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نوع مدرک : TF
زبان مدرک : فارسی
شماره رکورد : 67012
شماره مدرک : ‭پ۵۳۵۰۵‬
شماره راهنما : ‭آ۳۶۹‬
سر شناسه : معتمد، سودابه
عنوان اصلي : مقایسه دریافت مواد مغذی بین افراد مبتلا به سندرم متابولیک و افراد غیرمبتلا در شهر مشهد
نام عام مواد : [پایان‌نامه]
نام نخستين پديدآور : /سودابه معتمد
نام ساير پديدآوران : ؛استاد راهنما: مجید غیور مبرهن ، محمد صفریان
نام ساير پديدآوران : ؛استاد مشاور: عبدالرضا نوروزی ، حبیب الله اسماعیلی
عنوان ديگر : عنوان به انگلیسی‭Comparison of nutrient intake between metabolic syndrome patients and normal subjects :‬
وضعيت نشر : دانشگاه علوم پزشکی مشهد، ‭۱۳۹۱‬، دانشکده پزشکی
صفحه شمار : ‮‭[۱۴۶]‬ ص.‬:مصور
يادداشت : چکیده فارسی ، چکیده انگلیسی
يادداشت : چاپی
خلاصه يا چکيده : ‭Whitney. Logistic regression was used to find a relationship between nutrient intake with the metabolic syndrome across quintile of nutrient intake. Results: Men and women showed similar mean ages (47.9 -parametric test, Mann-test and non-sectional study, 3800 subjects (1695 subjects with metabolic syndrome and 1935 subjects without metabolic syndrome), participated in the MASHAD Study, were selected. Dietary intake of participants was assessed by 24 hour recall and Dietplan6 software. Comparison of nutrient intake between two groups was performed using independent t-Background: Metabolic syndrome is a clustering of metabolic disorders included, dyslipidemia, hypertension, obesity and impaired glucose metabolism. Little information exists regarding the relationship between nutrient intake and the metabolic syndrome. The aim of this study was to compare nutrient intake between metabolic syndrome patients and apparently normal subjects. Method: In this cross‬▒‭7.6 and 49.1‬ ▒‭7.8 years). As expected, clinical parameters were less favorable in the subset of subjects with metabolic syndrome. In this study, the mean calory intake in men with metabolic syndrome was 164.7 Kcal higher than normal subjects (p<0.001), as well as all macronutrients and some micronutrients intake (p<0.001). In women crude intake of fat (p<0.01), saturated fatty acid (p<0.05), monounsaturated fatty acid (p<0.01), copper, retinol (p<0.05), vitamin E, B12 (P<0.01) were higher in women without metabolic syndrome. After adjusting for total energy intake, we observed a significant differences in total fat and vitamin E intake between two groups in women(p<0.05). Conclusion: In this study caloric intake in men with metabolic syndrome was higher than normal subjects. And energy adjusted of total fat and vitamin E intake was higher in women without metabolic syndrome. No difference in other nutrients could be due to inefficient definition of metabolic syndrome in the Iranian population. Or possibly patients according to their awareness of the disease have modified their diet. Or probably there is no association between nutrient intake and metabolic syndrome. More studies are needed to find a relationship between metabolic syndrome and nutrients intake. Key words: Metabolic syndrome, 24 hour recall, Macronutrients, Micronutrients‬
 
 
 
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