Efficacy of Comprehensive Diabetes Care (CDC) Management Program in Elderly Male Patients of Type II Diabetes Mellitus: A Retrospective Study
International Journal of Diabetes and Endocrinology
Volume 3, Issue 2, June 2018, Pages: 29-34
Received: Aug. 3, 2018; Accepted: Sep. 7, 2018; Published: Oct. 10, 2018
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Rohit Sane, Department of Research and Development, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics and Hospitals, Mumbai, India
Pravin Ghadigaonkar, Department of Medical Operations, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics and Hospitals, Mumbai, India
Rekha Chaure, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics, Mumbai, India
Sangeeta Jain, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics, Mumbai, India
Shweta Wahane, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics, Nagpur, India
Aarti Nadapude, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics, Latur, India
Aarati Badre, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics, Mumbai, India
Rahul Mandole, Department of Research and Development, Madhavbaug Cardiac Care Clinics and Hospitals, Mumbai, India
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Abstract
Globally, Diabetes mellitus (DM) prevalence has created menace, being a major culprit of increased mortality and morbidity and health care expenditures. India is the 2nd country with maximum number of diabetic patients, with an estimated prevalence of around 10%. Comprehensive Diabetes Care (CDC) is a combination of Panchakarma and Diet management. This study was conducted to evaluate the effect of CDC on glycosylated haemoglobin (HbA1c), body mass index (BMI), body weight, abdominal girth and dependency on conventional therapy in DM Patients. This retrospective study was conducted from July 2017 to January 2018, wherein the data of elderly male type 2 DM patients (HbA1c >6.5%) who attended Madhavbaug clinics in Maharashtra, India were identified. Data of patients who were administered CDC (60-75 minutes) with minimum 6 sittings over 90 days (± 15 days) were considered. Variables were compared between day 1 and day 90 of CDC. Out of 48 enrolled elderly male patients, 34 were included for analysis. CDC showed significant improvement in HbA1c from 8.27 ± 0.96to 7.1 ± 1.30; p=0.0001), BMI from 27.65 ± 3.20 to 25.91 ± 3.29, p< 0.0001), weight from 73.75 ± 10.76to 69.46 ± 10.39, p<0.0001). Abdominal girth (from 100.0 ± 9.08 to 95.36 ± 9.10; p<0.0001), also showed significant reduction. Dependency on concomitant medicines was reduced, with number of patients on no concomitant medicines increasing from 3% to 15%. CDC and allopathy both are found to be efficacious; but CDC acts dually, by reducing HbA1c, as well as reducing dependency on allopathic medications.
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Comprehensive Diabetes Care, CDC, Panchakarma, HbA1C, BMI, DM, Alternative Medicine
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Rohit Sane, Pravin Ghadigaonkar, Rekha Chaure, Sangeeta Jain, Shweta Wahane, Aarti Nadapude, Aarati Badre, Rahul Mandole, Efficacy of Comprehensive Diabetes Care (CDC) Management Program in Elderly Male Patients of Type II Diabetes Mellitus: A Retrospective Study, International Journal of Diabetes and Endocrinology. Vol. 3, No. 2, 2018, pp. 29-34. doi: 10.11648/j.ijde.20180302.12
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