Bangladesh launches di­a­betes man­age­ment ser­vice

BioSpectrum (India) - - WORLD NEWS -

Te­lenor Health and the Di­a­betic As­so­ci­a­tion of Bangladesh (BADAS) have launched the first- ever di­a­betes man­age­ment ser­vice, Dia360, to help peo­ple with di­a­betes man­age their blood sugar lev­els and re­duce risks of com­pli­ca­tions. State Min­is­ter for ICT Divi­sion Zu­naid Ahmed Palak launched the pro­gramme at the Bangladesh Univer­sity of Health Sciences re­cently by mak­ing the first phone call to its helpline. Ac­cord­ing to Palak, the govern­ment’s ef­fort to de­velop hu­man re­sources of the coun­try has made it pos­si­ble for 14,000 doc­tors to work on be­half of the Di­a­betic As­so­ci­a­tion of Bangladesh, all over the coun­try. Peo­ple can en­roll in three BADAS cen­tres in Dhaka—Bangladesh In­sti­tute of health and Sciences, BIRDEM Gen­eral Hos­pi­tal, and the Na­tional Health Net­work Hos­pi­tal.

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