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AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO

Satheesh S, Mahesh P, Krishnaveni Kandasamy, Sambathkumar R.

Abstract
Aim and objectives: Study about the relationship sedentary life style associated with cardiac patients in a tertiary care hospital.
Methodology: A Prospective observational study was conducted on January to June 2017 tertiary care hospitals in Erode. The sample size we collected was 216. Patients with cardiovascular diseases both male and female patients with all age groups were included in the study. Patients having family history and out patients were excluded from the study. The data was collected from case sheets of hospitalized patients and direct patient interview from various departments in the hospital.
Results: 249 patients are interviewed to confirm the sedentary behaviors among them 216 patients are having sedentary behaviors without any family history. Among 216 patient’s 125 patients are male and 91 female patients in that 146 patients were above 50 years. 38.6% (mean) of having sedentary behaviors like Alcohol, Smoking, and Tobacco chew. 74.53% of patients fall on non- regular physical activities. The amount of sedentary behaviors reported by this patient’s Age, Sex, Weight, Habit, Food style, Physical activities was associated with the cardiovascular diseases.
Conclusion: Patients who doesn’t having any physical activities, Irregular food style, and having habits like consuming alcohol, smoking, tobacco chew are the leading sedentary behaviors that causing cardiovascular diseases.

Key words: Keywords: Cardiac Diseases, Dietary Modifications, Physical Inactivity, Risk Factors, Sedentary Life Style Changes.


 
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SS, P M, Kandasamy K, R S. AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. IJPRT. 2022; 12(2): 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01


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SS, P M, Kandasamy K, R S. AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. https://www.ijprt.org/?mno=116283 [Access: June 25, 2022]. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01


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SS, P M, Kandasamy K, R S. AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. IJPRT. 2022; 12(2): 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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SS, P M, Kandasamy K, R S. AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. IJPRT. (2022), [cited June 25, 2022]; 12(2): 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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, S. S., P, . M., Kandasamy, . K. & R, . S. (2022) AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. IJPRT, 12 (2), 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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, Satheesh S, Mahesh P, Krishnaveni Kandasamy, and Sambathkumar R. 2022. AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. International Journal of Pharmacy Research & Technology, 12 (2), 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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, Satheesh S, Mahesh P, Krishnaveni Kandasamy, and Sambathkumar R. "AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO." International Journal of Pharmacy Research & Technology 12 (2022), 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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, Satheesh S, Mahesh P, Krishnaveni Kandasamy, and Sambathkumar R. "AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO." International Journal of Pharmacy Research & Technology 12.2 (2022), 1-9. Print. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01



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, S. S., P, . M., Kandasamy, . K. & R, . S. (2022) AN EVIDENCE BASED STUDY TOWARDS THE ASSOCIATION OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND THE SEDENTARY LIFESTYLE IN INDIAN SCENARIO. International Journal of Pharmacy Research & Technology, 12 (2), 1-9. doi:10.31838/ijprt/12.02.01





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