K. Murugan, D.K. Shrivastava, S.K.B. Patil, Lanjhiyana Sweety, Garabadu Debapriya, Ahirwar Bharti and Lanjhiyana Sanjay Kumar
In Chhattisgarh region of India, diabetic cases have not yet been systematically identified. Therefore, the role of Glycosylated hemoglobin in diabetes with obesity in Chhattishgarh was studied. 160 diabetic patients have participated in our study and it was completed the period of 2007-2009. The overall mean values have been determined for 20 diabetic patients in the period of two years including 20 control patients values were subjected for statistical analysis. The blood samples were collected from both male and female subjects belonging to different economic groups, different dwellings, and different professions. Estimation of various biochemical parameters were done in the samples collected. Efforts were made to establish a correlation between the above and glycosylated hemoglobin on the basis of the results obtained. The present study of the diabetes associated obesity leads to conclusion that a good glycemic control would be the useful tool to prevent the possibilities of development of diabetes associated obesity. In conclusion, monitoring HbA1c level is an easy, cost effectiveness and less time consuming method for assessing diabetes as well as diabetes associated obesity.