More and more locations across the country have launched the SZÍVSN screening campaign, as our coordinators and the population are becoming more active and health conscious, with places filling up in no time. And the results are very much showing: the programme can be a life-saver, but in the vast majority of cases, problems requiring further investigation and care have been identified by our specialists. Our programme is also unique in that our participants are not left on their own, we can refer them to the right specialist if they need one.
Screenings in the City Centre Date Total Women Men High blood sugar High cholesterol High blood pressure Heart rhythm disorder Obesity
Apr 16 55 46 9 Women: 1 Women: 36 Women: 16 Women: 3 Women: 10
Men:0 Men: 3 Men: 3 Men: 2 Men: 2
21 May 46 34 12 Women:7 Women:7 Women:7 Women:11 Women:0 Women:5
Men:1 Men:2 Men:2 Men:2 Men:0 Men:4
11 Jun 25 16 9 Women:Women:6 Women:5 Women:0 Women:1
Men:1 Men:6 Men:0 Men:2 Men:1
126 96 30
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After questioning those presenting with high blood glucose: dietary advice, invitation to a SURSN lecture and regular blood glucose monitoring were suggested.
For those with high cholesterol, we suggested dietetic advice and later a follow-up check-up, and the contact details of the SZÍVSN gymnastics group were provided.
People with hypertension were provided with a blood pressure diary and taught the correct technique for measuring blood pressure.
For those with arrhythmia, we initiated Holter testing.
We invited all those who came for screening to the next online HEART screening and made them aware of our website www.szivsn.hu.
GENDER (54) MALE: 23 FEMALE: 31
HYPERTONIA 7 5
HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA 5 3
RITMUSCAVAR 2 VES-k –
HEART DISEASE – – –
OBESITY 2 1
ELEVATED BLOOD SUGAR 3 –
12 persons Hypertensive
8 people borderline Hypertensive, they will be put on ABPM this week and next week.
3 high cholesterol
5 borderline cholesterol, 8 were sent for further lab tests (HDL, LDL, Triglycerides) and some were given dietary advice.
We also found 3 with elevated blood glucose, scheduled further tests and provided some with lifestyle advice.
We found 3 obese people and gave them all the help they needed to lose weight.
We also recalled those with abnormal values for dietary advice.
22 PEOPLE WERE OVER 50
SEX (60) MALE:23 FEMALE:37
HYPERTONIA 8 8
HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA 6 16
ARRHYTHMIA 1 (VES) 2 (VES)
HEART DISEASE 4 KNOWN CARED FOR PCI 3 ISZB KNOWN CARED FOR
OBESITY 7 2
ELEVATED BLOOD SUGAR 2 3
Elevated cholesterol: 22 people. 5 were aware of it, the rest were given an educational lecture, given information, referred to a dietician.
Elevated blood glucose: 2 of 5 knew (treated), 3 referred to diabetology.
Hypertensive: 16 people, no extreme values. Blood pressure diary given, referred to GP. We explained the options before prescribing medication. We asked for feedback after 1 month. 4 people were given ABPM appointments.
Obesity: 9 patients. We gave them dietary advice, exercise advice, we gave them diffusers. Dietary help was offered.
ECG: no arrhythmia. 3 patients had frequent VES, they were booked for Holter examination.
35 PATIENTS WERE OVER 50
SEX (60) MALE: 26 FEMALE: 34
HYPERTENSION 19 5
HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA 2 6
RITMUSCAR 2 VESs 2 VESs
HEART DISEASE 4 KNOWN 2 KNOWN
OBESITY 9 4
ELEVATED BLOOD SUGAR 9 5
Hypertensive patients 24 of which were extremely high 1. They were given blood pressure logs, they were noted for ABPM. The patient with extreme high was given medication and recalled for follow-up. All patients were informed about the correct technique of blood pressure measurement, the possibilities of natural blood pressure reduction.
High cholesterol was found in 8 patients, who were given dietary advice. A follow-up laboratory test was recommended.
In 4 patients we saw multiple VES on ECG.
Sinus tachycardia was recorded in 2 patients (110/min). HOLTER study was initiated.
Obesity was seen in 13 patients. They were counselled.
Elevated blood glucose was recorded in 14, 4 were referred to diabetologist . 10 were known to have diabetes but did not adhere to diet.
16 were only over 50 years old
SEX (60) MALE: 30 FEMALE: 30
HYPERTONIA 5 6
HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA 3 1
RITMUSCAR 1 atrial fibr. new
HEART CONDITION 2 known 8 known
OBESITY 12 8
MEDICATED BLOOD SUGAR 2 of which 1 known 1
11 of these were hypertensive, 2 were extremely high and were not on medication and did not know it.
3 were newly diagnosed with hypertension. 6 patients with Hypertension, All patients were informed about the correct technique of blood pressure measurement, the possibilities of natural blood pressure reduction.
High cholesterol was found in 4 patients, who were given dietary advice. A follow-up laboratory test was recommended.
