Department of Biochemistry, Sri Krishna Medical College, Muzaffarpur, Bihar, India – 842004
Objective: To analyze glycosylated haemoglobin in patient of diabetes with microangiopathy. Method: Study done on 100 patients out of which 80 are well known case of diabetes out of which 50 are diabetes with micro-angiopathy and rest 30 are diabetes without micro-angiopathy and other 20 are non-diabetes considered as normal healthy control. Result: Out of 50 cases of diabetes with micro-angiopathy 15 cases having retinopathy in which 67% males and 33?males and the mean glycosylated Hb level is 10.89% at beginning and 8.86?ter 3 months; 19 cases having retinopathy with nephropathy in which 63% were males and 37% were females the mean glycosylated Hb is 12.73% at beginning and 10.52?ter 3 months whereas 16 cases having nephropathy in which sex distribution was 63% males and 7?males and the mean glycosylated Hb is 11.76% at beginning and 8.39?ter 3 month. Conclusion: The three months follow up study showed a significant fail in HbA1C level in all groups of diabetes with and without microangiopathy. But it does not touch to normal level 4.7% of total Hb. Assessing Glycaemic control in diabetes with high glycosylated haemoglobin levels, concurrent fasting blood glucose level estimations are essential.
Anant Prasad, Mithilesh Kumar Singh, Glycosylated Hemoglobin In Cases Of Diabetes Mellitus With Microangiopathy, Int. J. in Pharm. Sci., 2023, Vol 1, Issue 9, 88-94. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8328309