Analysis of correlation between partial biochemical indexes and chronic complications in diabetics
Dang Le;Department of Endocrinology, The First People's Hospital of Xianyang City;
Objective To analyze the correlation between partial biochemical indexes and chronic complications in type 2diabetics to provide reference for clinical prevention of chronic complications in type 2 diabetics. Methods A total of 1,102 type 2diabetics admitted to our hospital were selected in order to collect their body mass index(BMI), triglyceride(TG), low density lipoprotein(LDL-C), high density lipoprotein(HDL-C), glycosylated hemoglobin(Hb Alc) and chronic complications for statistical analysis of such correlation. Results When known confounding factors were corrected, diabetic great vascular complications were closely related to Hb Alc(OR=2.940,95% CI:1.309-3.077), LDL-C(OR=0.568,95% CI:0.366-0.883) and BMI(OR=0.402,95% CI:0.276-0.768);diabetic nephropathy to TG(OR =1.127,95% CI:1.039-1.223) and Hb Alc(OR =0.994,95% CI:0.896-0.966); diabetic retinopathy to Hb Alc(OR=1.591,95% CI:1.226-2.066); diabetic peripheral neuropathy to Hb Alc(OR=1.138,95% CI:1.011-1.280); diabetic foot to TG(OR=1.011,95% CI:1.002-1.020) and HDL(OR=0.362,95% CI:0.204-0.642); however, diabetic autonomic neuropathy was not closely related to biochemical indexes. Conclusion Various diabetic chronic complications are related to abnormal biochemical indexes to some degree. Therefore, the monitoring of the biochemical indexes of diabetics should be strengthened to timely find out and handle the signs of complications in order to further prevent or delay the occurrence of severe complications.
【CateGory Index】： R587.2