About Covid-19

What is coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses that may be pathogenic in animals or humans. . It is a well-known fact that several coronaviruses in humans can cause respiratory infections with manifestations ranging in severity from the common cold to more serious illnesses such as Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) and Severe [...]

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About Covid 19 diagnostic

What tests and why? There are two different types of testing, both very different in time and objectives. PCR test The so-called “PCR” test (Polymerase Chain Reaction) is a screening for the presence of the virus in an organism. It is the only test currently validated by WHO. “The only biological diagnostic technique for COVID-19 [...]

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Type 1 Diabetes

Type 1 diabetes, formely called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes, usually appears during childhood or adolescence, as well as among young adults. in Algeria, 8% of diabetic population is touched. It is an auto-immunedisease. The body's own immune system which normally fights harmful bacteria and viruses mistakenly attacks the beta cells in the pancreas that [...]

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Gestational Diabetes (GD) Q&A

What does Gestational Diabetes mean? According to the World Health Organization (WHO), gestational diabetes is a pregnancy medical complication, defined as a glucose tolerance disorder causing a hyperglycemia of variable severity, starting or first diagnosed during pregnancy, regardless of the necessary treatment and its postpartum evolution. The GD related risks are linked to the [...]

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Planning a pregnancy for Women with diabetes (when you have diabetes)

You have diabetes, and you want a child (you’re planning a pregnancy). How dangerous it is for you and the baby? How to avoid complications? Before you even conceive (getting pregnant), talk to your your doctor. It is important to plan this event with him (involve him in this event). Pregnancy for women with diabetes [...]

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