Background and Aims : Our study aims to evaluate the association between lipid parameters and smoking status in obese patients.
Methods: 19 young obese adults (mean age 35.2 years) were examined. We collected the data of anthropometry, body composition analysis, biochemical markers, and lipid profile.
Results: We included 42.1% non-smokers, 42.1% current smokers, and 15.8% ex-smokers. The proportion of women was 68%. The average BMI was 34.0 kg/m2. Lipid parameters were comparable in three groups (median total cholesterol: 5.3 mmol/L, 5.2 mmol/L, and 5.6 mmol/L; median LDL cholesterol: 3.5 mmol/L, 3.6 mmol/L, and 3.9 mmol/L for non-smokers, current smokers, and ex-smokers, respectively). Hypercholesterolemia was found in 11 (58%) patients: 4 (50%) non-smokers and 5 (62.5%) current smokers. Hyper-LDL-C was detected in 10 (52.6%): 3 (37.5%) non-smokers and 5 (62.5%) current smokers.
Conclusions: The results of our study confirm the important contribution of smoking to dyslipidemias for young people. Further research is required to clarify the features of smoking-associated metabolic disorders. Funding: Research work was carried out at the expense of a subsidy for the implementation of the state task within FR No. 0410-2022-0005 and АSR No. 0410-2020-0003. Disclosure of Interest: None Declared
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