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Abstract

CLINICAL PROFILE OF OBESE INDIVIDUALS WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO PULMONARY FUNCTIONTEST

Namdev D. P., Rajak Chanda*, Rampalliwar S., Pathak S. and Awasthi Prateek Prabhakar

ABSTRACT

Background: Overweight and obesity is defined as a chronic medical condition characterized by excessive accumulation of fat in various part of human body that causes a generalized increase in body mass. Obesity is one of the significant global health risk factor and has been associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, increased risk of coronary artery disease, diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia, cerebral stroke, osteoarthritis, gall stones, polycystic ovarian disease and cancerous condition like Carcinoma endometrium, Carcinoma breast, Carcinoma prostate, and Carcinoma
of colon with increased morbidity and a reduction in overall quality of
life Objective: The aim of present study was to study the clinical profile, the pulmonary function test in obese individuals. Material and Method: The study group, comprised100 obese individuals, aged between 18 -60years. They were subjected to Pulmonary function test, and compare with control groups, were significantly modulated, statistically by using student’s test. Result: significantly decreased Pulmonary function test and were found to be significantly increased among overweight and obese individuals (P-.000). Conclusion: We concluded that regular physical activity, good eating habits and high intake of diet rich in fiber and non-starchy foods have been recommended as preventive factors against overweight and obesity.

Keywords: Overweight, obese, Pulmonary Function Test.


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