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Baqai Institute of Diabetology and Endocrinology (BIDE) is a Rehabilitation for Diabetes, Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders. It is first and only multidisciplinary tertiary care diabetes hospital in Karachi Pakistan.
BIDE came into existence in the year 1996. BIDE has introduced innovative concept of collaborative services first time in Pakistan; where consultation and advice by the consultant diabetologist, the nutritionist, and the diabetes educator coupled with prompt laboratory support services has made the management plan of a single visit, increasingly convenient and compliant. The concept of a "Diabetes Care Team" has proved very successful.
BIDE is one of the eight centres of the world, which are designated as International Diabetes Federation (IDF) Centre of Education. BIDE is accredited with College of Physician & Surgeon of Pakistan (CPSP) for the training of FCPS II Medicine and post fellow Fellowship FCPS Endocrine.
Diabetes clinics give you the chance to meet medical experts who can check that you're as healthy as possible and give you highly specialised advice on how to look after your diabetes.
A multidisciplinary approach to the Diabetic patient is critical to delivery of a gold standard of treatment. We advocate a coordinated approach by Health Professionals, Researchers, Government & Industry as critical to achieving our vision of ending in a generation.
Living with diabetes is difficult. There are so many factors to consider and this can be stressful, but you shouldn’t need to put your life on hold. This section will provide you with the information you need on how you can fit diabetes around your lifestyle, from what to eat to how you can treat and manage your condition effectively.
Around 35.3 million people among the adult population of Pakistan have diabetes. The amputation rate in Pakistan is reported to be high ranging from 21.0%9 to 48.0%
Pakistanis have developed diabetes in the past year
Every 30 seconds a lower limb is lost somewhere in the world
of diabetes-related amputations are preventable with best practice treatment