Madhavbaug, Mumbai based chain of multidisciplinary cardiac care clinics and hospitals conducted an event to demonstrate diabetes control in a large set of patients. Through the event, 661 patients who had undergone Madhavbaug’s treatments took live Glucose Tolerance Test (GTT). Madhavbaug became the first organization to conduct 500+ live GTTs at a time, making this a new India Book of Record. Out of 661 GTTs, 90 took place in Thane, 89 in Pune, 72 in Borivali, 69 in Kolhapur, 57 in Nigadi (Pune) and several more in other cities like Chandrapur, Solapur, Amravati, Aurangabad, Nashik, etc.
“For over 14 years, Madhavbaug’s holistic natural treatments and Ayurvedic principles have improved the lifestyle of lakhs of patients across the country. Our mission is to curb lifestyle disorders through 100% natural proven Ayurvedic therapies and improve the lifestyles of many more. It makes me immensely proud that through the power of Madhavbaug team’s dedication of working towards a shared goal, we have achieved another feat, which I am sure we will break very soon again,” said Dr Rohit Sane, CEO and Founder of Madhavbaug.
About The Event
The event took place simultaneously at more than 10 different cities, with Thane being the main centre. Diabetic patients who underwent Madhavbaug’s treatment were tested live for glucose tolerance at multiple centres in the country to prove that their diabetes was under control. Patients with blood glucose value below 200mg/dL, two hours after sugar intake passed the test and were considered as GTT negative.
The 661 patients who underwent Madhavbaug’s Diabetes Reversal treatment were checked for “Fasting Blood Sugar” first. They were then administered 75g of glucose (sugar) and their blood sugar was tested after 1 hour and 2 hours from the time of ingestion.
The event was recorded live across multiple venues, with Thane being the central location, connected to the other locations. Also, a panel of medical experts including Madhavbaug’s founder and CEO Dr Rohit Sane, Chief Medical Officer Dr Gurudatta Amin, MIPC Chair Professor Dr Jagdish Hiremath and chief dietician Sneha Paranjpe answered the queries of 500+ patients through video conference during the event. The live recording of the event where Madhavbaug entered the India Book of Records for maximum GTTs conducted at a time was witnessed by thousands across the country through digital channels.