Diabetes

Diabetics prey to heart attacks

 Diabetic patients are advised to aggressively control their blood sugar levels, failing which diabetic dyslipidemia could cause health complications. (Representational image)
Diabetic patients are advised to aggressively control their blood sugar levels, failing which diabetic dyslipidemia could cause health complications. (Representational image)

Hyderabad: Diabetic Dyslipidemia has been recognised as the most important risk factor for cardiovascular diseases in type 2 diabetic patients. It was found that 97 per cent of the patients had abnormalities in at least one plasma lipid level in a study conducted by Vaagdevi College of Pharmacy in Warangal, featuring 108 diabetic patients.

The HbA1c test, i.e. regulated hemoglobin, is normally conducted to understand average blood sugar levels. The study concluded that patients in good glycemic group (HbA1c<7%)…