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Abstract

LIFESTYLE – ASSOCIATED RISK FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AMONG PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT DOCTORS (25 TO 50 YEARS). A COMPARATIVE STUDY

Madhu Tanwar* and Ankita S. Sharma

ABSTRACT

In India, out of the estimated population of more than 1.27 billion dispersed across various geographical regions, about 45 million people suffer from coronary artery disease. India will soon have the highest number of cases of cardiovascular disease in the world with an estimate of 35.9% deaths by the year 2030. Thus, the present study was done to compare the lifestyle – associated risk for cardiovascular diseases among private and government doctors (25 to 50years) residing in Delhi NCR region. The objectives of the study were to assess the anthropometric, biochemical assessment, dietary intake along with life style associated risk factors. Risk factors assessment associated with cardiovascular diseases of the subjects was done with the help of questionnaire cum interview method and to compare the risk factors and dietary intake of government and private doctors. The result showed that majority of the government and private doctors had 3 meals in a day, had no food allergy, skip meals, were non vegetarian, had no family history, and had alcohol, did not smoke, eat junk food, had 6-8 hours sleep, had fats, and there was a significant difference between the Risk factors of cardiovascular was high in private area than government area because significant difference was observed between the groups regarding disease they suffers. Most private doctors have hypertension. While government doctors represent good health index. Hence, it is concluded that lifestyle – associated risk for cardiovascular diseases among Private Doctors is high than Government Doctors.

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