Glycated Hemoglobin Level is Significantly Associated with The Severity of Ischemic Stroke in Libyan Non-Diabetic and Diabetic Patients | Biomed GridJournal: American Journal of Biomedical Science & Research (Vol.1, No. 6)
Publication Date: 2019-05-02
Authors : Asgad A Abdalgbar; Hanan GK Altalhi;
Page : 237-240
Keywords : Hemoglobin A1c; Stroke; Diabetes mellitus; Brain – CT; Biomed Grid;
Background: Diabetes is metabolic disorder that lead to atherosclerosis which could lead to vascular accident like acute ischemic stroke. To formulate effective preventive measures, it's important to understand the impact of glycemic status on the severity of acute ischemic stroke in adult type II diabetic patient. Aim of study: Study to analyze the role of HbA1c level on the severity of acute ischemic stroke in adult over 39-year diabetic type II Libyan patients. Patients and methods: This is case control study of 40 subjects with acute ischemic stroke and diabetes type II (case subjects) were categorized in to 2 sub-groups based on HbA1c level at time of admission with acute ischemic stroke, patients with diabetes and acute ischemic stroke with good glycemic control (<7HbA1c) and patient with acute ischemic stroke and diabetes with poor glycemic control (>7HbA1c). 40 acute ischemic stroke patients without diabetes as controls, the diagnosis of cerebral infarction was confirmed by brain - CT scan. Neurological impairment was evaluated using the National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS). All subjects have blood hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c) measured at admission.
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