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Last Updated: 09 August 2022

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ROLE OF QT INDICES AS AN EARLY INDICATOR OF CARDIAC AUTONOMIC NEUROPATHY IN DIABETES MELLITUS PATIENTS

Introduction: Cardiovascular Autonomic Neuropathy is one of the more frequent problems of long-standing diabetes. It's easy to calculate QT interval and its indices in diabetic patients and their Objectives: a correlation with CAN. A cross-sectional study was conducted on 150 diabetic patients in SRG Hospital byMethodology's OPD and IPD: using random sampling methods and collecting informed consent. BMI was more than five years old, with 56 percent patients from less than results: 46-60 years, 57% patients, and 52 percent from less than results: 6,6 years ago, averaging of diabetes was 8. 35 years. Both grade I and grade 0 were 39. 73. 23 and 425. 08 respectively, with some rising with the grade of CAN. This QTc in grade I was 38. 93. 39 and 43. 36. 39. 09 u00b116. 08, u00b111. 08, QTd in grade 0 was 490. 23 u00b111. 08, class I was 490. 36. 39, u00b111. 08 and in grade u00b114. Longer duration of diabetes was correlated with higherConclusion: grading of CAN and higher grading of CAN was associated with higher quality of QTc and QTd.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36106/ijar/5804670


The Relationship between QT Interval Indices with Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in Diabetic Patients- A casecontrol_ study

In type 2 diabetic patients, the association between cardiac autonomic neuropathy and QT indices was investigated. QTc > 440 msec in males and QTc > 0. 46 msec in women, and QTc > 76 msec in women and QTc > 0. 46 msec in women were deemed abnormal, while QTc > 80 msec were considered abnormal. In terms of long QTc and abnormal QTd, there was no significant difference between the patients with or without CAN. Nevertheless, the mean u00b1 SD of QT max, QT's mean, and QTd was higher in the patients with CAN patients than in those with CAN. According to the cutoff points 380 and 550 msec respectively, T2DM patients using QTc and QTd as a screening test for CAN in T2DM patients. Conclusion: The prevalence of asymptomatic CAN was 3. 7 times higher than that of symptomatic CAN. There was no correlation between CAN and long QTc and abnormal QTd in patients with CAN QT max, QT mean, and QTd were higher than those without CAN.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-47922/v2


The Relationship between QT Interval Indices with Cardiac Autonomic Neuropathy in Diabetic Patients

paraphrasedoutput:Methods Totally 130 diabetic patients were included in the study. The relationship between cardiac autonomic neuropathy and QT indices in diabetic patients was investigated. paraphrasedoutput:MessIttC> 440 msec in men and QTc > 0. 46 msec in women, and QTc> 0. 46 msec in women and QTc > 0. 46 msec in women and QTc > 0. 46 msec in women and QTc> 0. 6 msec were deemed abnormal, while QTc> 0. 46 msec in women and QTc> 0. 46 msec in women and QTc asymptomatic According to 11. 3% and 28. 7%, respectively, the prevalence of abnormal QTc and QTd was 11. 3% and 28. 7%. In terms of long QTc and abnormal QTd, there was no significant difference between the patients with or without CAN. However, the prevalence of symptomatic CAN exceeds that of symptomatic CAN was twice higher in the patients with CAN compared to symptomatic CAN. The QT maximum, QT mean, and QTd were higher in patients with CAN's QTmax, QT mean, and QTd were higher than those without CAN.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-47922/v1

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