Nzambi Passi AliceAbidjan, Ivory Coast
Title: Biochemical and Hematological Profiles of Type 2 Diabetics Living with HIV in Ivory Coast
Many interactions of HIV-associated diabetes are known to cause serious complications and high mortality in patients. Added to this, management and care difficulties, especially after the onset of complications These interactions being at several levels of the organism, we were interested in the biochemical and hematological profiles We selected 100 HIV-positive diabetic patients and 160 HIV-uninfected diabetics, aged over 18 years. Blood glucose, glycated hemoglobin, creatinine, total cholesterol, HDL-Cholesterol, LDL-Cholesterol, triglycerides, magnesium, phosphorus, urea, uric acid, cystatin C, and blood counts was measured.
The results showed hyperglycemia in both groups The respective values of cystatin C, magnesium and phosphorus in DT/HIV+ (0.66±0.38; 22.64±5.72; 39.49±9.66 mg/l) were significantly (p=0.000 <0.05) higher than those of DT/HIV- group (0.30± 0.18;20.11±4.63;35.81±4.51mg/l). Hematological parameters such as red blood cells, hemoglobin, hematocrit, lymphocytes, basophils of DT/HIV+ were significantly lower than those of DT/HIV-. MCV, TCMH and platelets of DT/HIV+ were significantly higher than those of DT/HIV-.
These data showed a poor glycemic control and a disturbance of the hematological profile on several parameters in HIV-positive diabetic patients
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