In 1 person, fresh atrial fibrillation was found, anticoagulant th was started. He was uncomplaining, returned the next day with rhythm restored.
Obesity in 20 patients, dietetic advice was given, 3 extremely obese young patients were recalled to our dietitian on Tuesday.
Elevated blood glucose was noted in 3 patients of which 1 was known. 2 were given dietary advice and referred to the Diabetic Care Unit.
37 people under 50 years of age (16 men, 21 women)
Over 50 years 23.
I have prepared the statistics, here was a nordic walking meeting, Slightly older age group was 70 percent. However, there were also atrial fibrillation patients who had had an incarct,
50 participants, 11 men
High blood pressure: 1 male
High blood pressure: 1 male, 7 female
Cholesterol above 7: 2 male, 6 female
BMI over 30: 4 men, 9 women
One of the ladies who had a heart attack won the blood pressure monitor in the draw.
Number of people who attended the screening: 49, 23 of whom were men.
High blood pressure: 2 male, 1 female
Blood sugar above 8: 1 male
Cholesterol above 7: 2 men and 1 woman
arrhythmia: 1 female atrial fibrillation + stem block
BMI over 30: 7 male, 5 female
21 PSA measurement, mildly positive PSA: 3 ffi
A total of 40 women and 11 men attended the screening.
High blood pressure: 26 persons, 4 of whom had no known disease
High cholesterol: 12 persons
High blood sugar: 14 people, of whom 1 had no known diabetes
Newly diagnosed :
1 person with novum PF
1 person with secunder repolarization disorder
High blood pressure: 5 persons
High cholesterol: 1 person (one was taking medication for it, but it was within reference range 🙂
High blood sugar: 4 persons
SZIVSN – Summary of screening of 52 persons among the staff of the Cardiovascular Centre Miskolc 2023 – June -25 Coordinators: Szabolcsné Bárdos and Tímea Üveges
Screening total 52 persons Female / 45 persons / Male / 7 persons /
Demographics: Female Male
18-30 years old 13 persons 2 persons
31-50 years old 18 persons 4 persons
51-60 years old 14 persons 1 person
Cholesterol: 11 women abnormal 4 men abnormal
3.2 – 5.1 mmol/l 34 people 3 people
5.2 – 6.5 mmol /l 4 people 4 people
6.6 – 7.8 mmol/l 7 people
Obesity: Female Male
Normal BMI: 22-26 17 persons 1 person
Overweight BMI: 26-30 12 persons 4 persons
Obese BMI: 31-35 10 persons 2 persons
Extremely obese BMI: 35 < 6 persons
18-30 years 31-50 years 51-60 years
Overweight BMI: 26-30 6 persons 4 persons 6 persons
Obese BMI: 31-35 5 persons 4 persons 3 persons
Extremely obese BMI: 35 < 1 person 3 persons 2 persons
Blood pressure: Age and sex adjusted, both blood pressure values and heart rates within normal range.
Blood glucose: Non-fasting blood glucose values were measured for the workers, and results ranging from 3.5 to 8.9 mmol/l were recorded. No abnormally high values were observed.
In terms of gender, the participation rate of women was 86.5% compared to 13.5% for men, therefore it is not possible to differentiate and draw conclusions among the male sex. Thus, we apply our statistics overall. In cholesterol result, it was observed that 28% had elevated lipid levels, most of which are known but untreated. It is striking to see that among the high risk factors, obesity won the first place. 65% of our employees have obesity, of which 75% are overweight, 29% obese and 17% extremely obese, so we also analysed our top ranking by age. The table illustrates that there is no significant difference by age group in either overweight, obesity or extreme obesity.
IFI, CSN Szeged 127 persons
A total of 127 people participated in the screening, 89 women and 38 men.
16 patients had arrhythmia, a good part of them VES or arrhythmia, but one elderly lady had atrial fibrillation, she was not anticoangulated, so she was treated with prescription by our doctor on the spot. 2 cases of LBBB and 2 cases of AV block were diagnosed. They were referred for GP follow-up and specialist clinic.
- We measured cholesterol levels above 7 in 5 patients, 23 patients with suboptimal values, sent for GP check-up and blood tests after dietary advice
-12 patients with extreme obesity.
-30 patients were referred to the cardiologist on site.
-Each patient was discharged personally by myself or a graduate nurse colleague with some good advice, accompanied by a printed document (cholesterol lowering, diabetic diet, weight loss diet, advice on non-pharmacological blood pressure lowering options, smoking cessation advice, Saxenda suggestion, risks of vascular insufficiency), if all results were positive, I reminded the patient of the importance of further regular screening
- Many patients had their blood pressure just on the borderline or slightly above, were provided with a blood pressure diary and a leaflet on the correct way to measure blood pressure, advised on non-pharmacological methods of blood pressure control, and referred to their GP for a check-up with a correct blood pressure diary
-We had to reduce blood pressure on the spot with medication for two patients.
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