Impact of Socioeconomic Status on Lipid Profile in Type 2 Diabetic Patients: An Observational Study
Keywords:: Socioeconomic status, Lipid profile, Type 2 Diabetic patients.
Introduction: Socioeconomic status, whether assessed by income, education, or occupation, is linked to a
wide range of health problems, including low birthweight, cardiovascular disease, hypertension, arthritis,
diabetes, and cancer.
Method: This wasa observational study. 62 patients were included in the study group of research study. The
key outcome measures were BMI, Blood Glucose Fasting & Postmeal and total lipid profile.
Result: In our study we evaluated the lipid profile in relation to socio-economic status and found that low
socioeconomic status(SES) affects the most, followed by middle SES and lastly the least affection is of
Conclusion: Our data showed that higher income and higher education inversely affects lipid profile in
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