International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 13, Part C (2015)
Dyslipidemia in diabetes: A cross sectional study
Background: Diabetes is commonly associated with abnormalities in plasma lipids and lipoprotein levels commonly referred to as “dyslipidemia. About 50% of all diabetic patients have dyslipidemia. Lipid abnormalities are more common in type 2 diabetes than in type 1 diabetes. Thus present study was conducted with primary objective of finding alternations of lipid profile in diabetes mellitus patients.rnMethods: The study was carried out at a tertiary government medical hospital in Jamnagar city during period of 1 year among 160 patients. rnResults: Type-2 DM subjects were dyslipidemic, which was characterized by elevated S. Triglyceride, S. Cholesterol, S. LDL, S. VLDL, with low HDL; such dyslipidemia was not significant in Type-1 Subjects. The complications mainly cardiovascular of Diabetes Mellitus have Major role in much of diabetes related morbidity & mortality. rnConclusion: The important impact of dyslipidemia on complications requires undivided attention throughout the course of disease.
How to cite this article:
Dr. Jatin Lungater, Dr. Mehul Kaliya, Dr. Mittal Rathod, Dr. Ajay Tanna, Dr. Manish Mehata. Dyslipidemia in diabetes: A cross sectional study. Int J Appl Res 2015;1(13):160-163.