The Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Health in North China From 2006 to 2011: Results From the KaiLuan Study.
Yu Y, Dong Z, Li Y, Zhang J, Yin S, Gao X, Wu S, .
Frontiers in cardiovascular medicine. 2021; 8(): 683416

Abstract

Background: The American Heart Association (AHA) defined cardiovascular health in terms of four behaviors (smoking, diet, physical activity, body weight) and three factors (plasma glucose, cholesterol, blood pressure). By this definition, the prevalence of ideal cardiovascular health behaviors and factors is negatively correlated with all-cause mortality and risks of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases and malignancy. We analyzed the trends in cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health behaviors and factors in the population of the KaiLuan study for 2006-2011, reported the results, and provided evidence for prevention. Methods and RESULTS: We calculated the prevalence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health behaviors and factors from KaiLuan data for 2006-2007, 2008-2009, and 2010-2011. The prevalence of ideal cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health behaviors and factors is low in the KaiLuan population. CONCLUSIONS: The prevalence of ideal cardiovascular and cerebrovascular health behaviors and factors is low in the KaiLuan population. Clinical Trial Registration: http://www.chictr.org/cn/proj/show.aspx?proj=1441, unique identifier: ChiCTR-TNC-11001489. CI - Copyright (c) 2021 Yu, Dong, Li, Zhang, Yin, Gao, Wu and KaiLuan Study Investigators.



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