RISK FACTORS OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN TEACHING STAFF AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOLS OF TOMSK CITY (THE DATA FROM MULTICENTER PROSPECTIVE PREVENTION STUDY)

N. S. Karamnova, V. N. Serebryakova, I. N. Trubacheva, V. S. Kaveshnikov, V. A. Vygodin, А. М. Kalinina
2015 CARDIOVASCULAR THERAPY AND PREVENTION  
Aim. To study the prevalence of risk factors (RF) of cardiovascular diseases (CVD) in the teaching staff of primary schools in Tomsk city. Material and methods. Totally 154 teachers studied (staff of 2 general education schools of Tomsk) at the age of 21-71 y. Mean age 46,6±10,9. Response — 84%. Results. Prevalence of arterial hypertension (AH) among the staff was 51,9%, and primary onset of AH — in 3,2%. Less than a half of teachers with AH took antihypertension therapy (42,8%) and just in 15%
more » ... 8%) and just in 15% of those we found target levels of blood pressure during business day. Prevalence of smoking was 7,0%. We found a high prevalence of alimentary CVD risk factors. Two thirds of the staff were overweight (68,8%). Prevalence of excessive bodyweight was 33,1% and of obesity — 35,7%, of abdominal obesity — 40,2%. In teaching staff there was high level of hyperglycemia (12,1%), hypercholesterolemia (78,0%) and hypertriglyceridemia (32,0%). Insufficient physical activity was noted in 30% of teachers. Conclusion. The main points are found for the development and implementation of preventive strategies in the group — effective control over AH and correction of alimentary-dependent RF of CVD.
doi:10.15829/1728-8800-2015-2-68-73 fatcat:pkt5u34jgvherirszs37xtjc5q