The Relation-Ship Between Diabetes Mellitus and Some Blood Parameters and Liver Enzymes


  • Mohammed Abdulrazzaq Assi College of health and medical technology/ Community health department



Diabetes patient, Liver enzymes, Blood parameters


Objectives: The aim of present study was focused the light on the pathological changes in the some liver enzymes and triglycerides. Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL). High Density Lipoprotein (HDL), in the patients suffers of diabetes mellitus type 2.

Methodology: The present study carried out on (21) patients effected with diabetes mellitus of (100) persons were examined in the education of Al-Sader hospital Al-Najaf in October, November and December 2012. The study include measurement of the glucose level, some of blood parameters, triglycerides, cholesterol, High Density Lipoprotein (HDL) and Low Density Lipoprotein (LDL), the biostatic use difference between the maximum and minimum values (range).

Results: Our findings were revealed increase in the triglycerides in ten patients, the range of triglycerides are (205-398) mg/dl, and while the cholesterol level also increased in ten diabetic patients (range 227-408)mg/dl. So the GPT and GOT was elevated in seven diabetic patients (range 48-59) I/U, but the low lipid density (LDL) was revealed decrease in the (18) males diabetic patients (range 72-112) our observations were appeared some parameters of blood, the present study was noticed decrease the RBCs count in (13), diabetic females (range 2.7-3.9) million corpuscles and increase in the blood platelets count in ten females diabetic patients (range 410-520) /cm3 in blood.

Conclusion: Increase in TG, cholesterol and GPT,GOT,LDL in diabetic patient, decrease in RBCs count and increase in Thrombocytes count in female diabetic patient.

Recommendations: Further studies are needed to show the relation-ship between diabetes with endocrine disorder and immunological level



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Assi, M. A. (2014). The Relation-Ship Between Diabetes Mellitus and Some Blood Parameters and Liver Enzymes. Kufa Journal for Nursing Sciences, 4(1), 167–172.

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