فراوانی سندرم متابولیک و ارتباط آن با استرس شغلی در پرسنل بهداشتی درمانی در یک بیمارستان آموزشی درمانی در سال ۲۰۱۶

فراوانی سندرم متابولیک و ارتباط آن با استرس شغلی در پرسنل بهداشتی درمانی در یک بیمارستان آموزشی درمانی در سال ۲۰۱۶

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سندرم متابولیک مجموعه ای از اختلالات متابولیک از قبیل هیپرتری گلیسریدمی،کاهش کلسترول HDL ، هیپرگلیسمی و هیپرتانسیون و چاقی مرکزی می باشد. شیوع آن در حال افزایش است و فرد را در معرض عوارض جدی قلبی-عروقی، کلیوی و کبدی قرار می دهد. در دهه های اخیر، سندرم متابولیک یکی از مهمترین عوامل خطر سلامت عمومی است. با در نظر داشتن این موضوع، مطالعه ی حال حاضربه منظور بررسی فراوانی سندرم متابولیک و عوامل خطر مرتبط با آن در کارکنان مراقبت های بهداشتی انجام شده است.
مواد و روش ها: این مطالعه یک مطالعه مقطعی است که بر روی 410 نفر از کارکنان بهداشتی درمانی در یک بیمارستان آموزشی در ایران انجام شده است. مشخصات دموگرافیک، شغلی و روان شناختی با استفاده از پرسشنامه سنجیده شد. ارزیابی سندرم متابولیک کارکنان بیمارستان در حین بررسی پزشکی در محل کار انجام شد.
نتایج: فراوانی سندرم متابولیک در این مطالعه 4/22٪ بود. رابطه ی معنی داری بین فشار خون بالا و استرس شغلی یافت شد، علیرغم وجود ارتباط معنی دار بین سندرم متابولیک و استرس شغلی. سن بالاتر، داشتن کار شیفتی و عدم فعالیت فیزیکی با سندرم متابولیک همراه بود.
بحث: با توجه به فراواني سندرم متابوليك در بين كاركنان بهداشتي درمانی در ايران، پيشنهاد مي شود كه مديريت موثر براي اصلاح عوامل شغلي و رواني- اجتماعي مرتبط با اين سندرم كاربردبه کار برده شود.
 
كليد واژه ها :
 سندرم متابوليك، استرس شغلي، كاركنان بهداشتي.
 
 
مشخصات دانشجو:
نام:  الناز نیازی
رشته تحصيلي: طب کار
 مقطع:  تخصصی پزشکی
                  گروه آموزشي : طب کار  
             پست الكترونيك دانشجو: elnaz.niyazi@gmail.com                                                      
اساتيد راهنما و داور:
استاد راهنما : دکتر نازنین ایزدی
   اساتيد مشاور   : دکتر امید امینیان  ، دکتر مریم سرایی
اساتيد داور: دکتر غلامرضا پوریعقوب  ، دکتر بنفشه آل محمد
زمان دفاع :
   روز  : دوشنبه       تاريخ : ۹۷-۰۱-۲۷        ساعت: ۱۴
مكان دفاع به آدرس  : دانشکده پزشکی دانشگاه علوم پزشکی تهران گروه طب کار
اطلاعات به زبان انگليسي
Title:
Frequency of metabolic syndrome and its associated factors in health care workers  
 
Abstract:
Background: In recent decades, metabolic syndrome is one of the most important public health risk factors. Having this in mind, the present study was conducted to evaluate the frequency of metabolic syndrome and its associated risk factors in healthcare workers.
Method: This study is a cross-sectional study conducted on 410 healthcare workers in a teaching hospital in Iran. Demographic, occupational, and psychosocial characteristics were assessed using questionnaire. Assessment of metabolic syndrome of hospital staff was performed at workplace during their medical examination.
Results: The frequency of metabolic syndrome was found to be 22.4%. This relationship was found among blood pressure and occupational stress, despite the fact that there was no significant relationship between metabolic syndrome and occupational stress. Higher age, having shift work, and inactivity were associated with metabolic syndrome.
Conclusion: Considering the high frequency of metabolic syndrome among Iranian healthcare workers, it is advised that effective management should be employed to correct the occupational and psychosocial factors associated with this syndrome.
 
Keywords:

 Metabolic syndrome, occupational stress, health care workers.

 
 
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عنوان مقاله
Frequency of metabolic syndrome and its associated factors in health care workers 
 
 نويسندگان:   
Elnaz niazi1, Maryam Saraei2, Omid Aminian3, Nazanin Izadi4,*
1 Occupational medicine specialist, MD, Center for Research on Occupational Disease, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
2 Assistant professor of occupational medicine, MD, Center for Research on Occupational Disease, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
3 professor of occupational medicine, MD, Center for Research on Occupational Disease, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.
4 Associate professor of occupational medicine, MD, Center for Research on Occupational Disease, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran.

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