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AGE-RELATED BLOOD BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES (LIPID METABOLISM) IN HEALTHY YOUNG AND MATURE MEN LIVING UNDER THE NORTH CONDITIONS


DOI: https://doi.org/10.51620/0869-2084-2021-66-12-728-732

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Metabolic disorders (dyslipidemias) are currently crucial since they develop cardiovascular diseases. The work was aimed at studying age dynamics and its correlation with severity of dyslipidemia in basic lipid metabolism variables (in different age groups). Materials and methods: Examinees were Caucasians born and permanently residing in Magadan region: 55 mature men and 147 young men (mean ages were 36.8±0.8 and 18.7±0.8 yr, respectively). Blood serum lipid metabolism was examined by colorimetric and photometric method using AU 680 (Beckman Coulter, USA). Results: The data of obtained lipidogram showed dependence of rise in all indicators on subjective older age with higher percentage of dyslipidemia and increase in calculated indices reflecting degree of the lipid profile atherogenicity. Conclusion: Overall, the North study revealed a safer lipid profile in group of younger men, while biochemical picture of older residents demonstrated increased values. Lipid atherogenicity is a very alarming factor in developing cardiovascular diseases, and a predictor of risks for metabolic syndrome.


Для цитирования: Аверьянова И.В. Возрастные изменения биохимических показателей крови (липидный обмен) у здоровых юношей и мужчин, проживающих в условиях Севера. Клиническая лабораторная диагностика. 2021; 66 (12): 728-732. https://doi.org/10.51620/0869-2084-2021-66-12-728-732

For citation: Averyanova I.V. Age-related blood biochemical changes (lipid metabolism) in healthy young and mature men living under the North conditions. Klinicheskaya Laboratornaya Diagnostika (Russian Clinical Laboratory Diagnostics). 2021; 66 (12): 728-732. (in Russ.) https://doi.org/10.51620/0869-2084-2021-66-12-728-732

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