HIGH RISK OF CARDIAC DISEASE IN MIDDLE INCOME GROUP AND URBAN PATIENTS
Keywords:CVD, Smoking, Alcohol, Rural, urban
Background: Smoking is an established risk factor for many diseases and is one of the most important public health problems worldwide. Rural areas of the United States have a higher smoking prevalence than urban areas. Chronic stress associated with high income inequality has been hypothesized to increase CVD risk and other adverse health outcomes
Material & Methods: 50 patients were enrolled for this study. Taking Consent and History of patients by a pre planned Performa Manner.
Results: Higher levels of risk of CVD were found in urban and middle income group.
Conclusion: Smoking and Alcohol in middle income group in urban population are major risk for CVD. So need to aware people for the same.
Keywords: CVD, Smoking, Alcohol, Rural, urban.