Blood Sugar Concentration, HbA1C, and Lipid Profile in Heart Patients


  • Ruaa Hussein Alwan Alalam Education Department, General Directorate of Education in Salah al-Din, Iraq.


HbA1C, Lipid Profile, Heart Patients.


The study included 45 samples (30 patients with heart disease and have diabetes and 15 patients with Type 2 DM), their age between (40-60) years for both gender. Samples were collected from Kirkuk general hospital from April 2023 to September 2023. The individuals of this study were divided into two groups: The first group was for patients with heart disease n (30), and the second group for individual have diabetes only n (15). Result: Heart disease patients had higher mean serum cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL, and VLDL levels (225.1±25.2, 209.5±8.3, 140.7±17.9, 41.9±4.61) compared to diabetes patients (196.3±27.2, 165±6.1, 119.67±15.2, 33.00±3.22) at a P-value < 0.05. HDL levels were similar across groups at P > 0.05. The research demonstrates the mean FBS and HbA1C of 30 heart disease and 15 diabetic patients. The study found that heart disease patients had higher mean serum FBS and HbA1C levels (282.8±36.41 mg/dl, 10.35±3.18%) compared to diabetes patients (175.2±32.79 mg/dl, 8.22±2.51%). A P-value < 0.05. Conclusion: The study concluded appositive association between dyslipidemia and heart disease in which increased cholesterol, triglyceride, low-density lipoprotein (LDL), very-low-density lipoprotein (VLDL), fasting blood glucose and HbA1C and no differences between heart disease and diabetes patients.



How to Cite

Ruaa Hussein Alwan. (2024). Blood Sugar Concentration, HbA1C, and Lipid Profile in Heart Patients. Journal of Prevention, Diagnosis and Management of Human Diseases (JPDMHD) 2799-1202, 4(03), 18–26.