alexa Abstract | Prevalence of Co-morbidities in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patients, the Awareness Level and the Impact of Pharmacists Patient Education Program


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Abstract

Diabetes mellitus, it is a very dangerous non communicable disease which results in the death of millions usually in the developed countries. Diabetes mellitus along with the co-morbidities has been reported as the fifth leading cause of death, and the studies show that most often the developed countries where the people are less bothered about their food habits are most affected. There are 3 main types of diabetes: Type I, Type II, and Gestational diabetes mellitus. Type II is the most common form of diabetes and accounts for 90 to 95% of Diabetes cases. Chronic hyperglycemia without proper management can also lead to various short term and long term secondary complications, both of small and big, vascular nature which may be determined as the main cause of mortality and morbidity in type 2 diabetic patients all over the world. The study conducted strictly observed the diabetes affected people in a particular area and the co-morbidities were studied in a very detailed and elaborate manner and a pharmacist counseling and education program was conducted for the patients the statistical reports about studies clearly says that the program and studies had a positive effect on the co-morbidities and other factors like HbA1c level, etc.

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Author(s): Mohammed Rashid .KM, A. Anandhasayanam, S. Kannan, Manohar SD Noon

Keywords

Co-morbidity, diabetes mellitus, HbA1c level, hyperglycemia, pharmacist patient counseling, Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice,Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice

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