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Home / Journals European Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences / The Classification and Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
The Classification and Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
Submission DeadlineMar. 10, 2020

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Lead Guest Editor
Farhood Hattf Bazool
College of Sciences- Chemistry Department, Thi-Qar University, Thi-Qar, Iraq
Guest Editors
  • Radhi Mohammed Naithel
    College of Sciences- Chemistry Department, Thi-Qar University, Thi-Qar, Iraq
  • Alyaa Majid
    University of Thi-Qar- College of Science- Department of Chemistry, Thi-Qar, Nasyria, Iraq
  • Aljabery Rasha
    College of Sciences- Chemistry Department, Thi-Qar University, Thi-Qar, Iraq
In general diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder which affects carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism and results from a disorder either in insulin secretion or its action on target tissues or both this causes sugar accumulate in the blood, often leading to chronic hyperglycemia, chronic hyperglycemia is considered a major initiator of diabetic complications. Diabetes prevents the conversion of glucose into energy, resulting in excessive amounts of glucose in the blood, while cells remain in need for energy. Over the years, hyperglycemia develops, causing severe damage to the nerves and blood vessels. This can lead to complications such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, blindness, diabetic neuropathy and diabetic foot. It can lead to organ amputation. Diabetes Mellitus for a long time has passed from the category of common medical problems to all mankind. It will be known that diabetes is a group of endocrine diseases developing as a result of relative or real lack of insulin hormone, or disturbances of its interaction will be the cells of an organism, therefore the steady increase of sugar (glucose) content in blood develops hyperglycemia. Because of hyperglycemia is associated with the increase of the oxidative stress and free radicals production so it's effected on oxidant-antioxidant balance where there is an imbalance between concentrations of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and antioxidants. However, excessive ROS accumulation will lead to cellular injury, such as damage to proteins, DNA and lipid membranes.
Aims and Scope:
  1. Diabetes Mellitus
  2. Type 1 Diabetes
  3. Type 2 Diabetes
  4. Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
  5. Diabetes Mellitus Complications
  6. Diabetes Mellitus and Oxidant-Antioxidant Balance
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