 Days
Publication Time: 45 Days