Suresh Kumar Sutrakar, Drutpal Singh Baghel
Dr. Suresh Kumar Sutrakar1, Dr. Drutpal Singh Baghel2
1Assistant Professor, Department of Pathology, Shyam Shah Medical College and Associated. S.G.M. Hospital Rewa (M.P.), India-486001
2Assistant Professor and Head, Department of Biochemistry, Shyam Shah Medical College and Associated. S.G.M. Hospital, Rewa (M.P.)
Volume - 7,
Issue - 10,
Year - 2014
Non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus (NIDDM) Type –II occurs at any age, but is more common between 40–80 years of age and also has a strong genetic component. India tops the world diabetes list with 31.7 million diabetic patients and this is likely to rise to 79.4 million by the year 2030. Over ninety percent of these have Type –II diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Type –II diabetes mellitus is closely related to life style factors, including diet, physical activities, alcohol and smoking, as well as obesity and a family history of diabetes. Lipotoxicity also has been implicated as an acquired cause of impaired beta-cell function, as individuals progress from impaired glucose tolerance to overt Type –II diabetes mellitus. The clinical materials for present study comprised 59 patients are attended in outdoor department or admitted in the department of medicine ward and 50 ages matched healthy individual control groups. Clinical investigations performed for serum glucose, Cholesterol, HDL–cholesterol, LDL–cholesterol, and triglycerides. Obtained data were analyzed statistically by using student “t” test.
Cite this article:
Suresh Kumar Sutrakar, Drutpal Singh Baghel. Biochemical Parameters Variations in Type–II Diabetes Mellitus: Special Reference in Rewa Region. Asian J. Research Chem. 7(10): October- 2014; Page 877-881.