Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : hypercholesterolemia


Detection Of Subclinical Hypothyroidism In Jammu Region And Its Association With Hypercholesterolemia

BHAVANA KUMARI; JYOTI LAKHANPAL

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 4042-4051

Previous studies showed patients with mild hypothyroidism, mainly elderly women, are at a higher risk of cardiovascular diseases because of lipid abnormalities. This study is conducted to find predominanceof subclinical hypothyroidism in apparently healthy patients and to determine, either hypercholesterolemia is common insubclinical hypothyroidismpatients or inindividuals with euthyroid. This observational study was conducted in Government Medical College, Jammu (Department of Biochemistry) over a period of four months.Biochemical investigations for thyroid function and lipid profile were conducted on 150 patients of either sex, aged 18 to 85 years. Based on serum TSH values, patients were divided into SCH (n=53) and EU group (n=97).
Quantitative variables were calculated and statistical significant result was considered for p-value less than 0.05.TSH valuesfound to be elevated in individuals with subclinical hypothyroidism. Similarly, serum TC and triglyceridesfound significantly elevated in SCH group than in EU group. On perspective of age, average total cholesterol values were elevated in all age-groups of SCH group. This study conclude that in SCH group, there is an increase in levels of atherogenic lipids, especially total cholesterol (TC). Female patients as well as patients with>60 years are pronetohypercholesterolemia, which suggests that all adults above 35 years with subclinical hypothyroidism should be asked to get their lipid profile investigated.

Analysis Of The Assessment Of The Attitude To The State Of Its Health Among The Inorgonized Population

Jo‘rayeva Hafiza Iskandarovna; Soliyev Alisher Urakovich; Djumayev Karomat Shoyimovich; Khusenov Olim Nutfilloyevich

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1, Pages 3346-3352

Analysis of the assessment of attitudes towards their health among the unorganized population. With the important role of timely and adequate detection of various diseases and pathological conditions by doctors of the health facility, the adequacy of assessing patients health is of particular importance. An adequate assessment of the patient's own health is an important help in the timely referral to the doctor and the conduct of the preventive measures. In this regard, the frequency of the main components of the metabolic syndrome among people who differ in assessing their health was analyzed.
Among the unorganized population of Bukhara there is an inadequate assessment of the state of health among patients with arterial hypertension, with body mass index and obesity and a violation of carbohydrate metabolism.