Dr Ammara Aslam Khan, Dr Rameesha Muzaffar, Dr Maemoona Abdul Jabbar
Objective: The objective of our study was to discover out the connotation of hyperglycemia between non-diabetic victims. Materials & Methods: The project of our exploration was crosswise, accepted out at the Department of Medicine, Jinnah Hospital from October to December 2018. The quantity of victims selected by investigator with severe hit was one hundred and seventy one beside with an evaluation of hyperglycemia. Results: The age of 171 victims were in among 43 to 64 years. The statistics of identified severe blow victims along with hyperglycemia were 44 (25.75%). Hyperglycemia victims, logged by the investigator was 4 (17.38%), 13 (29.56%), 15 (28.32%) as well as 12 (23.54%) victims separately having age group of 30-40 years, 41-50 years, 51-60 years and 61-70 years. Among 44 hyperglycemia victims, a number of men, as well as women victims, were 19 (21.35%) and 25 (30.49%) respectively. The investigator did not find any significant link of gender with hyperglycemia (p= 0.173). Conclusion: The consequences of our investigation showed a massive percentage of hyperglycemia in non-diabetic severe stroke victims. The investigator did not find any significant link in hyperglycemia with age, the time period of disease along with hit form as well as gender. Keywords: Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF), Hyperglycemia, Hit, Diabetes Mellitus (DM).