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The change patterns of the Clustering of metabolic syndrome
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The change patterns of the Clustering of metabolic syndrome
Kim, Young-Ran; Cheon, Hae-Kyung; Lee, Tae-Yong;
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Objective: This study examined the changes in the clustering of metabolic syndrome, and examined the distribution of a combination of clustering. Methods: The study was performed with the data from the same 1,900 people who had a medical checkup at a health clinic twice from 2009 to 2013. The subjects were divided into two groups of metabolic syndrome and non-metabolic syndrome (normal group) and examined according to the periodic changes. The related factors were examined with a cohort study. Results: The order affecting the prevalence of metabolic syndrome by the combination of metabolic syndrome constituent factors was two combinations (TG+HDL), three combinations (WC+TG+HDL), and four combination (WC+TG+HDL+BP). Conclusions: To manage these factors, public health programs will be needed and the methods to prevent metabolic syndrome should be promoted. In addition, more study on the risk factors of metabolic syndrome will be needed.
Clustering;Metabolic syndrome;TG+HDL;WC+TG+HDL;WC+TG+HDL+BP;
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