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Dr. Hitesh Saraogi
is a Diabetologist, certified in Endocrinology & Diabetes from Royal college of Physician, UK

Dr. Hitesh Saraogi is a Diabetologist and Physician with interest in endocrinology working at Dhanvantari Hospital Ghaziabad. He is SCOPE certified obesity specialist, also certified in Endocrinology and Diabetes from Royal college of physician, UK. His practice and research interest is in field of metabolic disorders.

MIP: Managing Diabetic Ketoacidosis in Emergency : Dr. Hitesh Saraogi
Watch Dr. Hitesh Saraogi discuss the most ... more»Watch Dr. Hitesh Saraogi discuss the most recent developments in DKA management and a succinct but insightful examination of the condition. In addition, he provides a thorough explanation of Diabetic Ketoacidosis (DKA), including its diagnosis and clinical presentations. «less

By Hitesh Saraogi | Nov 18, 2023

The article discusses the clinical signifi... more»The article discusses the clinical significance of thyroid antibodies and their relevance in diagnosing and managing thyroid disorders, offering insights into when and why these tests are used. It also addresses specific clinical cases involving thyroid antibodies. «less
Nov 02, 2023
This article explains the 2023 ESC guideli... more»This article explains the 2023 ESC guidelines for managing cardiovascular disease in patients with type 2 diabetes, emphasising personalised care, lifestyle changes, and prioritising glucose-lowering medications with proven cardiovascular benefits. «less
Sep 20, 2023
This article summarises the June 2023 guid... more»This article summarises the June 2023 guidelines from the European Society of Hypertension, offering doctors guidance on managing hypertension in patients with various health conditions, including comorbidities and pregnancy, for personalised care and treatment strategies. «less
Sep 13, 2023
This article comprehensively discusses the... more»This article comprehensively discusses the diagnosis and treatment of thyroid disorders during pregnancy. It also outlines key recommendations from different medical societies regarding screening, management, and interpretation of thyroid function during pregnancy. «less
Aug 30, 2023
Hyperprolactinaemia is the most common end... more»Hyperprolactinaemia is the most common endocrine disorder characterised by elevated serum prolactin (PRL). The cause of hyperprolactinaemia usually determines the course of treatment. This article presents a case of hyperprolactinaemia along with a discussion of its causes and management. «less
Jul 27, 2023
This article gives insight into the latest... more»This article gives insight into the latest guidelines for hypertension released by the European Society of Hypertension in June 2023. These new guidelines will help the treating clinician manage hypertension effectively and to prevent hypertension-mediated organ damage. «less
Jul 21, 2023
Hypoglycaemia episodes are a real nightmar... more»Hypoglycaemia episodes are a real nightmare for physicians and as well as patients. This article highlights the latest recommendations by the Endocrine Society for managing diabetes in individuals with a high risk of hypoglycaemia. «less
Jul 14, 2023
This article provides a review of updates ... more»This article provides a review of updates in the management of gestational diabetes mellitus published in Standard of Care by the American Diabetes Association for the year 2023. «less
Jul 06, 2023
The article covers the diagnostic process ... more»The article covers the diagnostic process (OGTT, GH and IGF-1 levels, MRI) and management options for acromegaly, emphasising trans-sphenoidal surgery as the primary treatment and the use of somatostatin analogues and other medications when needed. «less
Jun 16, 2023
This article addresses the second part of ... more»This article addresses the second part of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) guidelines which provide recommendations for screening and management of co-morbidities such as cardiovascular disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, kidney disease, and retinopathy. «less
May 18, 2023
Diabetes cases are increasing with every p... more»Diabetes cases are increasing with every passing day, so it becomes the responsibility of every healthcare professional to prevent and treat this epidemic.This article gives insight from latest guidelines from American Association of Clinical Endocrinology AACE for diagnosing and managing diabetes. «less
Apr 27, 2023
Patients with diabetes are at 1.5- 2 fold ... more»Patients with diabetes are at 1.5- 2 fold higher risk of Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) when compared to nondiabetic patients. Key recommendations from different guidelines for the management of diabetic dyslipidemia along with the treatment are discussed in this article. «less
Apr 12, 2023
Managing hypertension in chronic kidney di... more»Managing hypertension in chronic kidney disease (CKD) can be quite challenging for primary physicians. Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) has developed guidelines for the management of blood pressure in patients with CKD. This article will summarise the key guidelines' recommendations. «less
Apr 05, 2023
Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes (... more»Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) has come up with guidelines to manage diabetes in CKD patients. This article will highlight the important recommendations from the guidelines. «less
Mar 30, 2023
Obesity has been associated with metabolic... more»Obesity has been associated with metabolic syndrome, diabetes, coronary artery disease, hypertension, dyslipidemia, infertility, obstructive sleep apnea and certain cancers. The prevalence, diagnosis and management of obesity are elucidated in this article. «less
Mar 04, 2023
Patients with diabetes are at an increased... more»Patients with diabetes are at an increased overall risk of infections, which is associated with increased morbidity and mortality. Some common infections that are seen in patients with diabetes are discussed in this article. «less
Feb 16, 2023
The urological complications arising due t... more»The urological complications arising due to diabetes include bladder dysfunction, sexual and erectile dysfunction, as well as urinary tract infections (UTIs). The diagnosis, symptoms and treatment of diabetic urological complications are explained in this article.  «less
Dec 09, 2022
Grave’s disease is an autoimmune disorder ... more»Grave’s disease is an autoimmune disorder which affects the thyroid gland. The diagnosis and management of this autoimmune disease are elucidated in this article.  «less
Dec 02, 2022
This article throws light on PCOS diagnosi... more»This article throws light on PCOS diagnosis, complications associated with it and its management as per the latest guidelines. «less
Oct 14, 2022
In the present scenario lot of people are ... more»In the present scenario lot of people are misguided by the term "Reversal of Diabetes".This article will further help physicians to understand the terminology in a better way and how to help their patients in achieving and maintaining remission wherever possible. «less
Sep 22, 2022
Subclinical hypothyroidism (SCH) is not ve... more»Subclinical hypothyroidism (SCH) is not very uncommon in clinical practice, many clinicians face dilemmas regarding indications for treating the same. This article gives physicians insight into how to manage SCH as per guidelines as well as covers the common co-morbidities and conditions where one n «less
Aug 27, 2022
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