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THE ASSOCIATION OF METABOLIC SYNDROME WITH LEFT VENTRICULAR MASS AND GEOMETRY IN COMMUNITY-BASED HYPERTENSIVE PATIENTS AMONG HAN CHINESE

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LEFT VENTRICULAR (LV) GEOMETRY ABNORMALITY 
METABOLIC SYNDROME (MS) 

Abstract

 Background: The association of metabolic syndrome (MS) with left ventricular (LV) hypertrophy is controversial. The objective of our study was to investigate the influence of MS on LV mass and geometry in community-based hypertensive patients among Han Chinese. Materials and Methods: This study included 1733 metabolic syndrome patients according to the International Diabetes Federation (IDF) definition and 2373 non-MS HYPERTENSION patients. LV HYPERTROPHY was diagnosed by the criteria of LV mass ≥49.2 g/m2.7 for men and 46.7 g/m2.7 for women. LV geometric patterns (normal, concentric remodeling, concentric or eccentric hypertrophy) were calculated according to LV HYPERTROPHY and relative wall thickness. Logistic regression analysis was used to determine odds ratio (OR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) of MS for LV HYPERTROPHY and LV geometry abnormality.Results: The LV mass and LV mass index were higher in the MS group than in the non-MS group. In multiple adjusted models. LV mass index, LV mass, interventricular septum, and post wall were raised with the increased number of MS disorders. MS was associated with increased LV HYPERTROPHY risk (unadjusted OR 1.38; 95% CI 1.21-1.57); age, sex, and blood pressure (BP; adjusted OR 1.39; 95% CI 1.22-1.59). MS was also associated with increased risk of eccentric hypertrophy in male and female patients. MS was only associated with increased risk of concentric hypertrophy in female patients; and MS was not associated with concentric remodeling.Conclusion: LV mass and LV mass index were associated with the increased number of MS disorders in the Chinese community-based hypertensive population. MS was not only associated with increased LV HYPERTROPHY risk, but also associated with concentric and eccentric LV geometry abnormality, especially in females.

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