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Risk assessment score of type 2 diabetes in population of patiala district of Punjab

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Rajinder Kaur, Ramandeep Kaur, Parneet Kaur, Arun Kumar Rawat, Tahseena Akhtar and Aadil Islam
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Diabetes, a fastest growing epidemic of 21st century is rapidly showing an increase in its incidence rate due to the impact of its risk factors. It is a common chronic disease resulting from a genetic-environment interaction along with other risk factors such as obesity, physical inactivity and age. Objectives: To assess the risk of type 2 diabetes in population of Patiala district of Punjab (India). Materials and Methods: The present study was conducted on 1500 subjects. Anthropometric parameters such as height, weight, waist circumference, BMI were assessed to fill up Type 2 diabetes risk assessment scale developed by Jaakko Tuomilehto, in 2003. Results: 1500 subjects comprising 573 (38.2%) males and 927 (61.8%) females were studied. More than 50% i.e. 53.2% subjects fall under low risk score (>7), 34.2% subjects fall under second category (7-11) which showed slightly elevated risk score. Only 6.53% subjects showed moderate risk score (12-14). 5.061% subjects estimated high risk score (15-20) and only 1% of subjects showed very high risk score (>20) towards T2D and their chances of getting disease is 1 in 2. Conclusion: The subjects who are overweight (BMI >30kg/m²) in the age groups 21-30 years and 61-70 years and physically inactive are at higher risk (>20) for the development of T2D. Waist circumference shows no correlation with the risk for T2D.

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