Serum lipid metabolism cadres in the longevity of the elderly population

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HUANG Wei(Center of Medical Care, Beijing Friendship Hospital, Beijing 100050, China)
LI Min(Center of Medical Care, Beijing Friendship Hospital, Beijing 100050, China)
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Chinese Journal of Health Management
Volume 05, Issue 05, 2011
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Abstract: Objective To study the characteristics of serum lipid metabolism in cadres aged 90 and above.Methods A total of 105 in-patient cadres aged 90 and above were assigned to the longevity group,and another 85 in-patient cadres aged 60 to 80 years were used as controls.Medical history of the participants were retrospectively reviewed,and serum levels of total cholesterol(TC),triglyceride(TG),low-density lipoprotein cholesterol(LDL-C),high-density lipoprotein cholesterol(HDL-C),apoB,apoA-I,Lp(a)and body mass index(BMI)were tested.Results Compared with the control group,TC,TG,LDL-C,apoB and non-HDL-C were significantly decreased in the longevity group[3.90 +0.89 vs 4.36 ± 1.06,0.89(0.57)vs 1.16(0.69),2.35 ±0.72 vs 2.70 ±0.88,0.68 ±0.19 vs 0.75 ±0.22,2.69 ±0.79 vs 3.18 ± 1.00,respectively].However,HDL-C/TC and HDL-C/LDL-C were significantly increased in the longevity group [0.32 ±0.084 vs 0.28 ±0.082,0.52(0.22)vs 0.43(0.28),respectively].Lp(a)of the longevity group was higher than that of the control group,although no statistically significant difference was found.BMI of the longevity group was significantly lower than that of the control group.In the longevity group,the percentage of individual who were combined with hypertension,hyperglycemia,hyperlipidemia and overweight/fat was lower (24.8% vs 43.5%).Conclusions Serum lipid level is relatively lower in cadres aged 90 and above,and those who are combined with hypertension,hyperglycemia,hyperlipidemia and overweight/fat are significantly lower in this populations.

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