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2009 (Vol. 1, Issue: 2)
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Hyperuricemia, High Serum Urea and Hypoproteinemia are the Risk Factor for Diabetes

Sapna Smith Lal, Yogesh Sukla, Amit Singh, Ekta A. Andriyas and Alok M. Lall
Corresponding Author:  Sapnasmithlal 

Key words:  diabetes, urea, protein, uric acid, , ,
Vol. 1 , (2): Page No: 33-34
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2009 July, 04 2009 July, 18
Abstract:

In India, diabetes is the most prevalent complication, according to the International Journal of Diabetes in developing Countries which labeled India the diabetes capital of the world. Currently, up to 11 per cent of India's urban population and 3 per cent of rural population above the age of 15 has diabetes This prospective study was conducted for investigation of the other disorder related with diabetes viz the level of serum total protein, serum uric acid and serum urea was analyzed in diabetic subjects (group I) and compare them with level of non obese non diabetic and normotensive volunteers selected as control (group II). The result revealed that all diabetic subjects has significantly higher blood urea level (t= df 58; p<0.0001) as compare to non diabetic subjects, significantly higher Uric acid level (t=8.79, df58; p<0.0001) as compare to non diabetic subjects and all diabetic subjects have significantly lower serum total protein level (t=62.23, df58; p<0.0001) as compare to non diabetic subjects. It was concluded that Hyperuricemia, Hyperuria and Hypoproteinemia are the risk factor for diabetes.
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Sapna Smith Lal, Yogesh Sukla, Amit Singh, Ekta A. Andriyas and Alok M. Lall, 2009. Hyperuricemia, High Serum Urea and Hypoproteinemia are the Risk Factor for Diabetes.  Asian Journal of Medical Sciences, 1(2): Page No: 33-34.
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