Investigation of the Effects of Biochemical Parameters on Alzheimer’s Disease

American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease &Other Dementias®, Ahead of Print.
Background:The most common type of dementia is an Alzheimer’s disease which is a major concern in growing chronic diseases in the geriatric society, and its connection with biochemistry has not been sufficiently understood.Objective:This study aims to evaluate the effects of blood biochemistry on Alzheimer’s disease.Method:Eight participants aged 55+ with Alzheimer’s disease were analyzed. A cross-sectional work has conducted. Eighty patients have been divided into 2 groups as group A and group B according to laboratory findings including glycosylated hemoglobin, high-density lipoprotein (HDL), low-density lipoprotein (LDL), total cholesterol (TC), triglycerides (TGA), vitamin D, folic acid, and vitamin B12. Mean Mini-Mental State Examination scores between these different 2 groups have been compared.Results:High levels of HDL, vitamin D, and folic acid correlate with cognitive scores, whereas high levels of total cholesterol, HbA1c, LDL show a negative effect on cognition scores.Conclusion:High-density lipoprotein, vitamin D, folic acid, cholesterol, HgA1c, and LDL have an effect on dementia.Investigation of the Effects of Biochemical Parameters on Alzheimer’s DiseaseInvestigation of the Effects of Biochemical Parameters on Alzheimer’s DiseaseAlzheimers{$excerpt:n}