John Masih, Bansal A, Thkur Amit K, Painkara US.
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John Masih1*,Bansal A. 2, Thkur Amit K.1 and Painkara U.S.3
1Assistant Professor, Medicine, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur
2Associate Professor, OBG, Deptt. of OBG, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur
3Professor & H.O.D., Medicine, Govt. Medical College, Jagdalpur
Volume - 5,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2013
Back Ground: One person dies from diabetes and two more get the disease every 10 seconds in India. The number of diabetics in the country has crossed 60 million and is expected to reach 100 million mark by 2030.
Objective: To study the epidemiological profile of diabetic patients.
Nature of study: Retrospective study.
Statistical Analysis: Expressed in terms of simple proportion.
Material and method: Diabetics who were admitted in a Medical College Hospital were taken as sample. Diabetics detail was taken in a pre drawn proforma. As per requirement, Random blood sugar, Serum cholesterol level of each patient was conducted. Collected data were analyzed and inferences were drawn.
Findings and Discussion: Higher proportion of females was the sufferers in comparison to their male counterparts. More than three –fourth patients were non vegetarian.68.42%males and 66.66%females were found obese. Conclusion and recommendations: Thus, a great deal of emphasis is to be given for making aware the community about disease resulting early screening, diagnosis and proper treatment
Cite this article:
John Masih,Bansal A, Thkur Amit K , Painkara US.
Epidemiological Profile of Diabetics Research J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2013; 5(3): 178-182.