Impact of Diabetes on Ischemic and Hemorrhagic Stroke

Khushboo Rathore, Dr. Raghuveer Choudhary, Dr. Kamla Choudhary, Dr. Kumari Nirja, Dr. Bhawna Shekhawat
2020 Scholars Journal of Applied Medical Sciences  
Original Research Article Stroke is the major cause of mortality and morbidity both in the developed and developing countries worldwide. We examined the impact of diabetes among ischemic and hemorrhagic stroke patients. Data from 100 consecutive patients with ischemic (72%) and hemorrhagic (28%) stroke were analyzed. Patients were classified into four categories ischemic and diabetic, ischemic and non-diabetic, hemorrhagic and diabetic, hemorrhagic and non-diabetic. Diabetes is an important
more » ... is an important risk factor associated with stroke. In the present study, only 21% of studied subjects were diabetic. While the majority that is 79% were non-diabetic. There was difference in sex wise distribution of diabetic status. Proportion of females having diabetes was more i.e., 22.22% (10/45) than males 20% (11/55). Systolic blood pressure shows higher significant difference between diabetic and non diabetic patients in both ischemic and hemorrhagic strokes (p <0.001). Diabetes mellitus have significantly more traditional risk factors in stroke patients. There is a difference between male and female relative frequencies of age and diabetes mellitus.
doi:10.36347/sjams.2020.v08i10.016 fatcat:yaawitpjqvfklildrz3xidcvdy