International Journal of Clinical Biochemistry and Research

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Yuvraj Badhe, Chaitanya Bhujbal, Mohak Tilokchandani, Shilpa A Pratinidhi*


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Study of serum magnesium levels and its correlation with glycemic status in type II diabetes patients


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Author Details : Yuvraj Badhe, Chaitanya Bhujbal, Mohak Tilokchandani, Shilpa A Pratinidhi*

Volume : 8, Issue : 4, Year : 2021

Article Page : 294-296

https://doi.org/10.18231/j.ijcbr.2021.063



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Abstract

Introduction: Magnesium is most important and vital element of body. It needs to be supplemented adequately. It plays a vital role in insulin secretion, insulin binding and homeostasis. When Serum Magnesium is adequate, the glycemic control is better and HbA1c values will fall, thus proving that serum magnesium plays a major role in glycemic control. It is now established that diabetes can by itself induce hypomagnesemia and hypomagnesemia can in turn induce onset or worsen diabetes mellitus.
Materials and Methods : A cross-sectional study was conducted in 48 diagnosed cases of type II diabetes mellitus. This study was planned to study if any correlation exists between the level of Serum Magnesium and HbA1C in diagnosed Type II diabetics.
Results: The correlation between the two parameters was not found to be statistically significant.
Limitations: Owing to COVID-19 restrictions history regarding the duration of disease, the dietary history of the participants could not be obtained
Conclusion: Serum magnesium does not bear a constant relationship with the diabetic control according to the findings of the current study and detailed studies including multi-parametric analysis along with duration of diabetes is required.
 

Keywords: Magnesium, HbA1C, Diabetes.


How to cite : Badhe Y, Bhujbal C, Tilokchandani M, Pratinidhi S A, Study of serum magnesium levels and its correlation with glycemic status in type II diabetes patients. Int J Clin Biochem Res 2021;8(4):294-296

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