Event Title

High Blood Pressure (HBP) at Young People and Sports Activities

Session

Medical, Dental and Pharmaceutical Sciences

Description

. The point of the work was to research the presence and prevalence of high blood pressure at school youths in our place, compared with the results of the foreign authors. Medical studies have showed that a regular participation in sport can induce reduction for the systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The blood pressure begins to lower 3 weeks after the sport training, but it often takes at least 6 months to judge its effectiveness. There have been examined 1201 scholars of secondary schools in Prishtinë 43 of them had had normal high or limited blood pressure which compared to the age of scholars was taken as HBP, and 80 of them had had different degrees of HBP, total 123 or 10.24% of scholars had had HBP. At every examined scholar has been taken the address, age, sex, height, weight, has been calculated body area, has been measured the blood pressure, pulse/min. Also there has been taken the family anamnesis connected to the HBP, anamnesis connected to the added use of salt in food, smoking, and knowledge of the presence of the disease, the use of therapy and the lasting of the disease. Depending on the area of living most of the scholars with HBP are from town. Depending on the sex there is a small difference of prevalence at males. Depending on the age of the scholars, HBP shows a visible variability with higher frequency at the age of 17. Based on the family anamnesis of all examined, 108 had had positive anamnesis at parents, where 58 or 53.70% of them had been with HBP, and from 1093 of all examined that had had negative anamnesis, only 65 or 5.95% of them had been with HBP. At the scholars with positive anamnesis connected to the added use of salt in food there is a bigger prevalence of HBP. At 35 scholars with positive anamnesis, 24 or 68.57% had been with HBP, but at the scholars with negative anamnesis this prevalence is only 8.49%.

Keywords:

Blood pressure, sports

Session Chair

Salih Krasniqi

Session Co-Chair

Besnik Elshani

Proceedings Editor

Edmond Hajrizi

ISBN

978-9951-437-69-1

Location

Pristina, Kosovo

Start Date

27-10-2018 9:00 AM

End Date

27-10-2018 10:30 AM

DOI

10.33107/ubt-ic.2018.363

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High Blood Pressure (HBP) at Young People and Sports Activities

Pristina, Kosovo

. The point of the work was to research the presence and prevalence of high blood pressure at school youths in our place, compared with the results of the foreign authors. Medical studies have showed that a regular participation in sport can induce reduction for the systolic and diastolic blood pressure. The blood pressure begins to lower 3 weeks after the sport training, but it often takes at least 6 months to judge its effectiveness. There have been examined 1201 scholars of secondary schools in Prishtinë 43 of them had had normal high or limited blood pressure which compared to the age of scholars was taken as HBP, and 80 of them had had different degrees of HBP, total 123 or 10.24% of scholars had had HBP. At every examined scholar has been taken the address, age, sex, height, weight, has been calculated body area, has been measured the blood pressure, pulse/min. Also there has been taken the family anamnesis connected to the HBP, anamnesis connected to the added use of salt in food, smoking, and knowledge of the presence of the disease, the use of therapy and the lasting of the disease. Depending on the area of living most of the scholars with HBP are from town. Depending on the sex there is a small difference of prevalence at males. Depending on the age of the scholars, HBP shows a visible variability with higher frequency at the age of 17. Based on the family anamnesis of all examined, 108 had had positive anamnesis at parents, where 58 or 53.70% of them had been with HBP, and from 1093 of all examined that had had negative anamnesis, only 65 or 5.95% of them had been with HBP. At the scholars with positive anamnesis connected to the added use of salt in food there is a bigger prevalence of HBP. At 35 scholars with positive anamnesis, 24 or 68.57% had been with HBP, but at the scholars with negative anamnesis this prevalence is only 8.49%.