Cognitive Impairment and Memory Loss in Diabetes: A Myth or Reality

@article{Malik2019CognitiveIA,
  title={Cognitive Impairment and Memory Loss in Diabetes: A Myth or Reality},
  author={Madeeha Malik and Sidra Bi and Azhar Hussain},
  journal={Journal of Pharmacy Practice and Community Medicine},
  year={2019}
}
Diabetes itself might not be a risk factor but mismanagement and poor control of disease may lead to the problem. High blood glucose levels, elevated blood pressure, obesity and high cholesterol collectively lead to complications including decline in cognitive ability. The present study was designed to explore the factors effecting cognitive impairment and memory loss among diabetes patients in twin cities of Pakistan. A descriptive cross-sectional study design was used. A pre-validated data… 

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