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Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • [Metabolic Abnormalities and relationship with cardiovascular risk factors in children].
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, Margarito De Jesus De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    OBJECTIVE: to describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities., METHODS: we studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease., ResultS: the group consisted of 17 girls (56 %) and 13 children (44 %), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90 %). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, lots of junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile., CONCLUSIONS: the main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.

  • Cardiovascular and metabolic risk in children.
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, M De J De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    Objective: To describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities. Methods: We studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease. Results: The group consisted of 17 girls (56%) and 13 boys (44%), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90%). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile. Conclusions: The main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.

Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • [Metabolic Abnormalities and relationship with cardiovascular risk factors in children].
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, Margarito De Jesus De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    OBJECTIVE: to describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities., METHODS: we studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease., ResultS: the group consisted of 17 girls (56 %) and 13 children (44 %), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90 %). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, lots of junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile., CONCLUSIONS: the main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.

  • Cardiovascular and metabolic risk in children.
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, M De J De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    Objective: To describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities. Methods: We studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease. Results: The group consisted of 17 girls (56%) and 13 boys (44%), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90%). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile. Conclusions: The main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.

Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • [Metabolic Abnormalities and relationship with cardiovascular risk factors in children].
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, Margarito De Jesus De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    OBJECTIVE: to describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities., METHODS: we studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease., ResultS: the group consisted of 17 girls (56 %) and 13 children (44 %), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90 %). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, lots of junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile., CONCLUSIONS: the main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.

  • Cardiovascular and metabolic risk in children.
    Riesgo cardiovascular y alteraciones metabolicas en ninos., 2012
    Co-Authors: Santiago Manuel Palacios-mancilla, Miguel Angel Rubio-lezama, M De J De La Torre-lopez, Aurora Esperanza Arrevillaga-lopez

    Abstract:

    Objective: To describe cardiovascular risk factors in pediatric patients of the General Hospital Zone 58 and its relationship with metabolic Abnormalities. Methods: We studied a population of 30 healthy; children randomized. We measured weight, height, body mass index, blood pressure, waist circumference, determination of blood glucose, total cholesterol, HDL, LDL, triglycerides and uric acid. We applied a structured questionnaire about: how many hours a day the child watch television, hours of sleeping, birth weight, consumption of junk food, plus additional questions to investigate family history of cardiovascular disease. Results: The group consisted of 17 girls (56%) and 13 boys (44%), average age: 9.7 years. Patients who had at least one Abnormal Laboratory Result were 27 (90%). Cardiovascular risk factors showed an arithmetic mean birth weight 3175 g, 3.6 h hours of watching TV, sleep diary 8.9, junk food every day 2.9. 15 patients had normal BMI, 5 more than the 95 centile and 7 below the 10 centile. Conclusions: The main factor that determined metabolic disorders was family history of cardiovascular disease or lipid disorders.