Studies on Food Habits of Calcium Urolithiasis Patients in Kishanganj District in Bihar, IndiaJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.9, No. 11)
Publication Date: 2020-11-05
Authors : Nilam Kumari; Naresh Kumar;
Page : 292-296
Keywords : Urolithiasis; Somatic status; Biochemical profile; Food habits; Nutrient intake;
This research paper is based on the observation and study of patients with Calcium Urolithiasis commonly known as Kidney Stone. The patient lifestyle, surroundings, food, and dietary habits of those who are regularly visiting major Mysore City hospitals have observed. The average age of people affected by this disease was above 20 years. More men of younger age groups are largely affected. The patient infected with this disease was found to have some series of problems like urine infection, difficulty to urinate, and plain in that region. Some parameters of this disease were considered to be in the normal range for the majority of cases like Somatic assessment, Urea creatinine, and other biochemical disorder. Some people commonly affected by this disease were agricultural laborers where their food habits were considered to be quite improper, and the intake of leafy green vegetables and fruits was low. As well as consumption of energies was lower than Recommended Dietary Allowances. Concentration of people affected by this disease in different geographical areas and the risk involved must be analyzed.
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