TO CORRELATE BETWEEN BIOCHEMICAL PARAMETERS AND DIFFERENT GRADES OF OBESITY
Keywords:BMI, Left Ventricular, Transthoracic & Echocardiography
Background & Method: In this case control (observational) study we include 114 participant (n=57 cases and n=57 controls) in this case and controls taken using standard sampling procedure participants are taken who attend Medicine OPD in Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Medical college Jabalpur in period of March 2015 to August 2016.
Result: We didn’t found significant difference in cases on the basis of BMI and FBS,PPBS and GTT.We found correlation in cases on the basis of BMI and in Lipid Profile and we found there is significant difference in low density lipid level in overweight and moderate obese (t>2.08) and Triglyceride level and Serum cholesterol/HDL ratio in overweight and sever obese (t>1.97, t>2.41) and moderate and severe Obese (t>2.14, t>2.10).
Conclusion: In cases on the basis of Diastolic dysfunction and Lipid Profile we found significant difference between serum cholesterol/HDL levels in those who had Diastolic dysfunction compare to who don’t have Diastolic dysfunction. Diastolic dysfunction appears not to be influenced by sex. The association between diastolic dysfunction and obesity according to sex is not significant. In cases on the basis of BMI and FBS, PPBS and GTT we don’t found significant difference in cases. In grades of Diastolic Dysfunction and Lipid profile and we doesn’t found any significant difference in grade 1 and grade 2 diastolic dysfunction on the basis of lipid profile.
Keywords: BMI, Left Ventricular, Transthoracic & Echocardiography.
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