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Journal of the Korean Academy of Family Medicine 1991;12(1):63-70.
Published online January 1, 1991.
A case-control study on the risk factors and health promotion behav- ior between diseased people and healthy people.
Ho Sik Hong, Kyoung Mi Kim, Young June Kim, Nam Chul Kim, Hye Suk Chung, Min Su Kim
성인병검사 결과에 의한 질환군과 건강군에 관한 비교 연구
김민수, 홍호식, 김경미, 김영준, 김남철, 정혜숙
성남병원 가정의학과
Abstract
Studies on the risk factors and health promotion behavior between diseased people and healthy people resulted from health examination for diseases of adult people were carried out at Sungnam Hospital from March 1 to August 31, 1990.
There were 170 for diseased group and 573 for healthy group in 743 cases. Each 30 people were sampled in the two groups. The results were as follows:
1. The 5 most common diseases and its prevalence in 743 cases were liver dysfunction(6.1%), hyperlipidemia(5.2%), hypertension(4.4%), obesity(3.0%), and gallstone and intrahepatic stones(2.2%).
2. The 5 most common diseases and its prevalence in 30 diseased group were liver dysfunction (35%), hyperlipidemia (15%), hypertension(12.5%), diabetes mellitus(10%), ischemic heart disease(10%).
3. There was no statistically significant difference between diseased and healthy group on age, academic background, and economic state.
4. In health promotion behaivor, for example exercise, prescription of herbmedicine, vitamins, health promoting foods, health examination and diet. there was no statistically significant difference.
5. In alcohol drinking, over two times per week alcohol drinking (p<0.05) was statistically significant.
6. In smoking, over 1 pack per day and more than 15 years smoking (p<0.05) were statistically significant.


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