ID 112299
Title Alternative
Physical performance disorder(Locomotive syndrome)closely relates to both hypertension and diabetes mellitus which are components of metabolic syndrome
Author
Endo, Kenji Tokushima Orthopedic Association
サイトウ, ヨシロウ Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Tamura, Atsuo Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Mikami, Hiroshi Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Okada, Yuuji Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Yoshida, Shigehito Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Umehara, Takashi Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Tachibana, Keizo Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Iwase, Rokuro Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Tani, Yoshihiko Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Sugimine, Masahiko Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Nakatani, Tetsuya Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Komatsubara, Shinji Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Sakamaki, Tadanori Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Shinno, Hiroshi Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Kato, Kenji Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Saito, Shinichiro Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Kajikawa, Tomomasa Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Mima, Noriaki Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Kosaka, Hirofumi Tokushima Orthopedic Association
Keywords
physical performance disorder
elderly person
locomotive syndrome
metabolic syndrome
Hypertension
Diabetes mellitus
Hyperlipidemia
Content Type
Journal Article
Description
Locomotive syndrome is physical performance disorder in the elderly person. The physical performance disorder can become cause of metabolic syndrome. This study focused on the locomotive syndrome’s relationship to the hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and hyperlipidemia which are components of the metabolic syndrome.
To evaluate the locomotive syndrome, questionnaire score system : brand-new loco-check-score and established locomo-5-score were adopted. In the questionnaire, current medications were also listed especially about hypertension, diabetes mellitus, and hyperlipidemia. A correlation between loco-check-score and locomo-5-score was statistically evaluated by Spearman rank correlation coefficient. Moreover correlations between body mass index(BMI)and loco-check-score, BMI and locomo-5-score were statistically evaluated by Spearman rank correlation coefficient. In a health consultation event, 146 persons checked the questionnaire (mean age 72.5yo). Differences of the loco-check-score and the locomo-5-score in the hypertension-group, diabetes mellitus group, and the hyperlipidemia group were statistically evaluated by the Mann-Whitney U test respectively. Age matched persons with no medications comprised control groups.
Significant differences were observed in the hypertension group and diabetes mellitus group both in the loco-check-score and locomo-5-score systems. These two groups showed significantly high loco-check-score and locomo-5-score than the control groups. The loco-check-score closely related to the locomo-5-score. On the other hand, no relations were observed between BMI and the loco-check-score, and between BMI and the locomo-5-score.
Journal Title
Shikoku Acta Medica
ISSN
00373699
NCID
AN00102041
Publisher
徳島医学会
Volume
74
Issue
3-4
Start Page
107
End Page
112
Sort Key
107
Published Date
2018-08-25
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jpn
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Medical Sciences