Searchable abstracts of presentations at key conferences in endocrinology

ea0049ep629 | Diabetes therapy | ECE2017

Self-monitoring of blood glucose: how are glycemic readers used in practice?

Haddad Meriem , Aouiche Samir , Boudiba Aissa

Introduction: In recent years, the technique of ASG has gained much in simplicity, speed and acceptability, using readers more and more reliable. Despite this, some patients do not acquire the skills needed to achieve it. The aim of this study is to evaluate the technical gestures of use of blood glucose readers in current practice.Material and method: This is a prospective descriptive study including 369 diabetics for over a year, followed in diabetic c...

ea0056ep13 | Adrenal and Neuroendocrine Tumours | ECE2018

Hypothyroidism occurrence during treatment of neuro endocrine tumor

Belazzouz Abderahmen Youssouf , Azzouz Malha , Boudiba Aissa

Introduction: Several treatments may be proposed against neuroendocrine tumors such as targeted therapies (Tyrosine kinase inhibitors: TKI) and somatostatin agonist. Since the first use of TKI in the oncological field, several studies have shown endocrine side effects type dysthyroidie. Several complex pathophysiological mechanisms and variable from one patient to another have been evoked ranging from a simple thyroiditis to complex autoimmune phenomena (cases of Basedow revea...

ea0035p443 | Diabetes complications | ECE2014

Clinical profile and management of diabetic osteoarthropathy

Youcef Hafsa Si , Azouz Malha , Hanachi Ratiba , Mimouni Safia , Boudiba Aissa

Introduction: The diabetic foot osteoarthropathy is defined as a progressive painless arthropathy of one or more joints due to an underlying neurological injury. It is the bed of complications and severe foot infections and involves the functional prognosis. Through observations of patients we report the difficulty of management of wounds on foot osteoarthropathy.Observation: It is five diabetic patients hospitalized in our department with an array of se...

ea0056p244 | Calcium & Vitamin D metabolism | ECE2018

Biological and endocrine features of Infra Clinical Hypoparathyroidism in Major Beta Thalassemia at adulthood in Algeria, screening and therapeutic management

Belazzouz Abderahman Youssouf , Khouja Ziane , Azzouz Malha , Boudiba Aissa , Nacer Ahmed

Introduction: Major Beta Thalassemia (MBT) is a common hereditary condition in Algeria (2%) and in North Africa it requires repeated transfusions. Life expectancy has improved significantly thanks to advances in chelating treatments that will delay endocrine complications associated with secondary hemochromatosis. The hypoparathyroidism (HPT) continues to be seen (5–20%), its relation with the iron overload is not clearly elucidated.Patients and met...

ea0056p1094 | Thyroid (non-cancer) | ECE2018

Features and determinants of hypothyroidism in patients with major beta thalassemia from Algeria.

Belazzouz Abderahman Youssouf , Azzouz Malha , Khouja Ziane , Nacer Ahmed , Boudiba Aissa , Yargui Ilyes

Introduction: Hypothyroidism is the most common endocrine pathology during Major Beta Thalassemia (MBT). The geographic area is considered a factor in establishing the prevalence and form of hypothyroidism in MBT. We have tried through this study to establish features and determinants of hypothyroidism in Algeria.Patients and methods: Twenty patients middle-aged 27 years (20–46 years) (10 males/10 Females) hospitalized in Pierre Marie Curie Center, ...