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Prevalence of the Metabolic Syndrome in Severely Obese Patients Presenting for Bariatric Surgery

Goal: Although excessive weight is linked with metabolic changes, not all overweight patients are characterized by the metabolic syndrome. The goal of this research study was to identify the prevalence of the MS, its attributes, and the connected group consider a huge associate of drastically obese patients offering for potential bariatric surgery. Techniques: A total amount of 256 obese patients were assessed utilizing the balanced standards of the MS. Results: In this mate, the prevalence of MS was 78. 1% without any sex distinction. After changing for age and sex, hypertriglyceridemia and hypertension were even more typical in diabetic than in non-diabetic patients. However, over 20% of drastically overweight people have no MS and therefore may be at lower risk for cardio problems of weight problems. It is currently unclear whether treatment methods with respect to weight problems must differ between seriously obese people with and without the MS.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1159/000513068


PREVALENCE OF METABOLIC SYNDROME IN COPD CASES IN CENTRAL INDIA AND ITS CORRELATION WITH BMI

BACKGROUND: COPD is the 3rd leading reason of fatality worldwide with greater than 90% of COPD deaths occuring in middle and low income countries. About 20%- 25% grown-up population of the world have Metabolic syndrome and are 3 times extra likely to have coronary artery disease or stroke. Boosting evidence shows association between Metabolic Syndrome in COPD. RESULTS: Mean age of patients with COPD was 60. 34 ± 10. 39 years. Mean weight, height and BMI of patients was 55. 86 ± 9. 43 2. Metabolic syndrome was discovered to be present in 32% of the patients with COPD. BMI of patients with metabolic syndrome was signi cantly greater as compared to COPD patients without metabolic syndrome. FINAL THOUGHT: The prevalence of metabolic syndrome in COPD was 32% and BMI in COPD patients with metabolic syndrome was signi cantly more than those without metabolic syndrome.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.36106/gjra/3409880

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