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…as National Diabetes Programme intensifiesGuyana like the rest of the world is facing a growing diabetes epidemic, and the MinistryMore persons are accessing the early screening availableof Health has been intensifying its approach to tackle and conquer the incidence of diabetes in Guyana. Although still an uphill task, there is evidence to suggest that significant inroads are being made.Diabetes is a chronic endocrine condition that affects the body’s ability to process sugar. There are two main types of diabetes, type I and type II,Blank Jersey Wholesale, although the defining characteristic of both types is the dangerous buildup of sugar in the bloodstream. Type I diabetes is an autoimmune disorder that is present at birth and manifests itself within the first 10 years of a child’s life. Type II diabetes is a developed condition that, while it often involves a genetic predisposition, is triggered by hormonal events or lifestyle habits. Diabetes affects many aspects of the body; however, these affected elements can be successfully managed with treatment.Deeply concerned about the physical, economic and social burdens caused by the increasing prevalence of diabetes and other chronic Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs ) such as? hypertension, stroke, heart disease, obesity and cancer – the Ministry designed and has been involved in a comprehensive and aggressive plan of action? focused on? effective prevention and treatment programmes aimed at stemming the epidemic .This includes a wide ranging multi sectoral response, diverse mass media campaigns, numerous outreach activities, ongoing training of staffers, and aggressive management of diabetes as well as surveillance of the disease.The substantiation of this success is the fact that more people are accessing the early screening available, making more health conscious choices and generally making the lifestyle changes needed to prevent the disease.This is critical since while there are un-modifiable risk factors that can contribute to a person becoming diabetic, like all of the other chronic diseases,Basket Jordan Junior Pas Cher, lifestyle plays a major role.In the last few years, the pervasiveness of diabetes climbed to disquieting and alarming proportions. Between 30.000- 40,000 Guyanese are living with either type one or two of the disease. This is in part due to better diagnostic capacity and wider access to health care services.It is anticipated that some 50,000 Guyanese would be diagnosed with diabetes over time based on the numbers being recorded, and women are likely to be the majority of patients. Statistics in the health sector show that women account for 60 per cent of the patients at present.Every year 5,000 new cases of mainly Type 2 diabetes emerge. The numbers are worrying because the likelihood of developing Type 2 diabetes can be assessed years before the onset of the disease by measuring blood glucose levels.What is even worse is that the NCDs work in concert so that diabetic patients are usually also affected with hypertension and/or some other chronic disease. Approximately half of the adults living with diabetes in Guyana are also hypertensive.With the early detection of both diseases, the national medication bill has increased over the years, with medication for diabetes and hypertension costing $400M. Previously, this amount was around $75M.? Health Minister Dr Leslie Ramsammy asserted that by 2015 the amount being spent on chronic diseases would reach its $1B mark.While diabetes can take a long time to develop in an individual, it brings with it debilitating complications such as kidney problems, nerve problems in the legs, issues relating to blockages in the blood vessels, vision problems and coronary heart disease.Identifying diabetes as one of the ‘biggest health problems in the country”, Minister Ramsammy has been indefatigable in his pleadings to the local? populace over the years to be cognizant of the four main behavioural risk factors for diabetes; tobacco use, harmful use of alcohol, unhealthy diet and physical inactivity and the fact that Guyanese are heeding the call? is a “ huge step forward and shows that? Guyanese are finally translating all the knowledge they have been receiving into action.”However while the future looks optimistic, the fight is still a long way from being won, Minister Ramsammy cautioned, since too many new cases still emerge annually and many diabetics are not complying with treatment.FOOT CARE PROGRAMMEEffective management of diabetes is a key strategy of the National Diabetes Programme which also includes initiating appropriate treatment early, diabetic foot care and regular follow-ups.One of the most revolutionary and impacting initiatives in this area is the Diabetic foot care programme,This comprehensive initiative has resulted in a reduction o