SAGITTAL DIAMETER AS MARKER OF CORONARY RISK
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risk factors
abdominal obesity
sagittal diameter
cardiovascular diseases
coronary risk

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Vorobyeva, E. N., Vorobyev, R. I., Sharlaeva, E. A., Fomicheva, M. L., Sokolova, G. G., Kazizaeva, A. S., & Batanina, I. A. (2015). SAGITTAL DIAMETER AS MARKER OF CORONARY RISK. Acta Biologica Sibirica, 1(1-2), 38-50. https://doi.org/10.14258/abs.v1i1-2.781

Abstract

In numerous epidemiological researches the connection between an obesity and mortality from cardiovascular, cerebrovascular illnesses is revealed and diabetes. Recently to risk factors carry transabdominal allocation of hypodermic adeps, which legibly correlates with tolerance to a glucose at oral assay with a glucose, taping insulinresistance, and also with dyslipoproteinemias.

The found dependence between high degrees of cooperative coronary risk and level of a sagittal diameter allows to assume, that this anthropometric parameter can act by the indicator of predisposition to metabolic changes associated with risk of illnesses of system of a circulation. Summarizing, it is necessary to note, that the revealed expressed interrelation between a sagittal diameter and probability of originating of a myocardial infarction for the proximate 10 years, testifies to necessity of carrying out of wide inspections of the population on revealing the persons with transabdominal allocation of adeps on this parameter with the purpose of exercise of the directed primary prophylaxis. The definition of the similar expressed interrelation at the persons with the diagnosis of cardiovascular diseases is represented beneficial to assignment of effective measures of secondary prophylaxis.

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