Does the tertiary health care for Type 2 diabetic patients can help to Meet the recommended glycemic targets

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02/4/2014 12:33 PM

Does the tertiary health care for Type 2 diabetic patients can help to Meet the recommended glycemic targets


Tawfeeq F. R. AL-Auqbi M.B, Ch.B FICMS
Ahmed A. A. AL-Sabbagh M.B, Ch.B FICMS
Aufaira Shaker D.M.T B. Sc M. Sc
Noor tha'ir Tahir Al-Khalidy B. Sc M. Sc


Abstract
 
Objectives: To study the effect of providing tertiary (specialized) health care for type 2 diabetic patients to meet the WHO and ADA standards and glycemic targets.
Method: Six months, Jan. – Jun. 2010, cohort study was conducted on 600 adult diabetics who registered in the National Diabetes Center (NDC) / Al-Mustansiriya University, Baghdad – Iraq. They were followed for 3- 6 months; each time patients were examined physically and their blood pressure, height, weight and BMI were measured. Fasting blood samples were taken from all patients to test the FPG, HbA1c, T.Chol, TG, HDL and LDL.



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