Relationship between Anthropometric Parameters and Lipid Profiles in University Students from Popayán (Cauca, Colombia)

Palabras clave: Jóvenes, Obesidad, Colesterol, Triglicéridos

Resumen

Introducción: El sobrepeso y la obesidad son patologías que se incrementan día a día. El objetivo de este estudio fue determinar la relación de los parámetros antropométricos con el perfil lipídico en una muestra de jóvenes universitarios, que permitiría acciones de prevención futura. Materiales y Métodos: Se realizó un estudio descriptivo y correlacional con una muestra de 182 jóvenes universitarios distribuidos en 88 mujeres y 94 hombres, a los que se les evaluó variables antropométricas y perfil lipídico. Resultados: El 46.7% de la población presentó sobrepeso con una clasificación de riesgo bajo (45,1%) para el perímetro de cintura y se encontró que el índice de adiposidad corporal fue saludable para su edad en 64,5%. Respecto al perfil lipídico, se encontraron valores normales para triglicéridos en el 60,4% de la población y valores óptimos de colesterol total en el 56%. El análisis correlacional con una significancia de p≤0,005 fue positivo para sexo con variables antropométricas como el Índice de Masa Corporal y perímetro de cintura. Discusión: Las características antropométricas están estrechamente relacionadas con el comportamiento del perfil lipídico, como lo muestra el presente estudio y las diferentes investigaciones realizadas con estudiantes universitarios. Conclusiones: Las variables antropométricas se relacionan positivamente con el género de los estudiantes universitarios, en las que se encontró una asociación con valores de colesterol total y triglicéridos lo que indica factor de riesgo en salud.

Como citar este articulo: Molano-Tobar Nancy Janneth, Villaquiran-Hurtado Andrés Felipe, Meza-Cabrera María del Mar. Relationship between Anthropometric Parameters and Lipid Profiles in University Students from Popayán (Cauca, Colombia). Revista Cuidarte. 2020; 11(2): e1079. http://dx.doi.org/10.15649/cuidarte.1079

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Nancy Janneth Molano-Tobar, Universidad del Cauca, Departamento de Educación Física, Recreación y Deporte, Popayán, Colombia

Universidad del Cauca, Departamento de Educación Física, Recreación y Deporte, Popayán, Colombia

Andres Felipe Villaquiran Hurtado, Universidad del Cauca

Universidad del Cauca, Departamento de Fisioterapia, Popayán, Colombia

María del Mar Meza-Cabrera, Universidad del Cauca, Departamento de Ciencias Quirúrgicas, Popayán, Colombia

Universidad del Cauca, Departamento de Ciencias Quirúrgicas, Popayán, Colombia

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2020-05-18
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Molano-Tobar NJ, Villaquiran Hurtado AF, Meza-Cabrera M del M. Relationship between Anthropometric Parameters and Lipid Profiles in University Students from Popayán (Cauca, Colombia). Rev Cuid [Internet]. 18 de mayo de 2020 [citado 21 de octubre de 2020];11(2). Disponible en: https://revistacuidarte.udes.edu.co/index.php/cuidarte/article/view/1079
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