Assessment of Lipid Profile in Non-Diabetic and Diabetic patients with Ischemic Heart Disease

Tuba Shahid Chaudhry, Zain ul abideen, Alia ` Sarwar

Abstract


Objective: The main aim of this study was to assess the lipid profile in non-diabetic and diabetic patients who were suffering from ischemic heart disease.

Place and Duration of Study: This study was completed in a duration of 6 months from June 2019 to November 2019 in medical units of General hospital Lahore.

Material and Methods: This cross sectional study consisted of 100 patients which were included in this study after informed consent. Patients of both genders were selected randomly and randomized sampling technique was used to collect the data. Diabetics and non-diabetics were classified into two groups. Among the non-diabetics and diabetics, patients who were having atherosclerotic disease were included in this study. Data was collected using carefully designed proforma and information regarding age, gender, clinical signs and symptoms and other relatable information was obtained. Necessary investigations like CBC and lipid profile were carried out. Hospital ethical committee approval was taken.

Results: A total of 100 patients were included in this study and then they were classified into three groups depending upon the health. 1st group was normal who had no disease, 2nd group had patients who had atherosclerosis and diabetes (DA) and 3rd group included patients who were non-diabetics and had atherosclerosis (NA). Despite the fact that patients were using statins to low cholesterol levels, their apolipoprotein Lp(a) levels were greater than 45mg/dl and a little difference was present in males and females. Average low density lipoproteins and total cholesterol levels were within normal value despite the fact that apolipoproteins were higher than 30mg/dl or 25mg/dl (recommended values).

Conclusion: It is concluded from our study that lipid profiles must be checked regularly in diabetic and non-diabetic patients who also have atherosclerosis to reduce the risk of cardiovascular diseases. 


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Cardiovascular diseases, lipids,

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