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Recently Published Articles
Profile of Blood Glucose in Diabetic Patient Suffered from Diabetic Foot Osteomyelitis with Effective Low Carbohydrate Diet
Antihyperglycemic Mechanisms of Allium sativum, Citrus sinensis and Persea americana Extracts: Effects on Inhibition of Digestive Enzymes, Glucose Adsorption and Absorption on Yeast Cells and Psoas Muscles
Unanticipated Difficult Laryngoscopy in a Diabetic Patient Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery
Associations of Waist-to-Height Ratio with Various Emotional and Irregular Eating, and Making Environment to Promote Eating in Japanese Adults: The Saku Cohort Study
Comparison of Diuretic Effects between Empagliflozin, a Sodium-Glucose Co-Transporter 2 Inhibitor With Osmotic Diuresis, and Tolvaptan, a Water Diuretic, in Two Type 2 Diabetic Patients Taking Sodium Diuretics
A Multicenter Italian Survey on Diabetes Care Units Reveals a Somewhat Slow Attitude in Treatment Guideline Implementation: Are We Dealing With Therapeutic Inertia?
Unexplained Hypoglycaemia and Large Glycaemic Variability: Skin Lipohypertrophy as a Predictive Sign
Brain Mechanisms in Blood Glucose Mobilization and Absorption: The Role of the Left and the Right Frontal Regions in the Regulatory Control of Blood Glucose Levels
Changes of Fat Volume and Adipocytokines by the Randomized Intervention Program for Obesity Control Program (SCOP)
The Use of Urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle) as a Blood Sugar Lowering Herb: A Case Report and a Review of the Literature
Association of Total and Differential White Blood Cell Counts to Development of Type 2 Diabetes in Mexican Americans in Cameron County Hispanic Cohort
Combination Treatment with a Novel Polyherbal Formulation and Metformin: A Single Blind Placebo-Controlled Study in Patients with T2DM and Cognitive Impairments
Use of High Resolution Digital Retinal Imaging in the Early Detection of Retinopathy in Type 1 Diabetes
Substitution of Chronic Insulin Therapy with Dipeptidyl Peptidase-4 Inhibitors and Sodium-Glucose Co-transporter-2 Inhibitors
Administration of Sodium-Glucose Co-Transporter2 Inhibitors Could Accelerate Dehydration in Poorly-Controlled Diabetic Patients, Proposing an Option not to Increase Glucosuria but to Decrease Carbohydrate Intake during Hyperglycemia
Rapid Improvement of Blood Glucose Level after Prosthetic Mandibular Advancement in a Patient with Diabetes Mellitus and Obstructive Sleep Apnea
Glycemic Variations after Ingestion of Different Carbohydrate-Containing Foods Assessed by Continuous Glucose Monitoring in Healthy and Diabetic Individuals in Daily Life
Additive and Antagonistic Effects among Combination of Agonists of Peroxisome Proliferator-Activated Receptor gamma (PPARg) on Transcriptional Activity
Reduced Sampling Schedules for Calculation of an Insulin Sensitivity Index from the Liquid Meal Tolerance Test
Study of the Central and Peripheral Autonomic Function in Short Evolutions Type 2 Diabetes and It’s Risk Categories
Inverse Association between Vitamin D Status and Diabetes in a Clinic Based Sample of Hispanic Adults in Puerto Rico
Impaired Awareness of Hypoglycemia and Driving Mishaps in Patients with Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus: A Multi-center Survey in Japan
About the Journal
Diabetes Research- Open Journal (DROJ) aims to serve the scientific community and provide information focusing on the various causes, diagnosis, treatments, prevention, education, management and research related to diabetes.
Diabetes is a systemic disease which causes higher than normal blood sugar levels and results in a number of symptoms and complications of varying severity. While the symptoms and complications are similar, treatment will vary depending on the type of diabetes that is diagnosed. The disease is classified into various types, based upon the underlying pathophysiology.
Thus, a diagnosis of diabetes is usually classified as either Type I or diabetes Mellitus (DM); or Type II or Diabetes Insipidus (DI). Type I diabetes is caused by the failure of the beta cells in the pancreas to produce sufficient insulin; while Type II diabetes is due to cells’ inability to recognize the insulin that is being produced; a phenomenon known as ‘insulin resistance’. Gestational diabetes is a third, less common type of diabetes-specific to pregnant women.
DROJ strives to provide widespread and open access to detailed, up-to-date, and reliable information of the highest quality on all matters related to diabetes – including effective disease prevention measures, management strategies, and pharmacological treatments; innovative research findings and applications; and associated disorders – through Openventio Publisher’s Open Journal approach.
Aims and Scope
Diabetes Research – Open Journal (DROJ) is dedicated to the open dissemination of scientific information and robust discussion in all areas relating to diabetes, amongst professionals with diverse backgrounds and varying perspectives, such as researchers, educators, public health professionals, and clinicians. The DROJ audience includes physicians, surgeons, nurses, and other clinicians from a wide array of specialties, researchers, educators, and students.
DROJ covers a wide array of subjects as given below
- Latest research advances in diabetes
- Public health policies in diabetes
- Diagnostic criteria and treatment protocols
- Diabetic foot care
- Metabolic syndrome
- Diabetes drugs
- Diabetic diet
- Obesity, hypertension in diabetes
- Retinopathy, nephropathy and peripheral artery disease (PAD)
- SGLT2 inhibitors
- Low Carbohydrate Diet (LCD)
DROJ welcomes all types of articles such as: original clinical research and case-reports, literature reviews and mini-reviews, opinion pieces such as editorials, commentary, and book reviews, technical reports, conference materials, illustrations, etc.
As we strive to improve the quality of our journal, any comments or suggested corrections from readers are welcome. Please send us your thoughts using the Contact Us link.