COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BLOOD GLUCOSE AND SERUM CREATININE LEVELS IN PATIENTS
Rupesh Choudhary, Rahul Sharma, Divya Drishti and Ankita Jamwal*
Background: Blood glucose and serum creatinine are important biomarkers used in clinical practice to assess various physiological conditions and monitor disease progression. Understanding the relationship between these biomarkers can provide valuable insights into the interplay between glucose metabolism and renal function in patients. This study aims to conduct a comparative analysis to explore the correlation between blood glucose and serum creatinine levels in a sample of patients with different medical conditions. Methods: Data for this analysis was collected from patient records at a tertiary care hospital over a period of six months. The study included patients diagnosed with diabetes, renal dysfunction, and other comorbidities. Blood glucose and serum creatinine levels were measured at regular intervals during the patients' hospital stay. Statistical analysis techniques were employed to examine the correlation between these variables and identify any potential patterns or associations. Results: Preliminary findings revealed a significant positive correlation between blood glucose and serum creatinine levels in the patient population under investigation. This suggests a potential link between glucose metabolism and renal function. Subgroup analysis based on specific medical conditions will be conducted to further investigate these associations. Conclusion: This analysis provides insights into the correlation between blood glucose and serum creatinine in patients, suggesting a link between glucose metabolism and renal function. Understanding this aids managing diabetes, renal dysfunction, and related conditions. Study limitations require further research to validate findings, yet it serves as a valuable starting point.
Keywords: Blood glucose, Serum creatinine, Comparative analysis, Correlation, Diabetes, Renal dysfunction.
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