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A comparative analysis of insulin resistance among tribal and non-tribal population with Type 2 Diabetes using estimated glucose disposal rate


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Author Details : Bibekananda Modak, Bulbul Purkait, RN Maity

Volume : 3, Issue : 4, Year : 2016

Article Page : 363-367


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Abstract

Objectives: To compare the Insulin resistance among Type 2 Diabetics of the local tribal and nontribal population who are reporting to OPD of Midnapur Medical College and Hospital.

Method: This was a Unicentric, cross sectional, observational study.

Estimated Glucose disposal rate which is used to analyse Insulin resistance among Type 1 Diabetics, has been utilized for the same in type 2 Diabetics.

Result: A significantly larger proportion of male non-tribals had uncontrolled FPG (˃ 130 mg/dl), HbA1c (both ≥ 8.5% and ≥ 7%), estimated glucose disposal rate less than lower limit (i.e. ˂ 9 mg/kg/min) of the normal range, compared to the male tribals. Compared to the male tribals, a larger proportion of the male non-tribals had PPPG ≥ 180 mg/dl. A significantly larger proportion of female nontribals had uncontrolled PPPG, HbA1c and estimated glucose disposal rate less than lower limit of the normal range, compared to the female tribals. Compared to the female tribals, a larger proportion of the female non-tribals had uncontrolled FPG.

Conclusion: Tribal Population with Type 2 Diabetes showed better achievement of Treatment goal.


Keywords: Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus, Insulin Resistance, Estimated Glucose disposal rate

How to cite : Modak B, Purkait B, Maity R, A comparative analysis of insulin resistance among tribal and non-tribal population with Type 2 Diabetes using estimated glucose disposal rate. Int J Clin Biochem Res 2016;3(4):363-367

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