Investigation on Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease in Pilots and Analysis of Related Factors
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Jinlan Duan, Yunze Li
Objective: To investigate and analyze the risk factors of cardiovascular disease in pilots. Method: Select 170 pilots who underwent a physical examination at the outpatient department of the Aviation Medical Center of Air China's Comprehensive Security Department from February 2019 to July 2021 as the research subjects. Blood pressure, blood lipids, and uric acid were tested to compare and analyze abnormal blood pressure and normal blood pressure. There are differences in age, flight time, blood sugar, weight, and smoking habits among people with abnormal blood lipids and normal blood lipids, as well as those with abnormal uric acid and normal uric acid. Results: The age, flight time, blood glucose level, and average weight of patients with abnormal blood pressure were higher than those with normal blood pressure. The age, flight time, blood glucose level, and average weight of persons with dyslipidemia are higher than those with normal blood lipids. The age, flight time, blood glucose level, and average weight of patients with abnormal uric acid are higher than those with normal uric acid. Conclusion: When the pilot's blood pressure, blood lipids, uric acid and other indicators show abnormal levels, it is mainly affected by factors such as age, flight time, blood sugar, and average weight, which increases the risk of cardiovascular disease.
Pilot, Cardiovascular disease, Risk factors