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Taught by experts, our convenient, easy-to-understand training can help empower you to provide care when it's needed most, in an emergency.

What is First-AID? First aid is actually the immediate medical help provided to an ill or injured person until professional help arrives.

We, at VCure, conduct classes to give you the information and the skills you need to help adults and children during emergency situations. Our first aid training provides the latest information in the easy to understand format that helps you the best.

Frequently Asked Questions

Recommended blood glucose levels are in the range

  • Normal – Less than 110 mg/dL
  • Border line – 110 mg/dL -126 mg/dL
  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 – More than or equal to 126 mg/dL
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  • Normal – Less than 140 mg/dL
  • Border line – 140 mg/dL - 200 mg/dL
  • Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 – More than or equal to 200 mg/dL

A1c is 3 months average of your blood glucose levels. This result gives you a good sense of how well your diabetes is being managed/controlled so you can take the appropriate steps. A1c of less than 7 is recommended in diabetic patient.

Mentioned below are a few symptoms of diabetes but are not limited to it. Also, at time one can be asymptomatic as well, so do get a regular health check-up

  • Increased urination
  • Increased thirst
  • Increased appetite
  • Repeated urine infection
  • Non-healing wound

You can eat sugar-free food as part of a meal in small amounts. Since these foods also have more levels of carbohydrates and fats they can affect your blood sugar levels, so don’t get carried away.

The main way of managing your Diabetes is to keep an eye on your diet. It has to be well-balanced and nutritious. Also, exercise regularly and stay active. Self-monitoring your blood glucose levels also helps. Routine follow-up and investigations are also essential especially for those having family history of diabetes.

The tests carried out for checking blood glucose levels are:

  • GTT (Glucose Tolerance Test)
  • FBG (Fasting Blood Glucose) & PPBG (Post Prandial Blood Glucose)
  • HbA1c (Glycated Haemoglobin levels)

As diabetes progresses, the risks of developing complications also increase. Unless tested, you'll not come to understand what issues you've got. If you've got diabetes for say, 10 years and if your blood glucose levels are controlled with an active lifestyle, diet and medications, then now's the time to undergo thorough investigations to understand early if you're susceptible to have any complications.
Diabetes care (provided by Vcure) approach won't only assist you to control your blood glucose levels effectively, but also help in choosing a healthy lifestyle, in order that not only for next 10 years but for many more, you lead a cheerful life. A complete team of diabetes specialists, dietitians, physiotherapists, diabetes educators alongside specially trained technical experts will be working with you to make sure all of your concerns are addressed.

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