Atul Kumar1, Md. Izhar Alam2, Taskeen Ahmad Reza3, Shruti Sonal4, Kaushal Kumar Sinha5, Karan Bhargav6, Wasim Alam7
To evaluate the prevalence and microvascular complication of type 2 diabetes mellitus patients.
A detailed history, clinical examination and investigative procedure were used.
Pearson correlation coefficient, t-test and Fisher exact test were applied for statistical analysis. And P value was taken less than 0.05 for significant differences. Conclusions: Microvascular complication was more common in higher age group patients; its prevalence was 39%. And dyslipidaemia was present in 36% patients and, the most common pattern of dyslipidaemia was increased TG with reduced HDL–C with or without elevated LDL-C.