Your Trusted Paediatric Endocrinologist.
Is your child facing growth problems? Count on Dr Lee with his experience & expertise in treating chronic conditions such as diabetes and hormone deficiencies.
About Us
Dr Warren Lee is a Senior Consultant Paediatrician at KK Hospital with a private practice at Camden Medical Centre. His passion and forte lies in Paediatric Endocrinology and Adolescent Medicine. He is able to manage and treat problems of growth in childhood and puberty, metabolism disorders and hormone problems in obesity and eating disorders, diabetes mellitus as well as hormone disorders arising from surgery or post-chemotherapy. Due to his experience and expertise, Dr Lee has been invited to countries around the globe as a speaker to teach and share about diabetes and endocrine. Patients will go through a thorough and careful examination before Dr Lee gives an evaluation about the problem. Thereafter, he will provide various treatment options in light of the patient’s best interests and any resource or time constraints.
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Glucose Monitoring and CGMS
Have you ever wondered why your blood glucose patterns are too high, too low and often never right no matter what insulin.

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Insulin Pumps
Insulin is a hormone that needs to be injected into the body to be effective. Inhaled insulin preparations have been developed, but were not commercially successful and have been withdrawn by the manufacturers.

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Diabetes and Eating Disorders
The objective of good diabetes treatment is not to take less medication or fewer injections, but to manage the condition as a whole so that the person with diabetes is able to take part in all normal daily activities with minimal restrictions as a result of the diabetes, to achieve optimum long term health and reduce or delay the onset of diabetes complications.

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Growth Issues
Growth hormone is a drug that can be of great help to people who are short and who are still able to grow.

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Adolescent Medicine
During adolescence, the child gradually matures into an adult physically, emotionally and intellectually. Physical development during adolescence includes puberty and growth in height, weight and the development of secondary sexual characteristics like breast development, growth of the penis, testicles, changes in the female organs, pubic and axillary hair and the onset of menstrual cycles.

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Paediatrics & Endocrinology
Endocrine problems in childhood include hypothyroidism, hyperthyroidism, hypogonadism, precocious puberty, growth hormone deficiency presenting as failure to thrive and short stature, diabetes mellitus and diabetes insipidus

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Growing Issues
What to do when your child is too short or growng up faster than expected? Every parent wants their children to grow up big and tall and healthy. What can be done if your child is the shortest in class?

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the location is easily accessible and the service is good
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26 Dec 2012 13:36:28
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the location is easily accessible and the service is good
They have a variety of newer insulin analogues and oral medications which can together help those with diabetes achieve the best possible quality of life.