Diabetes and Cardiovascular Diseases

Diabetes is a prime hazard factor for cardiovascular disease(CVD). Vascular disorders incorporate retinopathy and nephropathy, peripheral vascular infection (PVD), stroke, and coronary artery disease(CAD). Diabetes additionally influences the heart muscle, causing both systolic and diastolic heart failures. The etiology of this excess cardiovascular morbidity and mortality is not completely known. Evidences shows that hyperglycemia, the sign of diabetes, adds to myocardial damage after ischemic events. it is clearly not the only cause, because both pre-diabetes and the presence of the metabolic syndrome, even in normoglycemic patients, increase the risk of most types of cardio vascular diseases.

The pathophysiology link between diabetes and cardiovascular infection (CVD) is perplexing and multifactorial. Understanding these significant mechanisms of disease can enable clinicians to recognize and treat CVD in patients with diabetes, and also enable patients to keep these conceivably obliterating confusions.

Diabetic cardiomyopathy can be characterized as myocardial infection in patients with diabetes that can't be credited to some other referred to CVD, Because of the structural and functional changes that happen in diabetic cardiomyopathy, patients with diabetes are vulnerable to heart failures. At least two diverse epidemiological studies using diagnostic methods found the prevalence of asymptomatic diastolic dysfunction in patients with type 2 diabetes to be somewhere in the range of 52 and 60%.Left ventricular diastolic dysfunction, characterised  by impaired early diastolic filling, delayed isovolumetric relaxation, and increased atrial filling has even been found in young patients with Type 1 Diabetes.

  • Elevated blood sugar is related to increased cardiovascular events
  • Cardiometabolic drugs that lower glucose levels
  • Non-glucose lowering medications and their use in diabetics
  • Cardiovascular importance of new diabetes drugs

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