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TITLE:

AN OBSERVATIONAL RESEARCH TO INVESTIGATE LIPID PROFILE AMONG T2DM PATIENTS AT SIR GANGA RAM HOSPITAL, LAHORE

AUTHORS:

Abdul Manan, Ahmad Abdul Rehman Khan, Muhammad Zil E Rehman Shah

ABSTRACT:

Background: Diabetes mellitus is a disorder having consequences for glucose and lipid profile. Objective: To investigate and look at the example of dyslipidaemia in male and female patients of type 2 diabetes. Patients and Methods: This research was carried out at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, Lahore from August 2017 to April 2018. An aggregate of hundred analyzed instances of type 2 diabetes was arbitrarily chosen for the study. The individuals who had hyperlipidaemia because of optional causes, for example, nephrotic disorder, hypothyroidism and medications and so forth were barred. Blood tests were taken for fasting and arbitrary sugar and fasting lipid profile. For measurable examination understudy "T" test at 5% dimension of essentialness was connected. Results: The female patients were observed to be overweight and hypertensive and they had uncontrolled hyperglycemia too. Their systolic circulatory strain was 150±25.75 mm/Hg and diastolic B.P was 90.6±17.6mm/Hg. The mean blood glucose focus was 246.64±105mg//dL. The mean fixation of lipids was essentially raised among females when contrasted with guys. On the whole in female patients the estimations of LDL-C, triglycerides and HDL-C was 191±31.81 mg/dL, 179±93mg/dL and 32±2.4mg/dL individually, all in high hazard go. LDL: HDL proportion was 6.0. Despite the fact that in male patients the mean fixation of LDL was 174±41mg/dL and it was in high hazard classification, however, HDL-C was fringe (35.2mg/dL), and triglycerides were inside the typical range. LDL: HDL proportion was additionally inadequate range. Conclusion: The female diabetics were hypertensive, overweight and had more uncontrolled hyperglycemia alongside dyslipidaemia when contrasted with a male. The example of dyslipidaemia found in these female patients was an increment in LDL­ Candstrikingly diminished HDL-C level. Keywords: Gender, Dyslipidaemia, type 2 diabetes.

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