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The prevalence of diabetes mellitus and abnormal lipid status among Croatian hospitalized coronary heart disease patients.

Vražić, Hrvoje and Lucijanić, Tomo and Šikić, Jozica and Rajčan Špoljarić, Ivana and Polić, Stojan and Ljubičić, Đivo and Matić, Katarina and Božin, Tonći and Šubjak, Irena and Bergovec, Mijo (2012) The prevalence of diabetes mellitus and abnormal lipid status among Croatian hospitalized coronary heart disease patients. Collegium Antropologicum, 36 (S1). pp. 223-8. ISSN 0350-6134

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    Croatian abstract

    PREVALENCIJA ŠEĆERNE BOLESTI I POREMEĆENIH VRIJEDNOSTI LIPIDOGRAMA U HOSPITALIZIRANIH KORONARNIH BOLESNIKA U HRVATSKOJ ----- Cilj ovog rada bio je pokazati prevalenciju šećerne bolesti i poremećenih vrijednosti lipidograma uz izabrane antropometrijske varijable na uzorku bolesnika hospitaliziranih zbog koronarne bolesti u Republici Hrvatskoj (N=1.298). Prevalencija šećerne bolesti iznosila je 31,6% (statistički znatno češća u žena, 35,7% prema 30,0%), dok su prevalencije povišenog ukupnog kolesterola iznosile 72,0%, smanjenog HDL-kolesterola 42,6% (statistički znatno češći u žena, 50,2% prema 39,6%), povišenog LDL-kolesterola 72,3% i povišenih triglicerida 51,5%. Iako ovdje prikazani podaci vezani uz učestalost šećerne bolesti mogu biti donekle ohrabrujući (budući da pokazuju smanjenje prevalencije šećerne bolesti u usporedbi sa podacima iz 2006. g., no svejedno pokazuju puno goru situaciju u odnosu na onu iz 2002. i 2003. g.); trend rastućih prevalencija dislipidemijskih kardiovaskularnih čimbenika rizika mora biti znakom za uzbunu, tim više jer su današnje mjere prevencije i liječenja, primarne i sekundarne, snažno usredotočene na dislipidemije.

    English abstract

    The aim of this article was to investigate the prevalence of diabetes mellitus and abnormal lipid status with selected anthropometric variables in a sample of hospitalized coronary heart disease (CHD) patients in Croatia (N = 1,298). Prevalence of diabetes mellitus was 31.6% (statistically significantly more frequent in women, 35.7% vs. 30.0%), while prevalences of increased total cholesterol were 72.0%, decreased HDL-cholesterol 42.6% (statistically significantly more frequent in women, 50.2% vs. 39.6%), increased LDL-cholesterol 72.3% and increased triglycerides 51.5%. Reported data on prevalences of diabetes mellitus can be somewhat reassuring (a decrease in its prevalence compared to data from 2006, but they still signal a situation which is a lot worse than in 2002 and 2003); the trend of rising prevalences of dyslipidaemic cardiovascular risk factors must be a cause for an alarm, furthermore as today's preventive and treatment measures in cardiology, both primary and secondary, are strongly focused on dyslipidaemias.

    Item Type: Article
    MeSH: Coronary Disease/complications ; Coronary Disease/epidemiology ; Croatia/epidemiology ; Diabetes Mellitus/epidemiology ; Female ; Hospitalization ; Humans ; Hyperlipidemias/complications ; Hyperlipidemias/epidemiology ; Male
    Divisions: Katedra za internu medicinu
    Depositing User: Marijan Šember
    Status: Published
    Creators:
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    Vražić, Hrvoje
    Lucijanić, Tomo
    Šikić, Jozica
    Rajčan Špoljarić, Ivana
    Polić, Stojan
    Ljubičić, Đivo
    Matić, Katarina
    Božin, Tonći
    Šubjak, Irena
    Bergovec, Mijo
    Date: January 2012
    Date Deposited: 19 Mar 2012 13:18
    Last Modified: 19 Mar 2012 13:18
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    URI: http://medlib.mef.hr/id/eprint/1543

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