Poster 1: This eposter presented at 8th JPEF Annual Global Diabetes Convention 2020 won the first prize.
Title: National Differences and similarities in youth onset type 2 diabetes
Authors: Paturi Rao, Jane L.Lynch, Margarita Barrientos- Pérez, Mona Hafez, Muhammad Yazid Jalaludin, Margarita Kovarenko, Daniel Weghuber
Presenter: Dr.Rahul Mangalath Rajendraprasad
The incidence of type 2 diabetes is rising among children, and a three-fold increase in the prevalence of youth-onset T2D has been estimated by 2050. Global epidemologic data on youth onset T2D are limited, possibly due to variations in clinical presentation, barriers to appropriate care and the high cost of suitable diagnostic testing. The poster gives us an overview of natinal differences and similarities in youth onset type 2 diabetes.
Poster 2: This eposter presented at 8th JPEF Annual Global Diabetes Convention 2020 won the second prize.
Title: A typical Presentation of Kyrle’s Disease in Diabetes
Author: Dr. Neetha L, Post Graduate in Dermetology, Venereology and Leprosy, Sree Mookambika Institute of Medical Sciences, Kulasekharam
Presenter: Dr. Neetha L
Kyrle’s disease also known as Acquired reactive perforating dermatosis was first described in 1916 by Kyrle. Perforating disorders are heterogeneous group of disorder sharing the common characteristics of transpidermal elimination as elasosis perforans serpiginosa, perforating folliculitis, reactive perforating collagenosis and KD. It is most commonly associated with Diabetes mellitus and chronic kidney disease. It may also be seen with tuberculosis, scabies, AIDS, Atopic dermatitis. Most commonly seen in lower extremities with marked disposition for tribal region and calf. It usually spares palms and soles. The poster gives us a view on a typical case of Kyrle’s Disease in Diabetes
Poster 3: This eposter presented at 8th JPEF Annual Global Diabetes Convention 2020 won the third prize.
Title: The effect of Routine Follow-up using a Diabetes Tele Management System (DTMS) on CA 19-9 Levels
Authors: Meera Krishna B, Sanal T S, Arun Shankar, Gopika Krishnan, Sunitha Jothydev and Jothydev Kesavadev, Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centre, Mudavanmugal, Thiruvananthapuram
Presenter: Meera Krishna B
CA 19-9 is a tumor antigen and diabetes patients generally show elevated levels of CA 19-9 even with on malignancy. It has been associated with poor glycemic control in diabetes patients. Serum CA 19-9 levels significantly correlate with early phase insulin secretion in the prediabetic individuals. The poster presents the effect of routine follow-up using Diabetes Tele Management System (DTMS) on CA 19-9 Levels.
Poster 4: Covid 19 Mortality with Diabetes and its outcome: A systematic Review and Meta-analysis
Authors: Sanal T.S, Sreelakshmi. R, Evansaralin Warjri, Jothydev’s Diabetes Research Centre, Trivandrum; Nitte Institute of Nursing Sciences, Mangalore
Presenter: Sreelakshmi. R
The corona virus disease 19 (Covid-19) pandemic paved the way to adverse effects in the social, medical, health and economic status of humankind across globe. Individuals with diabetes mellitus and severe obesity (BMI ≥ 40 Kg/m2) are more likely to be infected and are at a high risk for complications and mortality from Covid-19. The poster shows a systematic review and meta-analysis of Covid-19 Mortality with Diabetes and its Overcome.