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Abstract

CONDUCTING A SCREENING CAMP FOR EVALUATING DIABETES AWARENESS IN THE GENERAL AND DIABETIC POPULATION

Shahnooshi Javad F*, Anita Dadollahi Sarab, Abhishek Jain

ABSTRACT

A diabetes screening camp was conducted for four days on the campus of Krupanidhi College of Pharmacy, Carmelaram, Varthur Hobli, Bangalore. All the participants 20 years and more included in study. Forms were created to record appropriate information of each participant. Random blood sugar levels were measured using a commercially available glucometer and its relation with all parameter mentioned above analysed and expressed as percentages or as a possible trend. Random blood sugar and other informations from 237 participants recorded, We observed high mean RBS in men (177.5526 +3.965) and in older participants who had more than 60 years old (200.5857+2.94). Mean RBS and number of participants with abnormal RBS rose in smokers (192.1231+2.94) and alcoholic participants (196.12+2.93). Low educational background group and low monthly family income group had higher RBS value as compare to other groups. Last but not least, number of meals and its source caused change in RBS value, participants who were taking more than 2 meals and prefer non veg as their dietary source had higher mean RBS.

Keywords: Screening camp, Random blood sugar, Socio-economic conditions.


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