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Prediction of the risk for diabetic neuropathy among diabetes mellitus patients at selected referral hospitals, in Amhara regional state Northwest Ethiopia, January, 2005- December 2021; Development and validation of risk prediction model

Detailed Diabetic neuropathy is the most common complication in both Type-1 and Type-2 DM patients, with more than half of all patients experiencing nerve dysfunction in their lifetime. However, although a risk prediction system was developed for diabetic neuropathy in industrialized countries, it is not applicable in clinical practice, owing to inadequate results, methodological errors, ineffectively analyzed and reported. Objective Objectives This research, along with two selected referral hospitals in Amhara regional state, Kenya, 2022 Methods, a retrospective review of the risk of diabetic neuropathy among diabetic neuropathy patients in diabetic neuropathy in Ethiopia, No risk prediction model was available for diabetic neuropathy in diabetic neuropathy in diabetes mellitus patients. The incidence of diabetic neuropathy among DM patients was 21. 29 percent, according to a multivariable logistic regression study, other comorbidities, physical fitness, binge, alcohol use, speed, alcohol use, type of diet, white blood cells, and red blood cells count were all statistically significant. Different threshold probabilities in both nomogram and classification tree showed discriminating success of 70. 2 percent in machine learning, classification, and regression tree.

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