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Vol. 4, Issue 4 (2015)

Clinical efficiency of diet and physical exercises in patients with abdominal obesity and renal dysfunction

Author(s):
Rokutova M.K.
Abstract:
The purpose of our study was to evaluate the impact of diet and dosed physical exercises on clinical and laboratory parameters of initial renal dysfunction in patients with abdominal obesity with or without arterial hypertension (AH).
Materials and methods. The effectiveness of diet and physical activity was studied in 46 patients with abdominal obesity and initial manifestations of renal damage with or without arterial hypertension.
Results. Significant reduction (p<0.001) of body weight from 97.0 [87.5, 106.0] to 92.0 [84.0, 100.0] kg, BMI from 33.1 [31.0; 37.4] to 31.2 [29.7, 35.9] kg / m2 and other anthropometric parameters were observed in 100% of cases in the first group under the influence of diet and physical activity.
Conclusions.
The necessity diet and physical activity was substantiated in patients with abdominal obesity and renal dysfunction depending on the degree of obesity, metabolic characteristics, levels of IR.
Pages: 73-76  |  746 Views  6 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Rokutova M.K.. Clinical efficiency of diet and physical exercises in patients with abdominal obesity and renal dysfunction. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2015; 4(4): 73-76.
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