Estimation of Risk Factors for Cardio vascular Diseases in urban & semi-urban population: A prospective Observational Study


Estimation of Risk Factors for Cardio vascular Diseases in urban & semi-urban population: A prospective Observational Study


C.Nithish1, R.Bhanu Prasad2, M.Rakesh Reddy2, Mahitha Reddy1

1Department of clinical Pharmacy, Chalmeda Aanad Rao Institute of medical sciences & Vaageswari college of Pharmacy, Karimnagar, India.2Department of clinical Pharmacy, BBR Super Speciality Hospital & Sri Indhu institute of Pharmacy, Hyderabad, India


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Cardiovascular diseases (coronary heart disease, stroke, peripheral arterial disease) are the major causes of morbidity and mortality in type 2 diabetes. It has been reported that 60–80% of patients with diabetes die of cardiovascular events. Hypertension and Diabetes are the major causes for the cardio vascular diseases across the world particularly in India. In present study, in our study population, we found that males are more prone to CVD. Hypertension and Alcohol intake are the leading causes of Cardiovascular Diseases .


Keywords: Cardio vascular diseases, Hypertension, Diabetes, Alcohol, smoking.

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C.Nithish, R.Bhanu Prasad, M.Rakesh Reddy, Mahitha Reddy.Estimation of Risk Factors for Cardio vascular Diseases in urban & semi-urban population: A prospective Observational Study. International Research Journal of Public Health, 2019; 3:34.


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