|Starting on :||07:30 AM 01 September, 2016||Venue:||The Karen Hospital Resource centre 3rd floor|
|Ending on :||09:00 AM 01 September, 2016||Max Credits:||3.00|
|Moderator:||No Activity Moderator||Activity Cost:||0|
The maintenance of normal glucose homeostasis requires a complex, highly integrated interaction among the liver, muscle, adipocytes, pancreas and neuroendocrine system. Recent studies have showed that the kidneys also play a central role in glucose homeostasis by reabsorbing all the filtered glucose, an adaptive mechanism that ensures sufficient energy is available during fasting periods.
-To discribe Kidney
-To know the implication of Kidney in glucose Haemostasis