Samah Amer Hammood

Department of Science, University of Kufa, Iraq


  • Research   
    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 pati.. Read More»

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