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Swati Shekhawat, Dr. Swati Yadav
» doi: 10.31838/ecb/2023.12.si6.014


The researchers wanted to see how people with type 2 diabetes fared against healthy controls of a comparable age in terms of their risk for cardiovascular disease and stroke. Increased HbA1c, newlines, homocysteine malondialdehyde, microalbuminuria, and decreased eGFR newline appear to increase the risk of cardiovascular disease and stroke in people with T2DM. It was also concluded that inflammation may play a role in the development of CVD/stroke in diabetic patients. T2DM patients' biochemical indicators must be evaluated for risk assessment of diabetes complications. The rising global incidence of new-onset T2DM may lead to an increase in the prevalence of cardiovascular disease and new-onset stroke among patients with T2DM. newline Regularly checking biochemical indicators in the blood and urine of newly diagnosed diabetics may be a crucial newline step in assisting these patients in avoiding or delaying the onset of cardiovascular disease. Biochemical indicators in type 2 diabetes new-onset patients were not correlated with LPL PvuII and MTHFR newlineC677T gene polymorphism data, however this could have been due to the study's small sample size. Conclusive proof may not be accessible until after extensive, randomised clinical trials of modern treatments are carried out.

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