Evaluation of Some Inflammatory Markers with Calcium Status in the Blood for Diabetic Patients in Al- Samawa City

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12/5/2014 11:29 AM

Evaluation of Some Inflammatory Markers with Calcium Status in the Blood for Diabetic Patients in Al- Samawa City



Habeba K. Abdulsada( Department of Chemistry,College of Science, University of Al-Mothana)


Abstract

Background: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a group of metabolic diseases characterized by hyperglycemia resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action or both. The chronic hyperglycemia of diabetes is associated with long-term damage and dysfunction of kidneys, nerves, heart, and blood vessels.
Materials& Methods: colorimetric analysis had been applied for glucose concentration, ALP, Ca, CRP test as well as ESR*.
Results& Conclusions: There is a significant increase in (glucose, ESR, ALP) level in diabetic patients as compared to the control group (P< 0.0001), but no significant difference in (Ca and CRP levels) in diabetic patients as compared to the control group.There is a significant increase difference between (type1& type 2) diabetic patients & control group in (Glucose and ALP level). There is no significant difference between patients with type1& type 2 in (Glucose, ESR, ALP, Ca, CRP levels). There is no significant correlation between (Glucose, ESR, ALP, Ca, CRP level) between patients duration (<5) & duration (5– 10) years.
There is a significant positive correlation between (Glucose, ESR, Ca, CRP level) in diabetic patients with duration of the disease (duration <5) &( duration >10) years, there is a weak significant positive correlation in (Glucose, ESR, CRP level) in diabetic patients with duration of the disease between patients (duration 5- 10)& (duration >10) years. Also a significant positive correlation between (Ca level) in diabetic patients with duration of the disease between patients (duration 5- 10)& (duration >10) years.
Key words: Inflammatory Markers, Calcium Status, Blood,Diabetic Patients.



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