‘’FAMILIAL TREND AND SOCIOECONOMIC STANDING OF THE HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS ATTENDING AT CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE CLINIC’’

MOHAMMED HOSSAIN

VOLUME02ISSUE08

ABSRACT


The aim of the study was to research familial trend and socioeconomic standing of the hypertensive patients attending at the cardiovascular disease Clinic of national capital Medical faculty Hospital, Dhaka. The study amount was from Gregorian calendar month 2009 to Gregorian calendar month 2010. a complete of 417 patients were recruited of that 245 were male and 172 feminine severally, and hand-picked consecutively on the idea of outlined criteria. The analysis instrument was Associate in Nursing interviewer-administered form. For assessment of familial trend of cardiovascular disease, 1st and second degree relatives of the respondents were investigated. Results showed that majority of the respondents were educated of that twenty two.1%(n=92), 18.2%(n=76), 19.9%(83) and thirteen.7%(n=57) were secondary, higher secondary, graduate and postgraduate educated severally. In profession, 64.4%(n=111) feminine had family works, and 56.8%(n=139) male were in commission and forty one.2%(n=101) businessmen and had monthly financial gain of Tk. 10,000 to 80,000. The mean age of them was forty seven.4±6.9 years and BMI was twenty five.5±3.0 kg/m2. The organic process standing of them were traditional in forty.5%(n=169) and rest had completely different degree of deficiency disease. In deficiency disease, 53.1%(n=130) male were overweight, 2.9%(n=7) weighty and zero.8%(n=2) undernourished; and fifty one.2%(n=88) feminine were overweight, 11.0(n=19) weighty and one.2%(n=2) underfed severally.

KEYWORDS

Familial trend, Cardiovascular disease, Socio-economic standing.

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AUTHOR’S AFFILIATION

MOHAMMED HOSSAIN

Eastern Medical College Bangladesh

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