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Korean Journal of Epidemiology 1987;9(2): 193-204.
서울시 일부 직장인들의 정기 신체검사의 건강실태
윤희섭, 전인숙
The health status reflected on annual routine physical examination for employees of an enterprise in Seoul
Hi Seop Yoon, In Suk Chon
Abstract
This study is to compare the frequency and to show epidemiologic characteristics of the diseases prevaling in the occupational society by analyzing the results of routine physical examination for employees. Attention of this study, especially, has been paid to hypertension and diabetes mainly affecting and becoming causes of labor loss. The results were as follows: 1) The diseases appearing to the persons who are engaging in occupations were as follows: hypertension 6.8%, liver disease 5.5%, kidney disease 3.4%, anemia 1.5%, diabetes 1.3%, syphilis 1.1%, pulmonary tuberculosis 0.7%, other disease 0.9% 2) The mean of systolic-diastolic blood pressure showed increasing trend as getting older. Mean of blood pressure in man (123.0/82.0 mmHg) was rather higher than that in woman (112.1/74.7 mmHg). 3) Prevalence of hypertension increased as getting older, prevalence of hypertension in man (11.1%: standardization rate 8.3%)was higher than in woman (1.4%: standardization rate 2.5%). 4) The mean of cholesterol in man was 185.7±39.1 mg/dl and that in woman was 165.9±32.9 mg/dl. Low cholesterol level was more in woman than in man, and high cholesterol level was more in man than in woman. 5) In relations between hypertension and cholesterol, the frequency of hypertensive group showed increasing trend as being high cholesterol level. 6) In relations between hypertension and urine protein, the positive rate of urine protein was higher in hypertensive group than in normal group. 7) Blood sugar level showed increasing trend as getting older. The mean of blood sugar in man (96.6± 23.9mg/dl) was higher than in woman (88.4±12.3mg/dl). Low blood sugar level was more in woman than in man and high blood sugar level was more in man than in woman. 8) The positive rate of urine sugar showed increasing trend as getting older and as being high blood sugar. 9) In relations between blood sugar and cholesterol, the rate of high cholesterol increased as being high blood sugar. 10) In relations between cholesterol and the positive rate of urine sugar, the positive rate of urine sugar increased as being high cholesterol.
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