RENAL FUNCTION IMPAIRMENT IN INSULIN DEPENDENT AND NON INSULIN DEPENDENT DIABETIC PATIENTS
The research study was undertaken to investigate the effect of renal function impairment in insulin dependent and non insulin dependent diabetic patient in biochemistry department Hazara University Mansehra, Khyber pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan. For the study a District Head Quarter Hospital Bannu is selected. A total samples were taken from 100 individuals i.e. 33 insulin dependent, 33 non insulin dependent diabetic patients and 34 were control group. The blood samples from the individuals were collected for estimation of glucose in sodium flurried tube while urine, creatine and uric acid lithium heparin coated tube. Relevant data was recorded throughout the experiment till the termination of experiment; data was subjected to statistical analysis using ANOVA design. Level of significance (P<0.05) were taken in every group. In this experiment weight was found significant in both groups as compared to control, while other the population, habits, nutrition and body mass index (gender, age, ethnic groups, location, marital status, occupation income/month, smoking, alcohol, drugs, dietary habits, dietary assessment, obesity, height) were no significant(P<0.05) value observed in different groups of diabetic patients in all above parameters. In case of disease effects, body effects, serum, urinary profile the parameters (duration, family history of disease, treatment, blood sugar, blood urea, blood creatinine, urinary protein, urinary sugar) were found high significant (P<0.05) valve in both groups of diabetic patients, while the other parametersÂ (diabetes, diabetes types, allergy, blood pressure (Upper) blood pressure (Lower), radial pulse, hypertension, heart disease, doctor visit, and uric acid) were no significant (P>0.05) value between the different groups. It is concluded that renal function were affected in both groups of diabetic patients on the basis of receiving data from the above different parameters.Key words: insulin dependent, non-insulin dependent, diabetic patients, Control
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