STATUS OF LIPID PARAMETERS IN ACUTE CORONARY VACULAR DISEASE PATIENTS WITH NO OTHER COMPLEMETNARY DISEASE

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Muhammad Asif
Atif Ullah
Seemi Tabassum

Abstract

Objective: To find out the status of lipid profile in acute coronary vascular disease (acute myocardial infarction) patients.


Material& Method: This was a cross-sectional descriptive study conducted at Pathology Department Bacha Khan Medical Complex Swabi. The duration of this was one year from February 2019 to January 2020. Total one hundred& twenty patients were enrolled for this study. Lipid profile (total cholesterol, triglyceride, LDL-C) were performed by auto-chemistry analyzer and the relevant data was entered in the predesigned Proforma.


Results: One hundred and twenty (120) patients were included in this study. The data was entered into the software SPSS-VERION 22 for statistical analysis. Descriptive statistic was used for age, gender and profession. Male were 63.3% and female were 36.6%. Age ranges from 26 to ? 70 with mean ± 12.3. Occupational wise 16.6% were jobless, 38.3% were government servant, 25% were business class and 20% were house wives. Fifty nine (49.1%) patients have raised total cholesterol level with a p-value < 0.001 and LDL-C was elevated in 60 (50) patients while HDL-C was decreased in 55(45.8%) patients with p-value >0.0.5


Conclusion: From the results it has been concluded that deranged lipid profile contributes to the major risk factors for acute myocardial ischemic/infarction attack

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