International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Biochemistry Science | Iraq | Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016 | Rating: 6.3 / 10

Study Effect of Blood Glucose Level on Renal Failure in Peoples Suffering from Diabetes

A.L Basim M. Ali

Abstract: This study was accompanied in AL-Emam AL-Sajjsd hospital in al najaf al ashraf city through the period from May 2015 to September 2015. To evaluate serum lipid profile, albumin and Hb in patients, it involved 77 patients, 53 male and 24 females patients, their range of age from 21 to 65 years. The patient was identified as suffering (renal failure caused by diabetic) for both gender based on the history, clinical analysis test for renal function and DM. The control groups were 50, they were collected from medical staff and relatives who were free of kidney disease, diabetes and hypertension. number of men is thirty and twenty women, the ages range btween twenty-two and sixty-six years. The samples of blood were take from the case (8-12) hours after night fasting, One of the most important causes that cause renal failure is diabetes by causing hurt to blood vessels in the organ (kidney) the units of filtering in the kidney are filled with small blood vessels. For along time, high glucose levels in the blood can cause narrow and clogged. the changes in parameters btween the levels in both male and female patients and their control, a positive significant change in (Uric acid, Blood glucose{Sugar}, Urea, Creatinine, K, PO4, GOT, GPT, Iron, Ferretin, TIBC, UIBC, TS %, ETIBS) levels of male patients as compared with the control group, the same table states to negatively significant changing in levels of (Ca, Alb, Hb, PCV) in the tow gender patients with renal failure as paralleled with group of control. just one item shows on significant change the item is Na when we compared with their control group. the effect of high blood sugar levels leads to many complications in vital human. there are no direct relationship between high blood sugar and diabetes on the hand versus the low level of hemoglobin or high level iron status on the other hand

Keywords: Renal failure, Diabetes mellitus, hyperglycaemia, Iron status, Hemoglobin

Edition: Volume 5 Issue 5, May 2016,

Pages: 2033 - 2038

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