Study on the Therapeutic Effect and Mechanism of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Complicated with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
AbstractIntroduction: There is a pre-assumption that diabetic patients are showing the higher effect of ALI/ARDS compared to non - diabetic patients. The different clinical tests are giving solid prove that most of the cases are showing a higher impact of ALI/ARDS in the non-diabetic body. Objective: In this paper, the relation between ALI/ARDS and Diabetes is vividly described and also demonstrates how diabetes put an impact to lower the effect of ALI/ARDS on the critically ill adult patient. Materials and Method: To evaluate the collected information from the different research papers Meta-analysis is used as the statistical method. Cochran Q test with p-value < 0.1, is used to generate the common or generalized study on ALI / ARDS. Results: Material selection has been going through different steps such as sorting out the duplicate one, searching the appropriate papers that go with this meta-analysis. Total 981 papers are taken into consideration during the analysis and result procedure. Discussion: Pre-existing diabetes is showing the lower effect of ALI/ARDS compared to non-diabetic patients. The study on 981 ICU and critically ill patients is showing effectively decreased symptoms of ALI/ARDS ( eg: Inflammation). Conclusion: Pre-existing diabetes is lowering the effect of ALI/ARDS to the adult ICU or critically ill patient compared to the non-diabetic situation.
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Zhanghao, Luodan, & Liyuan. (2022). Study on the Therapeutic Effect and Mechanism of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Complicated with Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome. The Ethiopian Journal of Health Development. Retrieved from https://ejhd.org/index.php/ejhd/article/view/4716