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AN EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY ON PREVALENCE OF MADHUMEHA W.S.R. TO DIABETES MELLITUS AMONG RURAL POPULATION OF KEMMANNU GRAM PANCHAYATH

K. Samudrudu*, Vijay B. Negalur, Srinidhi Dhanya B. S. and Sandesh Kumar

Shetty

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Title: “An Epidemiological study on prevalence of Madhumeha W.S.R. to Diabetes Mellitus among rural population of Kemmannu Gram Panchayath” Background and Objectives: In the present scenario the life style disorders are the burning problem all over the world. Diabetes Mellitus is becoming the fastest considerable disease in World wide. India is being estimated with fastest growing population of Diabetes Mellitus due to improper life style. So the study was taken with following objectives: (1) To study the prevalence of Madhumeha among the population of Kemmannu Gram panchayath. (2) To study the risk factors of Madhumeha. Methodology: The data was collected by using pre structured and pretested questionnaire of Diabetes self-management questionnaire of Ayurveda questionnaire on Madhumeha with Madhumeha Assessment Tool (MAT) of Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India (GOI). Cross sectional study with the sample size 210 from the study population were selected by random sampling technique by house to house visit. Fasting Blood Sugar is greater than 126mg/dl or the subject were diagnosed and taking oral hypoglycemic agents are considered as Diabetes Mellitus. The data was analyzed by using SPSS.20 Results: The prevalence rate of Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus) in the rural population of Kemmannu Gram Panchayath Udupi district Karnataka was 23.3%. Interpretation and Conclusion: Among 210 subjects 49 were diagnosed with diabetes mellitus, diagnosis was included new cases and already known cases of Diabetes Mellitus. The prevalence of Diabetes Mellitus is 23.3%. Most of the people with more than 45 years age group were affected. It is more affected in moderate and heavy workers, due to life style and stress in them.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Diabetes Mellitus, Life style changes, Epidemiology and Prevalence.


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