ANALYSIS & INTERPRETATION OF PREVALENCE OF PREDIABETES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO COIMBATORE
The Diabetes Mellitus patients glucose level alteration results were shown to few extent increased Glucose level with Diabetes Mellitus (18.7 Â± 0.0), Type-I Diabetes Mellitus (74.5 Â± 2.74), T-II Diabetes MellitusÂ (76.9 Â± 7.88) when make comparisonÂ with regular wellÂ fit volunteer (123.7 Â± 1.953) &Â 40-50 years age groups of the patients were higher prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus (553 Numbers & 36.9 %). Non Vegetarian are exaggerated more numbers & percentage of Diabetes Mellitus (542 Numbers & 36.1 %) when compare to Vegetarian (958 Numbers & 63.9 %) & also prominently affected DM with professional workers (540 Numbers & 36 %).Â Comparatively 80-100 Kgs body weight of Diabetes Mellitus patientâ€™s prevalence increased in Coimbatore zone. In Coimbatore zone T-I DM (470 Numbers & 31.3 %) Patients prevalence were more T-II Diabetes Mellitus Patients (396 Numbers & 26.4 %) & non smokers were very less (544 Numbers & 36.3 %). The result of inpatients indicated that theT-I Diabetes Mellitus prescriptions (228 Numbers & 15.2%) were more & also out patients of Tâ€“II Diabetes Mellitus prescription (788 Numbers & 52.5%) were more (290 Numbers & 19.4%). The T-I DM proportional statement indicated Diabetes Mellitus associated Hyperlipidemic (38 Numbers & 4.8 %), patientâ€™s prevalence was more & also prescribed Poly therapy prescriptions (1155 Numbers & 77 %). The results of prescribed tablet formulations were present in more numbers in the prescriptions when compared to other formulations.
Keywords: Diabetes mellitus, glucose, type I patients, type II patients.
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