ESPE Abstracts (2015) 84 P-3-915

Comparison of Lipid Profile in Active and non Active Obese Children in Qom-Iran

Javad Shapooria & Marzieh Aghaeib


aDepartment of Endocrinology, Metabolism Hazrate Masoumeh Hospital, Qom University of Medical Sciences, Qom, Iran; bHazrate Masoumeh Hospital, Qom University of Medical Sciences, Qom, Iran


Background: Obesity and nonactivity particularly in child hood can associated in cardiovascular disease in adult hood.

Objective and hypotheses: Aim of this study was comparison of lipid profile in active and non active obese children.

Method: The participants in this study who where obese children 8–10 years, according to cut off BMI>85% percentile, that selected by cluster sampling method. After obtaining consent.they complete PAQC queastionair and divided to two groupse active and non active. Sample blood test whas taken for measure and compair level of TC, TR, HDL and LDL factores in active and non active obese. Data were analyzed byspss and in dependent Ttest, chi square test with significant level confidence at 0/05.

Results: Finding showed that the two groups active and non active were statistically diference in triglycerides (MD: 13, P=0.005),cholesterols total (MD: 34, P=0.001), LDL-cholesterols (MD: 13, P=0.002) and only HDL cholesterols (MD: 56, P=0.019) were higher in non active groupe. Also LDL/HDL=4.15, P<0.0001, TC/HDL: 4.31, P<.0001 were shown.

Conclusion: Obesity is not alone but with immobility may be a risk factor for increased lipid profile in children.

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