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Complications of type-2 diabetes among patients of pabna district in bangladesh: a survey based study

Author: 
Aurpita Shaha, Md. Ashikur Rahman, Md. Parvez Bin Yousuf, Susmita Sultana, S.M Ashiqul Islam, Rasel Ahmed, Md. Shfiqul Islam and Rima Sultana
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This study comprehensively conducted with the diabetic patients associated with other diseases (heart diseases, kidney diseases, eye disease). In this project we are trying to find out the crosslinked relation of other diseases associated with diabetes. The incidence of diabetes mellitus (DM) continues to raise and has promptly turned into one of the most prevalent and costly chronic diseases worldwide. A close link exists between DM and cardiovascular disease (CVD), DM and Kidney disease (DKD) and DM and retinopathy (DR) which are the most prevalent cause of morbidity and mortality in diabetic patients. Cardiovascular (CV) risk factors such as obesity, hypertension and dyslipidemia are common in patients with DM, placing them at increased risk for cardiac events. However, Diabetic Kidney disease is the major/most often cause of kidney failure. People have a greater risk of developing end stage renal diseased type-2 diabetes.In addition, Diabetic retinopathy (DR) causes massive visual loss on a global scale. Recent work reveals that diabetes have gross effects on the retinal neurovascular unit and its interdependent vascular, neuronal, glial, and immune cells. The research design was cross-sectional, and the research was conducted in Pabna district,Bangladesh. The sample size was calculated as 350. A pre-tested questionnaire was used to collect data after obtaining ethical approval. Data was collected by means of interview of patients. Among 350 of the total participants , 115 (32.8%) were of male and 235 (67.1%) of female. The mean body weight of respondents was 62.65+ 11.07 kg and mean age of the patients belongs to 51.56+10.29 year.We found 66 (18.86%) only diabetes patients, 49 (14%) Diabetes with heart disease patients, 105(30%) diabetes with eye disease patients, 42 (12%) Diabetic with nephropathy patients and 35 (10%) patients had both heart and eye diseases with diabetics, 14 (4%) patient had heart and Kidney diseases along with diabetic. The mean duration of diabetes in the present study was 8.81 years. All patients were type-2 diabetic patients. In the incipiency of the project we emphasize on knowledge about diabetes, diabetes facts, causes of diabetes and especially on diabetes controlling measurements. The key purpose of the study is to improve the lifestyle and to improve the overall health condition of diabetic patients.

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