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GAD 65 Diagnostic Kits Detect Less Than One Percent Pancreatic Beta Damage

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Submit by oky_dian on November 27, 2015 | Comment(s) : 0 | View : 4795

National symposium opened by Vice Rector IV of UB Dr. Ir. Moch. Sasmito Djati, MS
National symposium opened by Vice Rector IV of UB Dr. Ir. Moch. Sasmito Djati, MS
GAD 65 Diagnostic Kits released by BioSains laboratory University of Brawijaya (UB) able to detect pancreatic beta less than one percent or under one percent. The damage of pancreatic beta becomes the rising of blood sugar trigger, the causes of diabetes mellitus (DM). Thus as said by Prof. Dr. drh. Aulanni'am, in the National Symposium "Towards the Mass Production of Early Detection Kit of Diabetes Mellitus in BioSains Laboratory", Thursday (26/Nov/2015).

"Generally GM patients come to see the doctor in condition of broken pancreatic beta and only five until ten percent still healthy. Therefore, diagnostic kit helps the society to detect DM disease since early stage even since one year old," he said.

GAD 65 diagnostic kit that able to detect pancreatic beta till underneath one percent is not to frightening public but helping the society to manage the diet and healthy lifestyle with exercise.

"Blood results shown by GAD 65 diagnostic kit detect emergence of DM disease in human 10 until 15 years in the future. And so the patients who positively detected DM by using GAD 65 diagnostic kit can manage healthy lifestyle started from recent, and so in 10 years in the future, DM disease risk can be minimized," said Prof. Aulanni'am.

Added by FK-UB lecturer, Prof. Dr. Djoko Wahono Soeatmadji, Sp.PD KEMD that healthy lifestyle patterns should be established since an early age. And so there will be balancing between food to be consumed with energy to be released.

"Eat in balance. Good and Fresh vegetable and fruit to maintain body condition," said Prof. Djoko.

The national symposium is organized by BioSains Laboratory to socialize GAD 65 diagnostic kits for doctors at Community Health Services, family doctors, pediatricians, internists, laboratory doctors and Principals at Community Health Services. [Oky Dian/Humas UB/trans. Denok]


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