DMA DIABESITY CON will pin down Obesity as the villain

Would give a war cry on August 13–Freedom from Diabesity

Delhi: Bariatric surgeries’ outcomes so far have established beyond doubt that obesity is the villain of the piece behind almost all the ailments including diabetes.

Hence, DMA DIABESITY CON- 2017 on August 13 would give a battle cry- freedom from Diabesity. Talking to Medicare News, Chairman of the Scientific Committee of the DMA conference, Dr. Bhatia, Chairman, Institute of Minimal Access Metabolic & Bariatric Surgery, Institute of Robotic Surgery (IRS), Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, said, ‘ Experts who would be participating in the one day conference on August 13 would examine threadbare the outcomes of weight loss procedure named bariatric surgery. The outcomes robustly underline the fact that obesity gone, all other ailments namely, diabetes, knee pain, fatty liver, infertility, migraine, heart ailment, et al also disappear.’

The main topics of the conference are- Infertility and Obesity, Joint Replacement or Bariatric Surgery? , Cardiovascular risk of Diabesity in India, Is Diabesity a medical disease? , Nutritional Management of Diabesity, Challenges for Kidney transplant in Obesity, Remission/ cure of co-morbidities after Bariatric Surgery etc. Dr.Narottam Puri would give a key note lecture: Quality in healthcare.

DMA is organizing this conference in association with The Institute of Minimal Access, Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (iMAS) of Sir Ganga Ram. Union Health Minister, J.P. Nadda will be the Chief Guest.

The word Diabesity derives its name from Diabetes (Type2) and Obesity because of the close association between them. Obesity typically comes first and diabetes comes later. Outcomes of bariatric surgeries have led to conclusive proof that obesity causes diabetes. This inference seems reasonable because, the two often co-exist. According to bariatric surgeons, prestigious Journals like Nature and Lancet have concluded that diabetes is a surgical disease.  It has emerged as a panacea.



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