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Abstract Introduction: The term ‘cardio metabolic risk’ evolved from an enhanced understanding of established and emerging risk factors associated with a predisposition to cardiovascular and metabolic diseases. Aims and Objectives: To Study. Various Risk Factors among Female Patients Having Ischemic Heart Disease Patients at Tertiary Health Care Centre. Methodology: The present study was observational study of 100 female patients of diabetes mellitus(DM), hypertension(HTN), ischemic heart disease(IHD) {chronic CHD} or either in combination, either admitted in wards or following up in OPD over a period of 24 months, from December 2013 to November 2015 in Rural Tertiary Care Hospital. Statistical Analysis done by Chi-square Test. Result: out of 100 patients the youngest female was 35 years old and the oldest patient was 90 years old. Maximum number of patients 40 (40%) were in the 61-70 years of age group. Most cases (84%) are found in older >50 years (Postmenopausal group)Number of cases who were having addiction of smoking/ tobacco chewing was more among IHD cases i.e. 32 as compared to non IHD i.e. 05. Similarly number of case having raised cholesterol i.e.29, Hypertension i.e.62, Diabetes mellitus i.e. 52 and Obesity i.e. 66 were more among IHD cases than Non IHD cases. This association of Smoking, Raised cholesterol, Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus and Obesity with IHD was not statistically significant. Conclusion: Among all female patients of CHD and metabolic syndrome studied majority of patients belonged to 61 -70 years. It shows that there is an association between menopause and Cardio metabolic risk..Among various risk factors Obesity was the most common followed by hypertension and diabetes, Family history, addiction, Sedentary life style were also common.

Key Words: Ischemic heart disease(IHD), Hypertension(HTN), Diabetes mellitus(DM), Metabolic Syndrome, Type II diabetes.



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