A recent study has proved that type 2 diabetes is involved directly with an increase risk of cardiovascular event or recurrent stroke, in between those patients who already have had an ischemic stroke or attack or TIA earlier.
With the link to the fact the author of this study has stated “Mellitus of Type 2 diabetes is directly associated with both increase risk of coronary heart disease or CHD and stroke.”
Though, after came to a conclusion Alfred Callahan from the University of Vanderbilt, Nashville as well as his colleagues already clarified the entire risk factor of the cardiovascular events or recurrent store in the patients, who were then surviving with metabolic syndrome MetS or type 2 diabetes.
To justify the fact of the study those researchers had included more than 4,730 patients and all of those already experienced an ischemic stroke. From those the researchers had found 794 people were suffering from type 2 diabetes and 642 people were suffering from MetS. Where, the remaining 3,294 had not experienced any kind of symptom related to Diabetes or MetS.
The results, which have come out from the study, are also stating that the any patient along with type 2 diabetes might experience another stroke than those who is belonging from a major cardiovascular incident, control group or revascularization procedure.
Also they stated the members of that MetS group might not have to face any kind of increased risk of stroke or any major cardiovascular events. But aside from that they might undergo to the revascularization procedures also.
But the main good news or fact is you need not to be worried about that, because statin’s treatment have already proved themselves significantly for reducing the risk of these event in both patients, who are suffering with MetS or type 2 diabetes.
This entire report was published online at the JAMA/Archives journal this week.