A Hematological and Physiological Study of Diabetes Mellitus Male Patients | Abstract

Journal of Research in Medical and Dental Science
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A Hematological and Physiological Study of Diabetes Mellitus Male Patients

Author(s): Noor alhuda Ghanem Al-Fatlawi*, Zahraa Mohammed Fakheir Al_Nafakh, Samah Amer Hammood and Sabreen Ghanem Al-Fatlawi


Objective: Over 25 million Americans and an estimated 285 million individuals worldwide suffer with diabetes mellitus, which is linked to a heavy burden of problems. This study's goal was to assess how fasting blood glucose interacted with leukocyte counts, platelet counts, blood pressure, and body mass index. Methods: This study involved a control group of 40 individuals who appeared to be in good health and 180 male diabetic patients (70 type 1 and 70 type 2) who were randomly chosen from the diabetes mellitus center in Al-Sadder Teaching City in the province of Al-Najaf in Iraq. The age range of the control and patient groups was 35 to 65 years. Results: The results revealed a significant difference (P>0.05) in WBCs and platelet count in both type 1 and type 2 patients when compared with control groups, but a significant rise (P>0.05) in FBG in both type 1 and type 2 patients. The findings also demonstrated a significant rise in BMI and blood pressure (DBP & SBP) (P<0.05) in both type 1 and type 2 patients in comparison to the control groups, as well as a significant difference in DBP and SBP (P<0.05) between patients and control groups at various ages. Conclusion: Diabetes mellitus has been linked to higher BMIs than normal weight, and the majority of patients are obese. One of the causes of high blood pressure is DM. Patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes do not significantly differ in their WBC and platelet counts from the control group.

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