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Tripathi P, Mishra M, Amresh Gautam K, Jain A, Agarwal S. Assessment of Vitamin D3 Levels and Metabolic Profile in Pre-diabetic and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Patient of Kanpur City- A Cross Sectional Study. IJDO. 2020; 12 (1) :1-6
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Assistant professor, Department of Biochemistry, GSVM Medical College, Kanpur.
Abstract:   (784 Views)
Objective: It has been explored that Vitamin D play role in various non-skeletal disorders including Diabetes Mellitus. The present study was designed with the aim to assess association among control, pre-diabetic and diabetic with vitamin D and association between lipid profile and vitamin D.
Materials and Methods: A total of 109 subjects were recruited for the cross-sectional study including 37 as control, 41 pre-diabetic and 31 diabetic. A clinical examination was done for all the groups including fasting samples (12hrs) for lipid parameters, serum 25 (OH) vitamin D level and (HbA1/C).
Results: It was found that in control subjects 37.9% have the sufficient vitamin D3 level whereas 17.1% subjects in pre-diabetic, 16.6% in diabetic with good glycemic control and no subject was found to have sufficient vitamin D3 level in diabetic with poor glycemic control. The mean vitamin D3 levels was highest in control i.e. -26.53±11.99 ng/ml followed by 20.23±4.12ng/ml in pre-diabetics,19.07±8.01ng/ml in diabetics with good glycemic control and 12.92±6.77ng/ml in diabetics with poor glycemic control. HBA1/c and serum vitamin D3level share a significant association (P-value< 0.01).Total cholesterol (P-value< 0.0), serum triglyceride (P-value< 0.01), serum LDL cholesterol (P-value< 0.01) and serum VLDL (P-value< 0.01) had inverse association with vitamin D levels. HDL cholesterol has no effect with vitamin D.
Conclusion: The present study showed vitamin D3 deficiency as a risk factor for worsening glycemic control and dyslipidemia.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/07/2 | Accepted: 2020/07/2 | Published: 2020/07/2

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