IJCRR - Vol 07 Issue 07, April, 2015
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CARDIAC FUNCTIONS IN TOBACCO SMOKERS AND NON SMOKERS AMONG ADULT MALES IN AND AROUND SULLIA
Author: Anandkumar, Shilpa Patil, Shobith Bangera, Urban D. Souza
Background: Cigarette smoking is one of the common cause of Hypertension. Hence the present study is conducted to evaluate the effect of smoking on cardiac functions among healthy individuals as the previous studies done have conflicting results.
Objectives: To evaluate the cardiac functions among smokers and non smokers in Sullia
Methods: The present study was carried out on 100 apparently healthy male subjects included 50 smokers (study group) and 50 non – smokers (control group) in the age group of 18 to 30 years. Cardiac parameters were compared between smokers and non-smokers. Stastistical analyses was performed using student’s t-test for 2 group comparisons.
Results: In this study the effect of smoking on cardiac parameters like Resting Heart Rate(RHR), Diastolic Blood Pressure(DBP) and on Mean Blood Pressure(MBP) is negligible except on Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP) in which there is statistically significant decrease in blood pressure in smokers compared to non smokers.
Conclusion: There was significant decrease in Systolic Blood Pressure (SBP) among smokers compared to non-smokers.In the present study Blood Pressure(BP) levels in smokers was rarely recorded during or immediately after smoking when acute rises in BP occur due to nicotine induced adrenergic drive, therefore BP levels of smokers tend to be systematically underestimated. The acute rise in BP may be followed by reduction due to body’s homeostatic mechanism to maintain BP which may be attributed to rebound phenomenon and the adaptation process. Futher study has to be conducted between young and old age smokers with large sample size taking into consideration the time of sampling i.e taking the readings immediately after smoking.
Keywords: RHR, DBP, SBP, MBP
Anandkumar, Shilpa Patil, Shobith Bangera, Urban D. Souza. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF CARDIAC FUNCTIONS IN TOBACCO SMOKERS AND NON SMOKERS AMONG ADULT MALES IN AND AROUND SULLIA International Journal of Current Research and Review. Vol 07 Issue 07, April, 01-05
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