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Abstract

IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMMUNITY PILOT CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH PROGRAM

Dr. Gilberto Quinonez P.* and Dr. Héctor Balcázar B.

ABSTRACT

Mexico is currently suffering from serious problems of obesity based on data from the national survey of health - ENSANUT – 2016[1], shows that 70% of adults aged 30-60 suffer from overweight or obesity, seven in 10 adults (prevalence combined 72.5%) continues to suffer excess weight (overweight and obesity) with respect to the number of 2012 of 71.2% The prevalence of overweight and obesity was 71.3% (overweight 38.8% and obesity 32.4%). The prevalence of abdominal adiposity was 74.0%, being higher in women (82.8%) than in men (64.5%). Over the past 12 years the mean annualized BMI percent increase was 1.3%. This increase was higher in the 2000-2006 (1%) than in the 2006-2012 (0.3%) period.[7] Of adults in Mexico, 9.17% has received a diagnosis of diabetes, with mixed results among States: 5.6% in Chiapas to 12.3% in the Federal District. Of all diabetics, 46.95% reported also diagnosis of hypertension, 4.47% history of infarction the heart and 54.46%, family history of diabetes. Teens, 0.68% has already been diagnosed with diabetes.[6] Systemic Arterial Hypertension is currently defined as finding numbers of older blood pressure 140/90 mm Hg. This is one of the diseases that most affect the world population prevalence‟s found in age and gender groups 45 to 55% in men between 45 and 70 years and 45 to 65% in women of the same age group.[8] In the next article, we present the results of a pilot cardiovascular health program and how it impacts in obesity, diabetes and hypertension in a community.

Keywords: obesity, hypertension, Diabetes.


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