Sushila Hospital & Diabetes Care is a first of its kind healthcare facility in Bhagalpur, Bihar. We bring you the best of healthcare and innovative healing procedures so that you get the best of care. Good health and wellness is a must and to us, it is also our social responsibility to provide each and every one of you a life without any problem.
When it comes to choosing a hospital, one thing is clear: quality counts. With more than three decades of tradition, excellence, and quality in providing medical care in a comfortable and convenient environment, we bring peace of mind for the thousands of patients we care about every day with the help of our doctors, specialists, and nurses. We focus on offering a wide range of consistently high quality and up-to-date medical services that allow us to improve the health of the communities we serve with compassion and sensitivity to the individual needs of our patients and their families.
As the old saying goes ” Values begin at home “, we, here at Sushila Hospital believe in nurturing our team with compassion & empathy which in turn helps them reflect the same values on our patients, generally to improve their experience and care at our hospital. We consider this as our mission statement. With transparency and commitment as our driving forces, we have established a reputation that reflects honesty, sincerity, and trustworthiness.
Providing affordable & quality healthcare throughout Bihar, and empowering the lives of millions of people from every walk of life is our true Vision for the future.
Diabetes, commonly also considered as the world epidemic, is a common disorder of the endocrine system, where the blood sugar levels are not utilized properly because the pancreas produces less insulin than required or the fails to the body becomes resistant to insulin or doesn’t make enough insulin. The prevalence of diabetes can be categorized into three different types which are Type 1, Type 2 and Gestational Diabetes.
Type 1: Type 1 occurs because the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas (beta cells) are destroyed by the immune system. People suffering from Type 1 diabetes produce no insulin and must use insulin injections to control their blood sugar. It most commonly starts in people under age 20 but may occur at any age.
Type 2: In the case of Type 2 diabetes, the body may continue to produce insulin, but either the body becomes resistant to insulin or the insulin production decreases over time. When there isn’t enough insulin or if it’s not used properly then the blood glucose levels can’t get into the body’s cells to be used as energy. This glucose then builds up in the blood and causes serious complication in areas like the Eyes, Nerves, Heart, Kidneys, and Foot.
Gestational Diabetes: In gestational diabetes, the placental hormones provoke a rise in blood sugar to a level that can affect the growth and welfare of your baby. It usually disappears after giving birth but it brings in the risk of developing type 2 diabetes if the blood sugar is unmanaged. During pregnancy, the placenta, connecting your baby to your blood supply, produces high levels of various other hormones. Almost all of them impair the action of insulin in your cells, raising your blood sugar. Modest elevation of blood sugar after meals is normal during pregnancy. As your baby grows, the placenta produces more and more insulin-blocking hormones.