Dyslipidemia in diabetes patient is responsible for developing nephritic syndrome with increasing ages, a survey based cross sectional study.

@inproceedings{Roy2016DyslipidemiaID,
  title={Dyslipidemia in diabetes patient is responsible for developing nephritic syndrome with increasing ages, a survey based cross sectional study.},
  author={Debendra Nath Roy and Debashish Mondol and Md. Rafiqul Islam and Sonchita Biswas and Samiron Sana},
  year={2016}
}
Objectives: The objective of this study was to evaluate the level of lipid profile and serum creatinine in patients with diabetes mellitus to correlate the lipid profile abnormalities with serum creatinine levels in diabetic patients. Methods: This cross sectional health survey was carried out with a self-designed standard questionnaire by manual data collection over a six months period (12.09.2015 to 10.04.2016) at three adjacent cities Jessore Sadar, Jhikargacha and Chowgacha upazila… CONTINUE READING

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