Study of Uric Acid and Lipid Profile in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Cases in Western Coastal Region of Vasai–Virar City Municipal Corporation, District - Palghar, Maharashtra, India
Keywords:Blood Glucose, Serum Uric Acid, Type 2 DM, Western Coastal Region
AbstractA population in the Western Coastal Region of Vasai-Virar City Municipal Corporation (VVCMC), Maharashtra, India, abounds with non- vegetarians. This study was conducted to analyze if non- vegetarian diet has the same effect on lipid profile and uric acid (UA) levels of T2DM patients of this locality as reported in internationally published data. Lipid profiles, blood sugar levels and UA in the normal controls were within the normal range. In the T2DM patients the values of cholesterol, HDL, LDL and UA were in normal range whereas the blood sugar and serum triglyceride levels were found to be elevated. The uric acid levels were lower in T2DM patients as compared to normal controls though it was in the normal range. The serum triglyceride levels were found to be on the higher side in T2DM as compared to normal controls.
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