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Coronary risk factors in Japan and China

by G. Stehle

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Japan.,
  • China.
    • Subjects:
    • Coronary heart disease -- Japan.,
    • Coronary heart disease -- China.,
    • Coronary heart disease -- Cross-cultural studies.,
    • Coronary Disease.,
    • Cross-Cultural Comparison.,
    • Probability.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementG. Stehle, R. Bernhardt.
      SeriesVeröffentlichungen aus der Geomedizinischen Forschungsstelle der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Supplement zu den Sitzungsberichten der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse ;, Jahrg. 1987, Supplement zu den Sitzungsberichten der Mathematisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Klass ;, Jahrg. 1987.
      ContributionsBernhardt, R.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRC685.C6 S74 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 53 p. :
      Number of Pages53
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2376531M
      ISBN 100387173927
      LC Control Number87004855

        The study found that high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and high blood glucose accounted for most of the CVD disease burden in China in That year, those three risk factors were associated, respectively, with , , and million new cases of .   Risk Factors for Stroke and Coronary Heart Disease in Japan. The most important risk factor for stroke, whether cerebral haemorrhage or cerebral infarction, is high blood pressure, although hypertension is more specific to cerebral haemorrhage than to cerebral infarction. The higher the blood pressure, the higher the risk : Hirotsugu Ueshima.

        Atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) is the leading cause of death in Korea. According to a report of published by Statistics Korea in , cerebrovascular disease and cardiovascular disease were the major/leading causes of mortality. However, it is more difficult to identify prevalence and incidence of a disease than the mortality owing to the lack of Cited by: 2. Introduction: Ischemic heart disease ranked among the leading causes of death worldwide. Several biological and genetic risk factors associated with acute coronary syndrome. By addressing the risk factors, it is possible to prevent most of the cardiovascular diseases and contribute to the reduction of complications of acute coronary : Grira Nadra, Sandesni Rihab, Lamine Ossama, Aboulkassem Sana, Ayoub Manel, El Oudi Mabrouka, Stambou.

        Introduction. The World Health Organization estimates that in , coronary heart disease (CHD) will be the leading cause of death globally, causing % of all deaths per annum and with about 80% of all cardiovascular disease deaths occurring in developing countries. 1 The INTERHEART case–control study has shown that nine modifiable risk factors account Cited by: Coronary artery diseases (CAD) known as atherosclerotic heart disease, atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, coronary heart disease (CHD), or ischemic heart disease (IHD) [1]. CAD is the largest contributor of cardiovascular diseases (CVDs) and mortality rate is due in prevalence to atherosclerosis, a chronic inflammatory condition of the arterial : Lamiaa Mageed.


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In: Coronary Risk Factors in Japan and China. Veröffentlichungen aus der Geomedizinischen Forschungsstelle der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften (Supplement zu den Sitzungsberichten der Mathematisch-naturwissenschaftlichen Klasse Jahrgang ), vol /88 / Cited by: Coronary Risk Factors in Japan and China.

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The model of trends in year coronary-event rates against risk scores and single risk factors showed a poor fit, but this was improved with a 4-year time lag for coronary events. (Ketamura A, Sato S, Kayama M, et al. Trends in the incidence of coronary heart disease and stroke and their risk factors in Japan, the AKITA-OSAKA study.

JACC ;). In this article, we review the features of the epidemiologic transition and attempt to evaluate the status of each of the different economic and geographic Cited by: Results: Based on the analysis results obtained p value indicating no relationship between risk factors for coronary heart disease with the number of coronary.

Promoting developments in the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of coronary artery disease, this reference furnishes the latest information on new and emerging risk factors for atherothrombotic vascular disorders-analyzing lipid-related and psychosocial risk factors, the genetic aspects of disease, the potential role of infection and inflammatioMissing: Japan.

Globalization of dietary practices is characterized by increased consumption of fats and sugars, 5 which is thought to increase the risk of developing CAD. 12 Urban-dwelling seems to be associated with a higher prevalence of CAD risk factors.6, 7, 8 Urbanization is occurring rapidly in many parts of the developing world.

It is estimated that by% of the population in Cited by:   The different tendencies in the changes in incidence between stroke and coronary heart disease seem to be partly due to changes in prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors among the three cohorts: severe hypertension and current smoking became significantly less frequent, while glucose intolerance, dyslipidemia, and obesity became more by:   Risk factors.

While total cholesterol levels have been decreasing in the US population, a marked increase in the Japanese population began in the s, such that by the later part of the decade, mean levels in Japanese women exceeded those in US by:   Zhang, G.

et al. Burden of ischaemic heart disease and attributable risk factors in China from to findings from the global burden of disease study. BMC Cardiovasc. Disord. 18, 18 Cited by:   AsianScientist (Jul. 24, ) – The prevalence of cardiovascular risk factors like hypertension, high cholesterol, and diabetes have been decreasing in the United States and Europe, however they appear to be on the rise in Asia, particularly Japan, according to a guest editor page published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.

Some of the CVD related risk factors in adults in China are outlined below: A quarter (25%) of the population smoke tobacco litres of pure alcohol consumed per person % have hypertension which can increase risk of heart attack, heart failure, kidney disease or stroke % adults in China are obese.

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains a leading cause of death worldwide, but age-standardized CVD death rates are decreasing steadily. In this Review, Ezzati and colleagues use the available Cited by: Increases in levels of risk factors, in particular total cholesterol and blood pressure, appear to account for a substantial amount of the age-related increase in coronary heart disease.

This themed issue highlights the perspective for the contributions of risk factors to the excess coronary heart disease mortality in populations of the Asia Cited by:. Purchase Coronary Artery Disease - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNMissing: Japan.There have been many risk factors introduced for cardiovascular diseases, especially CAD.

A majority of such risk factors are associated with culture, a shift from traditional life to machine life, nutrition, industrialization, occupation, and, in general, lifestyle changes.

In general, the risk factors of CAD are classified into modifiable and nonmodifiable : Farshid Mirzaeipour, Marjan Seyedmazhari, Amir Hosein Pishgooie, Mahsa Hazaryan.

Risk factors—things that make it more likely for a person to develop coronary heart disease—have been identified through many scientific studies. Some of the most important information about coronary heart disease risk factors has come from the Framingham Heart Study, a study of families in Framingham, by: