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|Title: ||Presence of Cardiovascular Risk as Diabetes Mellitus Progresses|
|Authors: ||Chundusu, C.M.|
|Keywords: ||Diabetes duration|
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|Issue Date: ||2018|
|Publisher: ||Journal of Cardiac Disorders and TherapyIntroduction|
|Citation: ||Chundusu CM (2018) Presence of Cardiovascular Risk as Diabetes Mellitus Progress. J Card Disord Therapy 1: 105|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol. 1;No. 1; Pp 1-3|
|Abstract: ||Objectives: To assess the relative progression of various cardiovascular risk factors considering the duration of diabetes mellitus.
Method: One hundred and ninety asymptomatic people living with diabetes mellitus were evaluated considering time as at first diagnosis of DM irrespective of the initial care given. Cardiovascular risk factors were compared in 6 sub-grouping based on duration of diabetes mellitus.
Background: As individual lives with Diabetes Mellitus, the emergence and progression cardiovascular risks are relevant in the management of patients. While some appear early and last long some appear late and cause patients condition to deteriorate rapidly.
Results: Increasing duration of DM showed significant increase with left ventricular mass, uric acid and creatinine.
Conclusion: cardiovascular risk no doubt increases as the duration of DM increases and more so on the heart and the kidney.|
|Appears in Collections:||Medicine|
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