Oral Glucose Tolerance Test of Subjects Documented from 2013 to 2016 at the Pasteur Institute of Côte d'Ivoire
M’BOH Gervais Melaine, KPOROU Elisée Kouassi, BLEY Bley-Atsé Appolinaire BOYVIN Lydie, EDJEME-AKE Angèle, DJAMAN Allico Joseph

In order to detect the pre-diabetic individuals, Oral Glucose Tolerance Test (OGTT) was used in hospital. By this test, it 's also possible to detect cardiovascular risks associated to diabetes. The objective of this work is to study the profile Oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) of subjects in consultation at the Pasteur Institute of Côte d'Ivoire (IPCI) from 2013 to 2016 in order to evaluate their predispositions to cardiovascular risks. It is an retrospective and transversal study over one 3 years duration. Data collected was carried out by consulting clinical files (papers and numerical data) of Department of Clinical and Fundamental Biochemistry of IPCI. Clinical parameters of each patient was deferred on a card collects called " patient card ". This card included information on the subject, its glycemia, its profile hyperglycemic and parameters of hyperglycemia. The statistical analysis of the data was carried out with the software Graphpad Prism 6.01. Results obtained gave 77% of subjects without RGlyi. The glycemia variation observed on the level of studied population arised as follows: normal fasting glucose (NFG) (97%), moderated hyperglycemia and empty stomach (MHS) (2%), DT2 (1%), IGT (28%), HPP normal (48%), HP without RGly I (62,5%), abnormal (86,67%), HP without RGly I (86,67%), abnormal TRGly I (60,87%) and normal TRGly I (33,13%). Thus, OGTT remains very significant for the checking of the glycemia variations because it makes it possible consider all the parameters hyperglycemic.

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