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2021, Vol. 3, Issue 2, Part C

To evaluate the which developed first diabetes mellitus or thyroid dysfunction (Thyrobetes) in JNU Hospital, Jaipur


Author(s): Dr. Madhumati Varma and Dr. Jaswant Goyal

Abstract: Introduction: Now a days Diabetes Mellitus has highest prevalence rate in India and thyroid disease also increasing due to influence life style changes. Both endocrine diseases and thyroid problem are interlinked and effect each other as glucose high in blood which influence by insulin resistant and increase TSH level in pituitary gland feedback system due to low function of thyroid hormone secretion. When hypothyroidism glucose release from liver and dyslipidemia finally insulin resistant and causes type 2 diabetes and tis influence hypothyroidism. So, need to control both.
Objective of study: To define interrelation of factors responsible for interlink between diabetes and thyroid disease development.
Method and methodology: This study evaluates duration diseases of thyroid and diabetes with basic analysis like glucose, TSH Hba1c, lipid profile etc. and data analyses in excel software done, found diabetic develop first in highest prevalence followed by metabolic changes develops hypothyroidisms, second highest hypothyroidism and vise versa in “thyrobetes”. There were total thyrobetes 10.7% and DM type 2 52%, hypothyroidism 49%. P was significant <0.02.
Conclusion: There should be very necessary to make policies to evaluate Diabetic patients with periodically thyroid function test, and thyroid patient evaluate glucose level vise versa so on time controlled both diseases.


DOI: 10.22271/27069567.2021.v3.i2c.226

Pages: 130-132 | Views: 63 | Downloads: 35

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How to cite this article:
Dr. Madhumati Varma, Dr. Jaswant Goyal. To evaluate the which developed first diabetes mellitus or thyroid dysfunction (Thyrobetes) in JNU Hospital, Jaipur. Int J Adv Res Med 2021;3(2):130-132. DOI: 10.22271/27069567.2021.v3.i2c.226
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