Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Mellitus In Low and Middle Income Countries

@inproceedings{Rastogi2011PreventionOC,
  title={Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease and Diabetes Mellitus In Low and Middle Income Countries},
  author={Sharad Rastogi and Ram B. Singh and Nirmal Kumar Singh and Syed Mahboob Alam and Riponjot Singh and Krishna Kant Tripathi and Ritesh Kumar Srivastav and S. K. Vajpeyee and H. K. Gupta and Vignesh Muthusamy and Rajiv Goyal and M. E. Yeolekar and Adarsh Kumar and Nirankar Singh Neki and Gurmukh S Sainani and V. Shantaram and Daniel Pella and J{\'a}n Feda{\vc}ko and Fabien De Meester and Tapan Kumar Basu and Surya N. Acharya and Lech Ozimek},
  year={2011}
}
Hyperglycemia as a component of metabolic syndrome, appears to be an important risk marker of vascular disease in most developing countries which are under transition from poverty to affluence. Despite a moderate increase in fat intake and low rates of obesity, the risk of coronary artery disease (CAD) and diabetes is rapidly increasing in most of the developing economies. It is a paradox that in some of these countries the increased risk of people to diabetes and CAD, especially at a younger… CONTINUE READING

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