Characteristics of Cardiovascular Diseases of Hospital Patients Regional Em Garanhuns – PE


Characteristics of Cardiovascular Diseases of Hospital Patients Regional Em Garanhuns – PE


Freitas JMM1, Pacheco ICO1, Lopes LGF2, Bezerra PB3

Specialization in Medical-Surgical Multidisciplinary Residency of the Internalization and Health Care, Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE)1. Garanhuns – PE, Making Master’s Degree in Gerontology for the Federal University of Pernambuco /UFPE2. Making Master’s Degree in Child and Adolescent the Federal University of Pernambuco /UFPE3.


Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy-2d Code

To determine the profile of patients treated at the Regional Hospital of Garanhuns/PE affected by cardiovascular disease, check the socioeconomic condition, lifestyle and consumer atherogenic foods. A descriptive cross-sectional study, we assessed 42 patients aged 18 to 100 years. As a research tool used a questionnaire alimetar consumption, with questions about intake of foods rich in saturated fats, cholesterol and another to assess socioeconomic status, physical activity, alcohol consumption and smoking. Prevailed females 57.1 %, socioeconomic class type D 59.5 %. Sedentary lifestyle was present in 69 % of subjects, smoking 52.4 % and 26.2% alcohol. Foods high in cholesterol highlights a consumption frequency weekly as fatty meats 73.8 %. The findings demonstrate the need to strengthen health education in primary care.


Keywords: Cardiovascular Diseases, Hospital Patients, Em Garanhuns – PE

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