Avaliação de sinais vitais e glicemia capilar em diferentes padrões alimentares/ Assessment of vital signs and capillary glycemia in different patterns dietary

Mariana Cardoso da Silva, Thayná Czempik Lima, Lucas Agostini, Fernando Fabrizzi, André Jokura

Abstract


Os padrões alimentares foram divididos entre vegetariano, e ovolactovegetariano e onívoros. Foram coletadas: frequência cardíaca, frequência respiratória, temperatura, pressão arterial e glicemia presente (12 vegetarianos, 10 ovolactovegetarianos e 11 onívoros). Para análise dos dados foi considerado o intervalo de confiança de 95%. Utilizar o teste estatístico de comparação entre os dados ANOVA-One-way seguido normalidade Kolmogorov-Smirnov, considerando p≤0,05 para significância. Os dados estão disponíveis em média e desvio-padrão e diferenças como são considerados quando p≤0,05.No presente estudo não foi observado diferenças importantes nos valores de glicemia (VEG (84,75 ± 5,72 mg / dL), OVL-VEG (85,9 ± 9,59 mg / dL) e ONÍVORO (89,73 ± 7 , 30 mg / dL) e temperatura VEG (35,53 ± 0,29 0C), OLV-VEG (35,61 ± 0,37 0C) e ONÍVORO (35,77 ± 0, 51 0C). Entretanto, mesmo não changes changes no PAS e PAM entre os grupos, pode-se observar valores maiores do PAD, na FCrep e na FR nos temos combito alimentar onívoro quando comparado aos vegetarianos e ovolactovegetarianos. Dessa forma, pode-se cumprir que não tem padrões alimentares. consumo de carne desenvolvem diferentes sinais vitais como diminuição da pressão arterial diastólica, da frequência cardíaca de repouso e da frequência respiratória.Diferentes hábitos alimentares não foram capazes de promover aumento dos níveis glicêmicos capilares, permanecendo assim com valores normoglicêmicos. na FCrep e na FR nos temos com hábito alimentar onívoro quando comparado aos vegetarianos e ovolactovegetarianos. Dessa forma, pode-se cumprir que não tem hábitos alimentares de consumo de carne desenvolvem diferentes sinais vitais como diminuição da pressão arterial diastólica, da frequência cardíaca de repouso e da frequência respiratória. Diferentes hábitos alimentares não foram capazes de promover aumento dos níveis glicêmicos capilares, permanecendo assim com valores normoglicêmicos. na FCrep e na FR nos temos com hábito alimentar onívoro quando comparado aos vegetarianos e ovolactovegetarianos. Dessa forma, pode-se cumprir que não tem hábitos alimentares de consumo de carne desenvolvem diferentes sinais vitais como diminuição da pressão arterial diastólica, da frequência cardíaca de repouso e da frequência respiratória. Diferentes hábitos alimentares não foram capazes de promover aumento dos níveis glicêmicos capilares, permanecendo assim com valores normoglicêmicos. 


Keywords


Dieta, Nutrição, Crônica, Doença, Estresse Oxidativo.

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