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Lipidogram Study for a Group of Individuals with Different Pathologies in the Population of Shijak

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 9)

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Page : 777-781

Keywords : Cardiovascular Disease; Cholesterol; HTA; Lipidogram; Triglycerides;

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The aim of the study was to evaluate the change in lipids value, depending on age group and gender, in a population with 413 individuals (242 female and 171 male), with various pathology, separated in age groups. Lipids play a key and dynamic role in the growth of the organism, in reproduction and in health. High levels of lipids are associated with cardiovascular disease as HTA (Hypertension arterial), Arteriosclerosis and myocardial infarction. In the study of population are observed the higher value of cholesterol in IV age group, with average value of 197.9 mg/ dl. Triglycerides in VI age group with average value of 161.6 mg/ dl. LDL - Cholesterol in VI, VII age group with average value 114.3 mg/ dl. Phospholipids in IV age group with average value 207.9 mg/ dl. HDL - Cholesterol has the lowest value in I age group, while for older age groups after the III age group, the lowest values are in V, VII age group. Correlation values are positive between increasing age and increasing lipid values, increasing the risk for cardiovascular disease. Lipid values also vary by gender. Knowledge gained from this study are important to determine the risk of increased lipid levels depending from age and gender, to prevent cardiovascular disease by implementing a balanced diet and physical activity, a medical check - up and a regular treatment.

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