Amrapali Group enlightens people about diabetic foot syndrome, holds seminar

Amrapali Hospital of Amrapali Group, in association with Uttar Pradesh Diabetes Association (UPDA) has recently organized a seminar (CME) with an aim to enlighten people about diabetic foot syndrome.  The seminar was organized on the occasion of Doctor’s Day at Steller Gymkhana, Greater Noida. The seminar marked an attendance of over 50 doctors.

Dr Swapnil Shikha, Director Amrapali Healthcare said, “Since diabetic foot is the most common skeletal and soft tissue infection in a patient suffering from diabetes, educating people about this dreaded complication will help curb the need for amputations.” Amrapali Healthcare is a unit of Amrapali Group which is headed by Mr. Anil Sharma CMD Amrapali.

Dr Amit Gupta, Dr Saurav  Srivastava, Dr Vipin Mishra and Dr Amitesh Aggarwal gave presentations on diabetic foot pathophysiology and management. The presentation was an interactive session in which all the doctors participated.

The diabetologist Dr Vipin Mishra expressed his views and said “every diabetic patient must get his foot examination done annually.  Diet control and cessation of smoking have a major preventive role in the development of diabetic foot.”

The event was concluded by Ritik Kumar Sinha, who is the director of Amrapali Hospital. He said, “Amrapali healthcare is soon coming up with facilities providing complete medical care for a diabetic patient”.


2 Comments on Amrapali Group enlightens people about diabetic foot syndrome, holds seminar

  1. Nishi Tiwari // August 3, 2015 at 7:50 am // Reply

    Good step by Amrapali Group. As phrase “Prevention is better then cure” says a lot. And i’m sure of this thing that this seminar will help many to prevent this disease.

  2. Naksh Thakur // August 6, 2015 at 11:54 am // Reply

    Great work by Amrapali Group. They are making people aware about this diabetic foot syndrome is really a good idea so that people get aware of it & able prevent this disease.


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