THE RELATIONSHIP OF BLOOD GLUCOSE TO THYROID HORMONES LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH HYPERTHYROIDISM IN ELOBIED CITY
Akram Hamed Awad Alla Elsukar*, Waleed Hajmusa Elttahir, Assla Mohammed Ahamd Abdalrhman
Back ground: Hyperthyroidism is the condition that occurs due to excessive production of thyroid hormone by the thyroid gland. Objective: The study aimed to explain the relationship btween T3 T4,TSH and HBA1C of 28 hyperthyridesm volunteers (as a test group) and 15 apparently healthy volunteers (as a control group). Materials & Methods: Descriptive case - control study conducted in hospitals and clinics in Elobeid city, during the period from October 2015 to August 20016. Statistical package for social science (SPSS version 17) computer software was used for data analysis. Results: Serum T3 and T4 were significantly increased among cases compared with control P-values (<0.000 and <0.000) at 0.05 level of significancy.TSH on the other hand was significantly reduced P-value (<0.000) at 0.05 level of significancy. Furthermore, blood level of HBA1C was significant correlated with T3 & T4 level. Conclusion: Hyperthyroidism massively affect on the mean values of HBA1C; hence regular check up for random blood glucose and HBA1C levels among patients with hyperthyroidism are valuable and helpfull on diabetes mellitus control.
Keywords: HBA1C, Elsukar, North Kordofan.
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