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International Journal of Advanced Chemistry Research

Vol. 6, Issue 1, Part B (2024)

Prevalence of magnesium deficiency in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus from infection over 10 years in Iraq, Al-Diwaniyah city

Author(s):

Ahmed Kareem Thamer

Abstract:

Purpose: This study aims to evaluate the serum magnesium levels and dietary magnesium intake in patients diagnosed with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) for over 10 years, as well as in their healthy counterparts. In addition, a study was conducted to identify the most effective criteria for predicting changes in metabolic regulation and serum magnesium levels.
Materials and Methods: A series of clinical examinations were performed on a total of sixty individuals diagnosed with diabetes between January 2024 and April 2024 at Al-Diwaniyah General Hospital. The diagnosis is established via a clinical examination. A total of 35 individuals who were in good health and did not have any medical conditions were selected as the control group.
Results: An evaluation was conducted to investigate the impact of Magnesium symbols on diabetic patients with type 2 diabetes. Table with three items Figure 3 displays the average ± standard deviation (SD) of serum Magnesium levels, measured in mg/dl, in both normal control subjects and type 2 diabetic patients. The figure also includes the biostatistical calculation and the results of the student t-test. Diabetic patients with type 2 diabetes show a considerable drop in serum Magnesium levels compared to the control group. (p<0.0001)
Conclusion: A groundbreaking study was conducted in AL-Diwaniyah to examine the different forms of serum glucose and their impact on patients with type 2 diabetes. The study included a total of 60 patients, with 30 females and 30 males, aged between 35 and 66 years. Additionally, 35 individuals without diabetes were included as normal healthy controls, consisting of 23 females and 17 males, aged between 45 and 65 years.
The subsequent variables were quantified: Glucose and magnesium (Mg+2) tests. The data acquired in this investigation demonstrated.
There was a substantial rise in the levels of glucose in the blood, when compared to those of the healthy individuals in the control group. There is a notable reduction in serum magnesium levels compared to those of the healthy controls, and there is no noticeable difference in magnesium levels between male and female diabetic patients.
 

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International Journal of Advanced Chemistry Research
How to cite this article:
Ahmed Kareem Thamer. Prevalence of magnesium deficiency in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus from infection over 10 years in Iraq, Al-Diwaniyah city. Int. J. Adv. Chem. Res. 2024;6(1):156-159. DOI: 10.33545/26646781.2024.v6.i1b.184
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