The Department of Community Health Technologies at the College of Health and Medical Technologies holds a free course on sugar regulation in the human body and the most important tests for the detection of urinary diabetes.
Under the patronage of the Dean of the College of Health and Medical Technologies, Assistant Professor Dr. Majid Abdel-Wahab Maatouq, the Community Health Technologies Department held a free training course on ((Regulating sugar in the human body and the most important tests for detection of urinary diabetes)) for a period of two days in the chemistry laboratory in the department. Lecturer Diaa Shenyar from
The regulation of sugar in the human body is the process by which blood sugar levels, mainly glucose, are maintained by the body in a narrow range. This tight regulation is called glucose homeostasis. Insulin, which lowers blood sugar, and glucagon, which raises it, are the most well-known of the hormones involved in regulating sugar, but recent discoveries of hormones that regulate sugar have expanded the understanding of that process.
Then the lecturer touched on the most important tests for detecting urinary diabetes.
At the end of the session, the Dean of the College distributed certificates of participation to the participants and trained professors and wished success and progress for all in their scientific careers.