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Epidemiological survey of diabetes mellitus and associated diseases in Coimbatore zone

Author(s): G. Nagaraja Perumal* and S. Mohan

Diabetes mellitus is emerged as an important health problem in industrialized countries due to alcohol intake, tobacco smoking, spicy foods, life style changes and severe medical treatment and also affected some associated diseases such as vascular, cardiac, glomerolosis, albinuria, ulcer, IBS, zollinger elision syndrome, skin rashes, delayed wound healing, muscle weakness, hypertension, retinopathy, atherosclerotic, hyper lipidemic and fibrinolysis. Even though a range of modern day synthetic anti diabetic drugs are available for the treatment of diabetes mellitus but many of the drugs are completely can’t cure the diabetes mellitus but it can reduce the diabetes mellitus incidence and not yet to be control the associated diseases. In Coimbatore zone, more peoples are affected diabetes mellitus and associated with other diseases. Above specified place less number of clinical literatures are available. The World Health Organization has proposed some indication about DM will be the 7th leading cause of death in 2030 and it will double between 2005 and 2030. In our study carried out, we were collected 500 patients and found Type-I (190) and Type-II (210) and others (110) patients. The epidemiological studies have been demonstrated that the prevalence of diabetes mellitus was indicated males (53.4%) when compared to females (46.6%). The age distribution results have been expressed that the adult age group of diabetes mellitus were more when compared to each other age group of patients. The married patients were affected for more diabetes mellitus (99%) when compared to unmarried statistics. The diabetes mellitus coordinated diseases report has been suggested that the renal failure (13%) patients were very less percentage in Coimbatore area when compared to hypertension (54%), inflammatory disease (15%), asthma (10%) and cardiovascular disease. Finally physician drug prescriptions have been indicated that the diabetes mellitus coordinated renal failure for γ- peroxisome proliferator-activated receptors (PPARs) agonist drugs with the combination of adrenergic receptor blocking agents, calcium channel blocker and thiazide diuretics. The hypertension coordinated diabetes mellitus Patient prescriptions have been expressed for beta blocker in combination with ACE inhibitors, thiazide diuretics and alpha glycosidase inhibitors. On study result revealed that the doctor and pharmacist became high status in this world and which will be useful for reduce the diabetes prevalence on 2030 and improving the health of the communities, which they lived