[PP.LB01.11] METABOLIC AND VASCULAR PROFILE IN WOMEN COHORT OF IBERICAN

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Abstract

Objective:

The overall aim of IBERICAN determine the prevalence and incidence of cardiovascular risk factors and cardiovascular events in Spain.

Objective:

The objective of this cohort is analyzed metabolic and vascular profile in women.

Design and method:

IBERICAN is a longitudinal, observational, multicenter study being including patients treated in primary care consultations in Spain.

Design and method:

The cohort according to criteria of International Diabetes Federation Task Force.

Results:

The average age of women is 57.2 ± 14.8 corresponding to 55.4%.

Results:

No differences in the prevalence of obesity (32.4% vs 33.8%, p = 0.432) were observed. However, other higher prevalence of abdominal obesity (30.1% vs 25.8%, p < 0.011) was observed.

Results:

The prevalence of metabolic syndrome was also lower (36.1% vs 40.9%, p < 0.007).

Results:

The risk vascular was low-moderate in 46.9% of women compared to 38.1% in males, p < 0.000).

Results:

Women have lower prevalence of dyslipidemia (47.6% vs 53.8%, p < 0.001) and atherogenic dyslipidemia (10.8% vs 23.7%, p < 0.000). Higher prevalence of moderate-low exercise (43.7 vs 42.8%) followed by physical inactivity (33.3 vs 25.2%), moderate exercise (18.8 vs 23.6%) and sport usually (4.2% vs 8, 4%), p < 0.000).

Conclusions:

Approximately one of every three women have abdominal obesity and obesity with low risk vascular to moderate and usually do physical activity of moderate-low, but with lipids changes with significant increase in vascular risk.

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