TO RECORD PREVALENCE OF VARIOUS CONVENTIONAL RISK FACTORS IN 50 MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION PATIENTS AT AIMS, DEWAS.
Keywords:myocardial infarction, prevalence & conventional.
Background & Method: This study was conducted at Amaltas Institute of Medical Sciences, Dewas with 50 randomly selected individuals who had no symptoms/risk factor for CAD in the group relatives of pts volunteers, general pts with trivial illness like fever who agreed for study.
Result: 28pts had BMI >25, out of which 17 were male & 11 female. 25 pts were smoker/tobacco chewer, out of which 24 male 01 female. 13 pts were alcoholic, all were male. 14pts had family h/o of CAD, out of which 05 were male & 09 female. 20 pts had systemic HTN, out of which 8were male & 12 female. 11pts had diabetes mellitus, out of which 07 were male & 04 females. 03 pts had h/o CVA & all of them were male. 25 pts had dyslipidemia, out of which 16 were male & 09 female. Most common risk factors were, BMI (56%) >Dyslipidemia (50) >Smoking (48%). In males most common risk factors were Smoking (48%) >BMI(34%) > Dyslipidemia (32%). In females most common risk factors were systemic HTN (24%) >BMI (22%)>Dyslidemia (18%).
Conclusion: Smoking/Tobacco Chewing: out of 50 MI cases, 25(50%) were devouring tobacco either through smoking or biting. Liquor abuse Addiction of liquor is getting successive step by step in our general public, because of different reasons. We found out of 50 MI cases 13(26%) were alcoholic and all were male. Foundational Hypertension out of 50 instances of Myocardial dead tissue, 20(40%) had fundamental hypertension. Diabetes mellitus: out of 50 instances of MI, 11 (22%) had diabetes mellitus. Out of which 07 were male and 04 female. Cerebrovascular mishap: Out of 50 instances of MI just 3 cases had going with CVA and all were male.
Keywords: myocardial infarction, prevalence & conventional.
Study Designed: Observational Study.
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