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大專學生身體質量指數與血脂肪、血液流動力學之相關性

Correlation between Body Mass Index, Lipidemia and Hemodynamics among College Students

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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to bring the problems of chronic diseases to the attention of college students by investigating the correlation of such diseases with body mass index, lipidemia and hemodynamics. This was carried out at a health examination of college students. Methods: Freshmen and transfer students attending an Yilan county university were identified anonymously at a health examination. The collected data included age, gender, body height, body weight, body mass index, total cholesterol, triglyceride level and hemodynamics. These were analyzed using the independent-samples t-test, one way ANOVA, the chi-square test and the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient. Results: A total of 666 male and 314 female college students were included in this study. The total cholesterol values of female students were significantly higher than those of the male students, but the triglyceride levels of male students were significantly higher than those of the female students. All hemodynamic values obtained from the male students were significantly higher than those obtained from the female students. Body mass index, triglyceride level, systolic pressure and pulse pressure were all significant difference between the genders, with p values of <0.001 for body mass index and gender, triglyceride and gender, systolic pressure and gender and pulse pressure and gender. Total cholesterol, triglyceride levels, systolic pressure and mean arterial pressure were all positively correlated with body mass index having p values of <0.001 for body mass index and total cholesterol, <0.001 for body mass index and triglyceride <0.05 for body mass index and systolic pressure and <0.05 for body mass index and mean arterial pressure. Conclusions: Hemodynamics and lipidemia increased as body mass index increased and there was an obvious correlation between body weight and hemodynamics, and between body weight and lipidemia. These findings indicate that body weight might be a risk indicator for the hyperlipidemia and hypertension among college students.

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Objectives: The purpose of this study was to bring the problems of chronic diseases to the attention of college students by investigating the correlation of such diseases with body mass index, lipidemia and hemodynamics. This was carried out at a health examination of college students. Methods: Freshmen and transfer students attending an Yilan county university were identified anonymously at a health examination. The collected data included age, gender, body height, body weight, body mass index, total cholesterol, triglyceride level and hemodynamics. These were analyzed using the independent-samples t-test, one way ANOVA, the chi-square test and the Pearson product moment correlation coefficient. Results: A total of 666 male and 314 female college students were included in this study. The total cholesterol values of female students were significantly higher than those of the male students, but the triglyceride levels of male students were significantly higher than those of the female students. All hemodynamic values obtained from the male students were significantly higher than those obtained from the female students. Body mass index, triglyceride level, systolic pressure and pulse pressure were all significant difference between the genders, with p values of <0.001 for body mass index and gender, triglyceride and gender, systolic pressure and gender and pulse pressure and gender. Total cholesterol, triglyceride levels, systolic pressure and mean arterial pressure were all positively correlated with body mass index having p values of <0.001 for body mass index and total cholesterol, <0.001 for body mass index and triglyceride <0.05 for body mass index and systolic pressure and <0.05 for body mass index and mean arterial pressure. Conclusions: Hemodynamics and lipidemia increased as body mass index increased and there was an obvious correlation between body weight and hemodynamics, and between body weight and lipidemia. These findings indicate that body weight might be a risk indicator for the hyperlipidemia and hypertension among college students.

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body mass index lipidemia hemodynamics

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