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Association of prevalence of complications with degree of hyperglycemia in type 2 diabetics of jammu region

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Usha Kumari Gupta, Sukhraj Kaur, Mridula Mahajan, Anjali Tikoo and, R.P Kudyar
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Abstract: 

India is one of the epicenters of global diabetic pandemic. It is silent epidemic that disables kills and strikes people at their most productive age and reduces life expectancy of older people. Diabetes is a global issue and a threat that does not respect borders, social classes or races. It is responsible for increased morbidity and mortality and imposes a catastrophic financial burden on patients and huge burden on healthcare system. Keeping in view the prevalence of diabetic complications the present study was planned to investigate the prevalence of complications in individuals suffering from diabetes and association with degree of hyperglycemia. Out of 200 diabetic patients selected for the study, 80 (40%) patients had not developed any complication. 120 (60%) of the patients were found to have developed one or more complications of diabetes. 46 (23%) were found to have microvascular complications, 32 (16%) macrovascular and 42 (21%) have both micro as well as macrovascular complication. It was observed, as degree of hyperglycemia increased the prevalence of microvascular complications increased from 5 to 10.5% and both micro and macrovascular complications increased from 2% to 12% whereas macrovascular complications increased only from 2 to 3.5%.Thus indicating that prevalence of complications increased with increasing degree of hyperglycemia. Initial treatment of complications is prevention and that can be achieved by keeping a good glycemic control as measured by HbA1c.

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