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Q. Kindly give me an opinion on diagnosing diabetes in rural and semi urban areas.

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Dr. Priety
and medically reviewed by Dr.Nithila A
This is a premium question & answer published on Sep 29, 2019

Hello doctor,

In diabetes, the main problem is diagnosing in rural and semi urban area, and I am a diabetes educator how I will play a role with doctor or telemedicine?

Dr. Priety

General Practitioner
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Hello,

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It is a great job being a health educator which help the illiterates and literate in any way. I appreciate your interest. To create awareness, you have to undertake health camps with the help of a doctor. You meet medical college dean and get his permission to start a camp at least once in a month. In that camp, you take a blood sugar test and distribute medicine.

Then give them a printed notice that tells the cause symptom, primary and secondary prevention. This will reach most of the population. Then with the help of private hospitals contributions conduct a camp in colleges which is more important to create awareness on the youngster. Conduct awareness program in school also. I think this may give you an idea.


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