Acta Scientific Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2582-0931)

Research Article Volume 5 Issue 10

Dyslipidemia and Mortality in Young Patients Victims Of Cerebral Vascular Accident

Mohamed Lelouma Mansare1,2*, Kamadore Toure1, Moustapha Ndiaye1 and Amadou Gallo Diop1

1Department of Neurology, FANN Teaching Hospital, Dakar, Senegal
2Department of Neurology, Donka Teaching Hospital, Conakry, Guinea

*Corresponding Author: Mohamed Lelouma Mansare, Department of Neurology, FANN Teaching Hospital, Dakar, Senegal.

Received: July 27, 2021 Published: September 22, 2021

Citation: Mohamed Lelouma Mansare., et al. “Dyslipidemia and Mortality in Young Patients Victims Of Cerebral Vascular Accident". Acta Scientific Microbiology 5.10 (2021): 120-124.

Abstract

  The risk of developing a vascular event attributable to dyslipidemia is correlated with the time of exposure to abnormally high levels of cholesterols in the blood. The occurrence of this event can compromise the survival of patients. The aim of this study was to determine the death rate among young patients hospitalized for Cerebral Vascular Accident in whom dyslipidemia had been observed. The study was carried out for two years.

  Among the 609 cases of Cerebral Vascular Accident, 76 patients were between 16 and 45 years of age. They were grouped into two categories: those who presented with cerebral infarctions and those who presented with non-traumatic cerebral hemorrhages. Lipid profiles were analyzed. The cholesterol levels (C-g/l) with the following values (C-T≥2.4; C-LDL≥1.6; C-HDL <0.4 and Triglycerides≥1.5) were considered abnormal. The death rate was calculated by category of Cerebral Vascular Accident.

  Cerebral infarctions were the most predominant. The highest cumulative mortality rate (20/27) was observed in the age group of 36-45 years for the two Cerebral Vascular Accident categories. This age group corresponds to the economically productive population.

  HDL-c fraction dyslipidemia is not uncommon in young people. High rates of mortality were observed in young normally active patients who presented with dyslipidemia, sedentary lifestyle and obesity. Carrying out recommended sports activities can help to significantly reduce the occurrence of vascular events to the brain.

Keywords: Cerebral Vascular Accident; Mortality; Dyslipidemia

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Copyright: © 2021 Mohamed Lelouma Mansare., et al. This is an open-access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.



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