Lipid Profile And Serum Minerals In Subclinical Hyperthyroidism Patients

Authors

  • Rakesh Kumar Jha , Ranjit Ambad , Satish Vidyasagar , Gangaram Bhadarge, Deepti Shrivastava

Abstract

Background:

Endocrine Illnesses Are Becoming More Common All Around The World. Thyroid Gland Problems Are Ranked Second In The List. Normal Thyroid Function Regulates Bmr And Overall Body Metabolism And Plays A Key Role In The Regulation Of Cellular Activity. As A Result, Thyroid Dysfunction Is Frequently Linked To Dyslipidemia And A Disruption In Mineral Metabolism. Only A Few Researches On Subclinical Cases Have Been Done, And The Literature Search Has Revealed Changes In Lipid And Mineral Levels In Overt Cases. As A Result, The Purpose Of This Study Is To Look Into Changes In Serum Lipid Profile As Well As Changes In Serum Calcium, Phosphate, Sodium, Potassium, And Chloride Levels In People With Subclinical Hyperthyroidism.

Aim:To Estimate Levels Of Serum Lipid Profile, Calcium, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium And Chloride Among The Cases Of Subclinical Hyperthyroidism.

Material And Method:

Patients Who Visited The Opd At Shalinitai Meghe Hospital In Wanadongri, Nagpur, Were The Subjects Of A Descriptive Research. From November 2020 Until April 2021, The Study Lasted Eight Months. A Total Of 50 Instances Of Subclinical Hyperthyroidism And 50 Subclinical Hypothyroidism Were Studied. Total Cholesterol, Triglyceride, Ldl, Vldl, Hdl, Calcium, Phosphorus, Sodium, Potassium, And Chloride Are All Tested. The Data Was Analysed Using The Statistical Application Spss20 And The Measured Parameters Were Analysed Using Mean And Sd.

Results:

Serum Total Cholesterol (50 Percent Borderline High And 28 Percent High), Triacylglycerol (40 Percent Moderately High And 22 Percent High), Vldl (60 Percent Increased), And Phosphorus (62 Percent) Levels Were All Elevated In Subclinical Hypothyroidism Patients, While Serum Hdl (99 Percent) And Calcium (68 Percent) Levels Were Lowered. In Patients Of Subclinical Hyperthyroidism, Serum Calcium Levels Increased (74%) But Serum Phosphorus Levels Dropped (58.4%).

Conclusion:

According To My Research, The Greater The Tsh Levels, The Higher The Cholesterol, Triglyceride, Vldl, And Phosphorus Levels In The Blood, And The Lower The Hdl And Calcium Values. If The Tsh Level Is Lower, The Calcium Value Is Greater And The Phosphorous Value Is Lower, With No Changes In The Lipid Profile. As A Result, All Sufferers With Thyroid Issues In The Preclinical Phases Should Have These Parameters Evaluated, As This Will Assist To Reduce The Risk Of Cardiovascular Disease And Fractures.

Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Rakesh Kumar Jha , Ranjit Ambad , Satish Vidyasagar , Gangaram Bhadarge, Deepti Shrivastava. (2021). Lipid Profile And Serum Minerals In Subclinical Hyperthyroidism Patients. Drugs and Cell Therapies in Hematology, 10(1), 879–886. Retrieved from https://www.dcth.org/index.php/journal/article/view/177

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