BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF LIPID AND BLOOD SUGAR PROFILE IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS
Mohammad Arshad*, Sanjay Kumar Deshwali, Abdullah Hathal and Mohammad Ali
Introduction: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a batch of metabolic disorders which can be distinguished by rise of blood glucose level emerging from obstruction in insulin secretion, insulin action, and heart disorders. The current study is dealing with the evaluation lipid and blood sugar profile in patients suffering from diabetes mellitus. Material & Method: The study was carried out at general hospital Al-Dawadmi, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the results were compared with the normal range for each parameter with 50 cases and 50 controls. Result: The results revealed that the female patients with DM represented the considerable increment in the level of TC, TG and LDL-C in contrast to male patients with DM. Results also exhibited that out of all the patients, 50 % suffered from hypercholesterolemia, 60% from hypertriglyceridemia and 70 % with higher range in LDL-C respectively. Summary & Conclusion: The study shows that the lipid divergence, hypercholesterolemia, hypertriglyceridemia and elevated LDL in patients with DM2.
Keywords: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a batch and elevated LDL in patients with DM2.
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