Guide on Diabetes and COVID-19 for Healthcare Professionals in Bangladesh
Bhowmik, Bishwajit; Ahmed, Tareen; Afsana, Faria; Qureshi, Nazmul Kabir; Siddiquee, Tasnima; Pathan, Faruque; Amin, F; Do Vale Moreira, Nayla Cristina; Samad, M. A.; Ashrafuzzaman, S. M.; Ahmed, Tofail; Latif, Zafar Ahmed; Bhuiyan, Abul Majid; Alim, Abdul; Munir, Sanjida Binte; Karmokar, Rajat Kanti; Choudhury, Kaiser Alam; Zabeen, Bedowra; Islam, Khaleda; Rahman, Mohammad Mahbubur; Rahman, Mofizur; Milon, Sarowar Uddin; Ozaki, Rie; Alam, Md Abdur Razzakul; Huda, Tabassum; Rahman, Md. Habibur; Hossain, AHM Enayat; Mahtab, Hajera; Hussain, Akhtar; Khan, AK Azad
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Original versionBhowmik, B., Ahmed, T., Afsana, F., Qureshi, N. K., Siddiquee, T., Pathan, F. ... Khan, A. K. A. (2020). Guide on Diabetes and COVID-19 for Healthcare Professionals in Bangladesh. Journal of Diabetology, 11(3), 137-143. doi: 10.4103/jod.jod_51_20
The world is suffering from a pandemic of coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19), and people with diabetes mellitus (DM) are more vulnerable to the serious effects of the COVID-19. This interaction is alarming, considering the high transmission rate of COVID-19 and the global prevalence of DM. Considering the importance of the link between COVID-19 and DM, Bangladesh Diabetic Association has formed a panel of national and international experts in the field of public health, diabetes, and endocrinology to provide some evidence-based guidance for the prevention and care of people with DM during the COVID-19 pandemic.