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Effects of Change in Body Mass Index on Change in Serum Total Cholesterol Levels among Industrial Workers
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Effects of Change in Body Mass Index on Change in Serum Total Cholesterol Levels among Industrial Workers
Yoon, Seok-Han; Lee, Myung-Jun; Cho, Young-Chae;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this study is to investigate the association of total cholesterol levels (TC) and the incidence of hypercholesterolemia in response to changes in BMI. The subjects included a total of 28,249 industrial workers (25,548 male and 2,701 female) aged 30-69 years old who had received regular medical check-ups at least once per year from 2002 to 2012 (over 11 years). Data from this period were categorized into a first term (2002-2005), middle term (2006-2009), and last term (2010-2012). Then, the average TC was stratified by BMI, which was obtained from the initial examination results of each individual. In addition, average changes in TC were analyzed by stratifying with changes in BMI over 10 years (starting in 2002). The annual occurrence rates of hypercholesterolemia stratified by BMI were further assessed in patients with normal ranges of TC. In all three terms, the average TC was significantly elevated in the obese group () compared to the low weight group () and the normal weight group (). Similarly, the group with higher BMI presented elevated rates of hypercholesterolemia compared to the groups with low BMI. In addition, increased BMI over the 10 year period significantly influenced TC. Consequently, it is suggested that evaluation and intervention for obesity control may be needed in order to manage the risk of high serum lipid levels.
 Keywords
Industrial worker;BMI;Total cholesterol;Hypercholesterolemia;
 Language
Korean
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