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Current Diabetes Reviews

ISSN: 1875-6417

Current Diabetes Reviews publishes full-length/mini-reviews, original research articles, drug clinical trial studies, and guest-edited issues on all the latest advances on diabetes and its related areas dedicated to clinical research, e.g., pharmacology, pathogenesis, complications, epidemiology, clinical care, and therapy. It also includes topics related to diabetic complications such as retinopathy, neuropathy, nephropathy, renal failure and impotence, hypertension, gastrointestinal disorders, hearing impairment, hyperlipidemia, vascular and coronary heart diseases. Articles related to pancreatic islet dysfunction and insulin resistance, adipose tissue function, and glucose homeostasis are also covered. The journal is essential reading for all researchers and clinicians who are involved in the field of diabetes.

Special Issues With Active Call for Papers

Submission closes on: Nov 30, 2024
Oxidative and inflammatory responses in the development of secondary diabetic complications

Diabetes, along with its associated secondary complications, represents a significant global health challenge, contributing significantly to morbidity and mortality. Unhealthy lifestyle habits, reduced physical activity, environmental pollutants, and stress are pivotal factors in the onset of diabetes, particularly type-2 diabetes. Poorly managed hyperglycemia can lead to various complications, including neuropathy, nephropathy, retinopathy, cardiovascular issues, and cataractogenesis. Recent research underscores the impact of heightened reactive oxygen species during hyperglycemia, inducing cellular oxidative stress and disrupting inflammatory... see more

Submission closes on: Aug 26, 2024
Advancing Diabetic Wound Healing: Mechanisms and Interventions

In recent years, diabetic wounds have become a global health concern with the increase in the incidence of diabetes. Diabetic wounds are a kind of chronic and refractory ulcer. It is generally due to the microcirculatory disturbances and the reduced levels of endogenous growth factors. Delayed cutaneous wound healing is a chronic complication in diabetic patients and is caused primarily by hyperglycemia, oxidative stress, vascular insufficiency and microbial infections. The factors which are responsible for... see more