This paper is published in Volume-5, Issue-5, 2019
Area
Public Health
Author
Komal Preet
Co-authors
Suchpreet Kaur, Dr. Neelam Kaur, Dr. Davinder Singh
Org/Univ
Eternal University, Sirmaur, Himachal Pradesh, India
Pub. Date
20 September, 2019
Paper ID
V5I5-1171
Publisher
Keywords
Non-communicable disease, Prevalence, Clinical parameter, Risk factors, Community-based assessment checklist

Citationsacebook

IEEE
Komal Preet, Suchpreet Kaur, Dr. Neelam Kaur, Dr. Davinder Singh. Prevalence and risk factors of non -communicable disease among population attending medical camp organized by Ayush Healthcare in Bakhtawarpur, Delhi, International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, www.IJARIIT.com.

APA
Komal Preet, Suchpreet Kaur, Dr. Neelam Kaur, Dr. Davinder Singh (2019). Prevalence and risk factors of non -communicable disease among population attending medical camp organized by Ayush Healthcare in Bakhtawarpur, Delhi. International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology, 5(5) www.IJARIIT.com.

MLA
Komal Preet, Suchpreet Kaur, Dr. Neelam Kaur, Dr. Davinder Singh. "Prevalence and risk factors of non -communicable disease among population attending medical camp organized by Ayush Healthcare in Bakhtawarpur, Delhi." International Journal of Advance Research, Ideas and Innovations in Technology 5.5 (2019). www.IJARIIT.com.

Abstract

An unhealthy lifestyle that includes exposure of an individual to risk factors such as smoking and alcohol with lack of physical activity and hereditary characteristics of some diseases may lead to non communicable disease which is currently the leading cause of preventable death and disability in India and the four major identified non communicable disease(NCDs) are diabetes, chronic respiratory disease, cardiovascular disease(heart attacks and strokes) and cancer. NCDs are the leading cause of death, accounting for over 60% of all mortality cases in India placing them ahead of communicable disease, Maternal, prenatal and nutritional conditions (WHO 2014). India being the populous country of about 1.3 billion, contributes more than 2/3rd of total death due to NCDs (WHO, 2014; united nation statistics division). Methods-A cross-sectional study was carried out in July 2019 in the population above 30 years of age attending the medical check-up camp organized by Ayush Healthcare, BakhtawarPur, Delhi. A quantitative approach was used to assess the population. Sample Size was 50 and used a convenient sampling technique. Data collection tool was CBAC form of NPCDCS containing 6 parameters to assess population under having the risk of NCDs & clinical examination was done using BP apparatus, Glucometer, height and weight measurement. The method of data collection was the Clinical examination and interview technique. Data was entered and analyzed using SPSS version 21.0. Conclusion-Prevalence of risk of NCD using CBAC was found to be significantly associated with family history (P= 0.001 ODR=14) ,physical activity (P=0.003, ODR=15.1 ) and smoking (P=0.02) , RBS (P =0.002, ODR=10.6), systolic BP (P=0.04 ODR=5). When Clinical parameters were used to identify the risk of having NCD, it was found that variable like sex (P=0.03 ODR=0.2), family history (P=0.01, ODR=9.5) , waist measurement (P=0.02) , BMI (P=0.01 ODR=0.69) , RBS (P=0.02 ODR=0.69) Systolic BP (P<0.001 , ODR=0.47) and diastolic BP (P<0.001, ODR = 0.56) were statistically associated with risk of NCD.
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