Investigating the Frequency of Atherosclerosis Risk Factors in Patients Suffering from X Syndrome | Abstract

International Journal of Medical Research & Health Sciences (IJMRHS)
ISSN: 2319-5886 Indexed in: ESCI (Thomson Reuters)


Investigating the Frequency of Atherosclerosis Risk Factors in Patients Suffering from X Syndrome

Author(s):Adel Johari Moghadam and Reza Arefizadeh

X syndrome is a cardiovascular disease during which the patient suffers from chest cage pains. Their fitness test might be unnatural and the angiography of most of them is normal or close to normal. As the researches indicate, there is currently no certain method to treat this disease. The treatments which are usually applied now use nitrogen compounds to loosen and widen vessels. As the researches indicate, controlling the risk factors of Atherosclerosis can partially recover the symptoms of this disease. In this research, as many as 160 files of patients suffering from X syndrome was obtained from 502 Hospital of the Army. Factors such as Hyperlipidemia, diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, smoking cigarettes, long stress and family history of cardiovascular disease were studied and the frequency and frequency percentage of each variable compared to the whole population was measured and assessed. Having analyzed each variable, it became clear that obesity with a frequency of 98 people (61.3%) had the highest impact factor and preference in this disease. Following obesity, other factors such as high blood pressure, smoking cigarettes, diabetes and Hyperlipidemia have the highest influence and preference for intervention. Thus, controlling the above said factors, especially obesity and weight can help us significantly control this disease and its effects.

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