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Uric Acid and Diabetes
Clinical Sciences
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Clinical Sciences

Uric Acid and Diabetes

Elevated serum uric acid (SUA) levels (i.e. hyperuricemia) have been associated with metabolic syndrome (MetS) and cardiovascular disease (CVD) morbidity and mortality. Elevated SUA levels predict the onset of type 2 diabetes (T2DM). SUA levels are increased during the early stages of impaired glucose metabolism. Furthermore, in diabetic patients, hyperuricemia has been linked to both micro-and macrovascular complications.

This course discussed the current updated knowledge about this important aspect of patient management.

This course is developed by an educational grant of gouric

Credit: 1.0 CME 

Certificate in Minimally Invasive Surgery
Clinical Sciences
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Clinical Sciences

Certificate in Minimally Invasive Surgery

The CIMS course aims to provide surgeons (residents or practicing) with the knowledge and skills  for incorporating laparoscopic surgical techniques to meet the learning requirements of local, national, and international healthcare professionals within the surgical specialties. This  will be accomplished in a self paced, comfortable environment with supportive faculty  who will lay out the foundation steps necessary to become a skilled and effective laparoscopic surgeon. The knowledge and skills learnt via this course will be useful in surgical practice, teaching and training.