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Articles by U.T. Mane
Total Records ( 6 ) for U.T. Mane
  V.C. Patil , Jabbar Desai , Amite Botre , U.T. Mane and R.J. Kapale
  The most frequent source of impaired liver function tests in adults is Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease (NAFLD). Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (DM) and Non-Alcoholic Liver Fatty Disease (NAFLD) are usually seen together. It was considered a manifestation of metabolic syndrome. NAFLD’s symptoms vary from basic steatose (NAFL), Non-Alcoholic Steatohepatitis (NASH) and cirrhosis. The prevalence of NAFLD among T2DM patients is 70%. This was a hospital based study. The study lacks histological evidence for NAFLD in the cases included and enhanced imaging modality such as MRI spectroscopy was not included in the treatment of NAFLD in this research. NAFLD is particularly prevalent in person with type 2 diabetes and is correlated with high CVD prevalence.
  Amit R. Porwal , U.T. Mane , Amit C. Botre , Rahul S. Patil and A.T. Pardesi
  CAUTI is the most prevalent nosocomial infections, especially in patients with medical ICU. The purpose of this study is to determine the independent risk factors for catheter-associated bacteria in the medical ICU such as age, sex, period of catheterization, length of stay in the hospital and antibiotic exposure during hospitalization. The 25% of hospitalized patients undergo urinary catheterisation and the incidence of infection is approximately 5-7% for each day of catheterisation. Out of the 196 patients 30 (15.30 %) patients were detected to have CAUTI. Catheterisation period was established as the most important independent risk factor for CAB and prior antibiotic exposure was not found to be a protective factor.
  Jabbar Desai , Amit B. Porwal , U.T. Mane , Amit C. Botre and Nitin B. Jadhav
  We studied 120 newly diagnosed diabetes mellitus type 2 patients for detection of microalbuminuria through the dipstick method. Only patients who were diagnosed with diabetes mellitus type 2 at the time of admission were included in the study. Known diabetics were excluded. Early morning midstream urine is taken for sampling. HbA1c in females was higher and more statistically significant than males. Blood urea and serum creatinine levels too were noted to be slightly higher in patients with microalbuminuria as compared to those who did not have microalbuminuria diabetic retinopathy was seen in 25% of patients with microalbuminuria. Microalbuminuria was associated with abnormal HDL levels but normal LDL levels. A total of 7.5% patients who had microalbuminuria had an increased serum cholesterol level and 22.5% were noted to have an increased triglyceride level.
  Bhupal N. Pujari , Jabbar Desai , Vaibhav Agarwal , Mrs. R.J. Kapale and U.T. Mane
  This study was undertaken in a tertiary care centre from 1st October, 2015 to 30th March, 2016. A total of 87 patients fulfilling the inclusion and exclusion criteria were selected for the study who were admitted to the medical wards with acute renal failure following gastroenteritis. The purpose of the study is to study the prevalence of acute renal failure among gastroenteritis patients and prognostic factors. This is an hospital observational prospective time bound study of 18 months duration. The urea and creatinine level on admission were compared according to age groups by using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). The Urea levels on admission were not significantly different in different age groups (p = 0.065). Mean urea level in males was highest 82.18 mg dL–1 as compared to 76.47 mg dL–1 of that in females. But this difference was not statistically significant. Similar trend was also observed with creatinine levels. Poor urine output, high urea creatinine levels on admission were poor prognostic factors.
  Jabbar Desai , Amit R. Porwal , U.T. Mane , Amit C. Botre , Bhupal N. Pujari and Nitin B. Jadhav
  The present study was conducted in a tertiary care hospital over a period of 18 months from October, 2014 to March, 2016. A study of clinical, biochemical and haematological profile of elderly anaemic patients in a tertiary care centre. Two hundred and seven elderly patients diagnosed as anaemic as per WHO criteria were included in the study. Maximum number of cases from the age group of 60-65 years. Identifying and categorizing anaemia is essential to direct the investigation towards the underlying etiology and to guide the clinicians for appropriate targeted treatment. Chronic blood loss was one of the contributing factor for iron deficiency anaemia.
  Mrs. R.J. Kapale , Jabbar V. Desai , Amit C. Botre and U.T. Mane
  This is an observational, descriptive study of 150 cases of Acute Coronary Syndrome as diagnosed on basis of symptomatology, clinical findings, ECG changes and cardiac biomarkers who underwent coronary angiography including STEMI cases after thrombolysis. Lifestyle related and co-morbidity risk factors were recorded. Coronary angiographic findings were analyzed under occlusive and non-occlusive (sub-critical obstruction and normal coronaries). Severity/extent of disease was co-related with risk factors. Prevalence of non-occlusive coronary artery disease was noted. The p value was 0.94 and 0.97, respectively for relation of complication with diabetes and hypertension, showed that risk of occurrence of complication in patient was independent of presence of risk factors like diabetes mellitus or hypertension.
 
 
 
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