Id 1059 Analysis Of Risk Factors Of Premature Ischaemic Heart Detectable In Primary Care

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Del Valle Peña D, Esnal Amundarain H, Soraluce Ibarra N, Viguria Martínez MB, Arrieta Bernaras M, González Moya A
Spain
uxune.apalateguigomez@osakidetza.net
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Aim(s) or purpose: To determine the prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors in patients with premature ischaemic heart.
Design and method: This is a descriptive and Multicentre study conducted at 7 Centres of Primary Care. Via the computer system established in Primary Care (Osabide) were collected the data of 227 patients diagnosed with premature ischaemic heart (ICD-9). The information of patients was collected through the medical records and by telephone. Inclusion criteria: Early ischaemic heart: women Results: Data were collected from 227 patients, 71.8 % were men and 26.4 % were women. Before the ischaemic event, only in 8.4 % of the cases was calculated and recorded the cardiovascular risk; 16.7 % of patients had a family history of ischaemic heart and 38.8 % were hypertensive. Before the event, 56.3 % of patients had recorded some analytical value on the lipid profile and half of patients had normal glucose level in analytic. 45.4 % were smokers, not recorded sedentary habits in 56.8 % of the patients, the consumption of alcohol in 38.3 %, cocaine in 82.4 % and cannabis in 80.6 % of the cases. 24.8 % of patients were taking antihypertensive treatment and 17.3 % were taking lipid-lowering therapy. After ischaemic event, exception for cases already identified, 4.0 % of patients had a family history of ischaemic heart and not recorded in 59.9 % of patients. Hypertension was diagnosed in 26.0 % of patients and dyslipidaemia in 33,0 % of patients. 3.1 % were smokers, not recorded consumption of cocaine in 78.4 % of the patients nor cannabis in 78.9 % of the cases.
Conclusions: Most risk factors associated with ischaemic heart are not included in the medical record of patients (computer system and/or paper). Risk factors that fewer are recorded before and after the ischaemic event are: family history (63.9 % before the event and 59.9 % after the event) and drugs consumption.
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ID 1059
Analysis of risk factors of premature ischaemic heart detectable in primary care