ISE Webinar: Implications of Metabesity: Cardiovascular, renovascular, and glucometabolic dysfunction
Metabolic Disorders are a prime risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The term Metabesity expresses the links among diverse major diseases and conditions to shared metabolic roots. Diabetes, obesity, and cardiovascular diseases, joined by neurodegenerative disorders, cancer, and even the aging process itself, share metabolic and inflammatory provenances.
In this session, we will address some of the implications of Metabesity, namely cardiovascular, renovascular, and glucometabolic dysfunction.
After this webinar, you will be able to access the recording and a CME/CPD activity on the ISE Global Education Hub (https://edu.isendo.org/). You can find the introductory eLearning modules of the Metabesity Program under the COURSES section of the ISE Global Education Hub.
• Speakers: Anthonia Ogbera, M.D. (Nigeria), Perla A. Carrillo, M.D. (Mexico), and Mathew John, M.D. (India)
• Moderators: Syed Abbas Raza, M.D. (Pakistan) and Sanjay Kalra, M.D. (India)