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January-March 2022| Vol 1| Issue 1

Editorial

From urine tests to cloud-based data: The advances in diabetes technology

Long back, the ancient Indian physicians called the mysterious disease characterized by ants being attracted to urine of the patients, “madhumeha”, meaning honey urine.[1] The first comp...


Review Article

Continuous glucose monitoring with real-time readings

With 74.2 million people affected, diabetes represents a major burden on India's health-care system and economy. Effective diabetes management is based on diet, lifestyle, pharmacotherapy, and g...


Review Article

Quackery in diabetes – Time to act

Diabetes irrespective of its type is a lifelong disease, and when left undiagnosed, untreated, or poorly controlled, diabetes leads to severe complications predominantly arising from persistent hype...


Review Article

How can diabetes technologies reduce the burden of cost?

The ever-increasing transformation of people to a sedentary lifestyle paved the way for a steep increase in diabetes. It is well-documented that advanced diabetes technologies can reduce disease bur...


Review Article

Noninvasive drug delivery system progress in protein and peptide delivery: A prospective literature study

Protein and peptide drugs have tremendous therapeutic potential, and their usage in the treatment of various severe diseases has revolutionized the fields of pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. For s...


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ISSN - Print: Awaited, Online: Awaited

International Journal of Diabetes and Technology, a publication of Jothydevæs Diabetes Research Center & Hospitals Pvt. Ltd, is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

Features of Manuscript Management System

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