The present study was carried out to assess the renal complication in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus patient in Durg District Chhattisgarh. Blood samples were collected in EDTA vial. Serum was separated by centrifugation at 3000rpm for 10 min. Fasting glucose, insulin level and other biochemical parameters were measured in plasma. Plasma glucose was measured by Glucose Oxidase Peroxidase (GOD-POD) method. Total protein and albumin concentrations were estimated by direct Biuret method. Glucose, total protein and albumin were estimated using reagent kit from Agappe Diagnostic (Kerala, India), for HbA1c colorimetric method. Urine samples were collected for estimation of microalbumin, urine creatinine and routine urine analysis. Of the 200 screened subjects, 150 Type 2 Diabetic eligible subjects were enrolled out of which 46% were females. The mean age was 49.81 years with a mean body mass index of 27.3 ±4.8 kg/m2.We have prepared three group, group A Type 2 Diabetic patient without renal complication, group B Type 2 Diabetic patient with renal complication & group C Type 2 Diabetic patient with high renal complication and then we can compare between group A and B so we found that p-value of creatinine was .32848. The result was not significant at p < .05. But HbA1c, Microalbumin and (ABS) Average blood sugar were significant at P <.05 and then we can compare group A & C here P value of creatinine was < .00001. The result was significant at p < .05. As well as HbA1c, Microalbumin and Average blood sugar was more significant. In our study a strong correlation between creatinine and HbA1c was observed the level of creatinine was also significantly associated. This study reported awareness of renal complications in Type 2 diabetic patient of Durg district (CG).
Jitendra Kumar, Ashis Kumar Sarkar, Manish Chandra Mishra, Ruchir Jain. Assessment of renal complication in Type 2 diabetes mellitus patient in durg district Chhattisgarh. International Journal of Medical and Health Research, Volume 6, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 103-106