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《Heilongjiang Nursing Journal》 2004-09
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Study on the Hyperglycemia and Correlative Factors in Medical Population and its Significance in Health Education

Liu Hongyan, Liang Aiping, Yang Xiaoqiu, et al. (Outpatient Service of Chinese PLA General Hospital, Beijing, 100853)  
Objective To investigate the occurrence of hyperglycemia and correlative factors in a medical population and its significance in the health education. Methods The serum chemical analysis, ultrasonic checkup and blood cell form data of 1802 medical workers in Chinese PLA General Hospital were collected and analyzed. Results The serum alanine aminotransferase, triglyceride and cholesterol levels in the hyperglycemia group (n=74) were significantly higher than the non-hyperglycemia group (n=1008) (All P0.05). The percentages of the hypertension, hypertriglyceride, hypercholesterol and fatty liver in the hyperglycemia group were also higher than the non-hyperglycemia (All P0.05). The hyperglycemia group was with higher white blood cell count and platelet distribution width and lower mean cell hemoglobin concentration compared with the non-hyperglycemia group (All P0.05). The fast blood sugar levels in this population were correlated positively with the age, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, serum cholesterol and triglyceride, RDW-SD and PDW-SD (r=0.062~0.240, All P0.05), and which also correlated negatively with the body length, weight, hemoglobin and HCT (r=0.062~0.172, All P0.05). Conclusions The hyperglycemia cases in the medical workers were often accompanied with abnormal metabolism markers and the changes of peripheral blood cell form. That suggested the prevention and cognition of hyperglycemia and its related factors should be thought highly in the health education.
【Fund】: 中国人民解放军总医院院长基金项目 (YQ2 0 0 2 - 1 )
【CateGory Index】: R473.5
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