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DIABETES LITERATURE REVIEW
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Literature Review [Name of the Writer] [Name of the Institution] [Name of the Professor] [Course] Type 2 Diabetes: Identifying High Risk Asian American Subgroups in a Clinical Population The research was conducted to compare the prevalence and treatment of type-2 diabetes in South Asians and Non-Hispanic Whites.
The research was conducted by the National Institute of Health. The method for this particular research was kept very simple where three year cross sectional sample of patients’ electronic health records were accessed and analysed. The research analysed the health records of 21,816 Asians above the age of 35 years. Diabetes was analysed and classified through ICD-9 Codes, laboratory tests, and use of anti-diabetic medication (McNeely, Boyko, 2004). Afterwards, the prevalence of diabetes was analysed in a scientific manner. In terms of the result, it was found that age related prevalence ranged from 5-18% in women and the odds of diabetes in South Asian women were quite high. It was further found that the chances of diabetes were quite high in Asians compared to other populations (Ye, et al, 2009). The prevalence of diabetes was quite high in Asian women mainly because of their diet and lifestyle. Based on the results, it was concluded that the prevalence of diabetes is quite high among Asian women compared to other populations (Ye, et al, 2009). Though, obesity was not a major factor leading to diabetes but erratic lifestyle and diet was the major reason behind the prevalence of diabetes among Asian Women. ...
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