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TITLE:

IN ADULT POPULATION OF LAHORE THE PREVALENCE OF DIABETES MELLITUS AND IMPAIRED GLUCOSE TOLERENCE TEST

AUTHORS:

Dr Nisar Haider Anjum, Dr Mujahid Israr, Dr Sadia Inam, Dr Sana Iqbal Bokhari

ABSTRACT:

Objective:The purpose of this analysis was to evaluate the prevalence of impaired glucose tolerance test (IGT) and diabetes in the population of Lahore using a (FPPPG) flexible postprandial plasma glucose test as a screening test. Study design:A cross-sectional study. Place and duration:In the Endocrinology department of Services Hospital and Medical OPD of Jinnah Hospital, Lahore for one year duration from January 2018 to January2019. Methodology:938 subjects were selected randomly; 406 of them were male, 532 were female. All were analyzed with FPPPG test by sampling time from 30 to 120 minutes after breakfast / snack / lunch. Results: Of the 406 men, (81%)329 were normal, diabetic were 36 (8.87%) and IGT in 41 (10.1%) in the, and of the 532 women 329 were found normal, 66 (12.4%) had diabetes and (13.72%)73 had deteriorated glucose tolerance test. Conclusion: The overall diabetes mellitus prevalence for the population of Lahore was 10.87% and IGT in 12.15%. Key words:Diabetes mellitus, Prevalence, FPPPG, IGT.

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