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Abstract

TO STUDY THE PREVALENCE OF DYSLIPIDEMIA IN NEW STROKE PATIENTS

Sudip Adhikari, Mahadevamma L., Ashma Pandey*, Rabin Kumar Gopali and Sabina Lamsal

ABSTRACT

Stroke is a clinical syndrome and is a major epitome of cerebrovascular disease is a rapidly developing loss of brain functions due to disturbances in the blood supply to the brain which is caused by blockage or bursting of blood vessels. Stroke is a pandemic disease that has stuck in each and every corner of the world. This was a Prospective and Observational study which was enrolled on 105 patients, 90 (85.7%) patients were having dyslipidemia and 15 (14.3%) patients were having other co-morbidities. We have taken all the age groups from 21 years to 90 years. In most of the patient’s laboratory values, lipid profile data were analyzed like TC, TG, HDL-C, LDL-C where we found HDL level is decreased to the normal value which affects the dyslipidemia patients. While observing laboratory parameters we found maximum lipid abnormalities in the age group 61-70 years with more male patients 71(67.6%) than female patients 34(32.4%) respectively. Patients with stroke were found a major risk to develop dyslipidemia which was found in maximum patients. In our study, mostly elderly patients were having more risk of developing dyslipidemia which was found maximum at age group 61-70 years in which most of them were obese and having other similar complications like HTN, IHD, Atrial fibrillation, Left Hemiplegia along the stroke. The decrease in HDL-C content was found in the majority of dyslipidemia patients. The male gender was more prone to acquire dyslipidemia compared to the female gender. During the study period, the laboratory parameter which was showing abnormalities concerning complications were well controlled during the hospital course, and the therapy was found to be effective.

Keywords: Stroke, Dyslipidemia, Cholesterol.


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