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Diabetes & Obesity

Dasiglucagon – the new glucagon

February 2018, Dr Chee L Khoo Hypoglycaemia is one of the most common endocrine emergencies and the most feared complication of having diabetes. Treatment of severe hypoglycaemia in patients who are unable to take oral treatment is limited to either glucagon or glucose injections both…

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Diabetes and Oral Health – it cuts both ways!

Patients with diabetes commonly have significant dysfunction of the immune system leading to chronic inflammation in many organ systems. It is not uncommon to see patients with T2D suffering from oral and periodontal disease which has been shown to worsen the diabetes disease. What is…

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T2D – does it have to be progressive?

February 2018, Dr Chee L Khoo It’s frustrating isn’t it when managing patients T2D. Patients adhere to diet and lifestyle the best they can, the HbA1c is “on target” but yet we have to keep layering more tablets or injections over time to maintain the…

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Saturated Fats – Good or Evil?

October 2017 – Dr Chee L Khoo  We have all been brought up to advise reducing total fat and saturated fatty acid intake, based on the presumption that replacing saturated fatty acids with carbohydrate and unsaturated fats will lower LDL cholesterol and should therefore reduce…

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