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International Journal of Advanced Engineering, Management and Science


Exercise as Determinant Prevention of High Blood Pressure in Container Crane Operator

( Vol-2,Issue-6,June 2016 )

Author(s): Lestari Sri Pusparini, Denny Ardyanto W., Hari Basuki Notobroto



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Page No: 659-661
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Keywords:

Blood Pressure, Exercise, Metabolic Syndrome

Abstract:

Metabolic syndrome (Mets) is a multiple risk factor for coronary heart disease, diabetes, and several organ malfunctions that comes up from insulin resistance and metabolic dysfunctions caused of abnormal adipose deposition. One of the component criteria of metabolic syndrome is elevated blood pressure. Unhealthy lifestyle and sedentary physical activity are considered to have relationship with metabolic syndrome incidents in workers. This study aimed to analyze smoking habit, regular exercise and family’s medical history associated with blood pressure using International Diabetic Federation Criteria for Mets in a container crane operator’s population. The study was explored in a cross sectional study of 40 container crane operator. Using logistic regression for analyzing, the study found that regular exercise had significant association with blood pressure in worker adjusted with age.

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