EPIDEMIOLOGY PATHOPHYSIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2
Author(s):
Shankar V. Pandhare, Bhimashankar S. Hucche, Shyamlila B. Bavage, Nandkishor B. Bavage
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Abstract
Globally, type 2 diabetes mellitus is a one of the most common diseases. Type 2 diabetes mellitus an is associated with the irreversible danger factors, for genetic, age, and ethnicity and reversible factors like physical activity, diet and smoking Type 2 diabetes mellitus is closely linked to the epidemic of obesity. people with Type 2 diabetes mellitus are at high risk for micro vascular complications [including nephropathy, retinopathy and neuropathy] and macro vascular complications [such as cardiovascular comorbidities] , due to hyperglycaemia and separate components of the insulin resistance syndrome. Environmental factors [e.g. physical inactivity, obesity and unhealthy diet] and hereditary variables add to the different pathophysiological unsettling influences that are liable for disabled glucose homeostasis in T2DM. Insulin resistance and impaired insulin secretion remain the deformities in T2DM, yet somewhere around six other pathophysiological irregularities add to the liberation of glucose digestion. The various pathogenesis aggravations present in T2DM dictate that multiple anti-diabetic agents, utilized in combination, will be needed to maintain norm glycaemia.
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Unique Paper ID: 152364

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 3

Page(s): 26 - 30
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