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Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly
Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly is a medical specialist MBBCH; M.S.C Cairo University; ACLS -EP; ATLS-SL (South Africa) Critical care course program-USA Disastrous medicine; STEMI-certificate AHA Hospital management and infection control diplomas Cairo University. Author of Critical Care Professional Handbook. Dr Khalad is Head of CME in Egypt for MEMP Ltd.
Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly
Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly
Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly
Dr Khaled Mohamed Aly is a medical specialist MBBCH; M.S.C Cairo University; ACLS -EP; ATLS-SL (South Africa) Critical care course program-USA Disastrous medicine; STEMI-certificate AHA Hospital management and infection control diplomas Cairo University. Author of Critical Care Professional Handbook. Dr Khalad is Head of CME in Egypt for MEMP Ltd.

Life-threatening complications of diabetes

he management of severe hypoglycemia and hyperglycemia in relation to the life-threatening complications of diabetes by Dr Khaled Mohammed Aly.

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Alyson Smith, BSc
Alyson worked as an NHS nurse for over 40 years, including ten years as a Diabetes specialist. She is passionate about teaching people about living healthy lifestyles as preventative measures against disease.
Alyson Smith, BSc
Alyson Smith, BSc
Alyson Smith, BSc
Alyson worked as an NHS nurse for over 40 years, including ten years as a Diabetes specialist. She is passionate about teaching people about living healthy lifestyles as preventative measures against disease.

Multifaceted approach to diabetes

Medical research from the World Health Organisation (WHO) suggests that nearly five per cent of the world’s population have diabetes. This global health issue is increasingly affecting many regions of the world including the Middle East. According to the International Diabetes Federation, without lifestyle changes, a quarter of the Middle East’s population will be affected by 2035. Rapid urbanisation and

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