Arshad Parvez

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BACKGROUND Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a metabolic disorder characterised by chronic hyperglycaemia with disturbances in carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism arising from defect in insulin secretion or action or both. The clinical guidelines recommend measurement of BMI as "vital signs" for evaluating the obese and diabetic patients. METHODS This study(More)
BACKGROUND Both hepatitis B and C are common infections affecting masses and are leading causes of Chronic Liver Disease in Pakistan as well as worldwide. In majority of cases both viral diseases spread by factors that are preventable. The present study is conducted to determine the identifiable risk factors in patients admitted with Chronic Hepatitis B and(More)
A pilot study was undertaken to assess the pattern of diseases, fatality and some other ratios among the patients treated at District Headquarters Hospital, Faisalabad during 1984. Out of 4,506 in-patients, maximum admissions 1,196 (26.54%) were of gastrointestinal diseases followed by 795 (17.64%) cases of injuries. Overall fatality was found to be 6.35%.(More)
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