Comparative Study Of Biochemical Profiles Of Pre-Diabetic, Diabetic And Non-Disease Control In Diabetes Mellitus

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Dr. Muhammad Nouman Yousaf , Dr. Sajjad Ahmad , Dr. Afsheen Yousaf , Dr. Sadia Anwar , Dr. Muhammad Waseem & Dr. Rida Naz


T2 diabetes is one of the most emerging issues in the whole World. Ratio of spreading diabetes in Pakistan is also very high. Numerous factors are held responsible for T2 diabetes one of them might be genetic factor. Purpose of this study is to investigate the biochemical signs among diabetics and pre-diabetic control. Populations of the current study were patients registered at DIK and Peshawar district teaching hospitals. Blood samples were taken from the patients after getting their consent. Respondents were categorized into HbA1c and lipid profile. There is a significant mean difference found between body mass index, age and HbA1c among groups. it is concluded that both diabetic and pre-diabetic have abnormal profile and HbA1c. There is no association found due to small sample size. it is recommended for future studies to increase the sample size which might provide interesting results.

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