• Brief Profile


    Dr Surender Kumar has an MD in Medicine and a DM in Endocrinology from the All India Institute of Medical Sciences and is now a Senior Consultant (Diabetes and Endocrinology) at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital in New Delhi. He has formerly been the: Head, Department of Endocrinology, Army Research & Referral Hospital, Delhi Cantt. Examiner - DM Endocrinology. Diabetes - Facilitator, The University of Newcastle, (Diabetes Academy), Australia.

Questions Answered by me

If you want to use a syringe more than once, then remove the cap of the syringe, take out insulin, inject, then, without touching/cleaning the...

Answered on : 16 Jan 2009

Stem cell therapy for type-1-diabetes in India, is still in experimental stages. Its future is bright but it is not available for practice at the...

Answered on : 14 Jan 2009

Serum insulin alone has no meaning. It depends why this investigation was asked for, moreover, it should be done along with blood glucose i.e. in...

Answered on : 08 Jan 2009

The fluctuations in TSH values, if within normal range are norma but beyond normal range are abnormal. Gradual dose adjustment may be done. Your...

Answered on : 02 Jan 2009

The aim of treating diabetes is to prevent complications, for which controlling blood sugar is important. Your father's blood sugar is not under...

Answered on : 23 Dec 2008

Diabetes during pregnancy is called gestational diabetes. Diabetes may or may not remit after delivery. If it stays, diabetes treatment is to be...

Answered on : 10 Dec 2008

At times PP blood sugar can be lower than fasting. It is usually due to excessive response of pancreas to food intake by producing more insulin...

Answered on : 27 Nov 2008

Fasting blood sugar can be higher in some people, medically it is called fasting hyperglycaemia. It is usually found in people with a...

Answered on : 13 Nov 2008

Drinking a lot of water would be of no additional advantage. Follow your thirst only.
Ideally you not have sugar. Avoid sugar if you are...

Answered on : 13 Nov 2008

IGT stands for impaired glucose tolerance. It is a pre-diabetic condition. It is a stage, which is in between normal and diabetes. In fact, long...

Answered on : 08 Nov 2008
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