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Ann Med Res. 2011; 18(4): 215-221

Comparing the HbA1c levels in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Discase and Brain Stem Odyometry and The Role in Prognoais

Volkan Türünz*, Faruk Meriç**, İsmail Topçu**








Introduction: Most recently, it was accepted that diabetes mellitus (DM) is the most important disease from the point of view mortality and morbidity. It is possible to determine subclinic neuropathy recording Auditory Brainstem Response (ABR) to avoid complication of DM. If it is determined pahtological condition on the ABR recording, it must be followed more tightly serum glucose levels of patients and it must be avoided especially hipoglisemia and ketoasidosis. It can be obtained information about last three monthly blood glucose controlling HbA1c levels of patients together with fasting blood glucose following in the outpatient controls. It should not give permission excessive undolation of blood glucose patients must be recorded assaying several times their blood glucose. It is important that ABR records of patients must be compared according to ages repeating with spesific intervals.

Materials and Methods: In our study, it was compared evoked brainstem responces with serum HbA1c levels of 30 patients with Diabetes Mellitus and 30 control group patients when working groups compared with respect whether I, III and V wave latences. Results: No statistical difference was found between groups that examined. It was observed smilar results to our study, it was determined clear axtend on the patients with neuropathy. Statistically significance was found between diabetes period and serum HbA1c levels with wave latences (p

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