Anthropometric predictors of cardiovascular continuum in patients with ischemic heart disease
Purpose: the analysis of anthropometric characteristics of cardiovascular continuum of patients with coronary heart disease (CHD). Materials and methods. The study of the leading anthropometric predictors in the long-term prognosis of patients with coronary artery disease is based on the results of observation of 238 patients of both sexes of working age who are undergoing treatment for coronary heart disease in hospitals of Saratov. Anthropometric parameters included in the study of respondents with coronary artery disease, were measured by the common method of V. V. Bu-nak. The received data were processed by standard methods of mathematical statistics. Results. During the research of anthropometric characteristics of respondents with CHD, male, it was found that the average length of the patient's body up to 50 years is of 175,0±1,2cm, aged 51-55 years, is 172,0±0,7cm, age 55 is 175,0±0,9cm. In the process of study it is found that the dynamics of clinical, instrumental and anthropometric indicators for the period of observation is of the predictive value. Conclusion. The analysis of anthropometric predictors, including morphological characteristics and the human body type make it possible to objectify distant prognosis of patients with coronary artery disease.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Saratov State Medical University
Publication date: January 1, 2015