Research in Medicine :
Prevalence Of Type-II Diabetes Mellitus In Sirte, Libya
9th Diabetologist Conference June 06-08, 2016, Dallas, USA
- M.V.Raghavendra Rao (Research Director, Avalon Faculty)
- Meka Balaramiah (Research Director, Avalon Faculty)
- Surya Teja Chinta (Avalon Student)
- Bijjam Laxmi Sri Harika Reddy (Avalon Student)
- Priyanka Patey (Avalon Student)
- Navyasree Battula (Avalon Student)
- Dileep Baki (Avalon Student)
- Subramanyam Tammineni (Avalon Student)
- Dora Vijaya Baskara (Avalon Student)
- Poojasree Godba (Avalon Student)
Research in Medicine
This research publication was completed by our hard working students and research directors of Avalon University School of medicine/ This study based on diabetic patients followed up regularly in diabetic care centre, Sirte. Libya.
This study based on diabetic patients followed up regularly in diabetic care centre, Sirte. Libya. Total population of Sirte was 193, 720: Out of which 12, 867 (6.64%) were diabetic. Among them 3, 849 (4.43%) were males and 9, 018 (10.14%) were females. The mean age was 35.4 ranged. Among the total population 9, 181 (71.4%) were Type-II diabetics, out of which obese sub type was 83.28%. If the patients, as well as the health care system do not take this disease seriously, devastating complications, sequel would result in significant morbidity, mortality and would impose a great financial burden on the health care system. Hence it is mandatory to find the means and methods to curb them.
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