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Evaluation of serum adipokines with development of metabolic syndrome among industrial workers.

Ravi Prakash Jamalpur, Vinay Kumar Adepu, Surendra Jakkam, Ravibabu kalahasthi.

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Background: Most of the studies were reported serum adipokines with the presence of metabolic syndrome (MetS) in population-based studies. Objective: The current study assessed the levels of serum adipokines i.e. leptin, adiponectin, leptin: adiponectin ratio (LAR), adiponectin: leptin ratio (ALR) and development of MetS among industrial workers. Methods: Eighty-eight workers were recruited in the study. MetS was diagnosed using the definition of the International Diabetes Federation (IDF). Serum leptin and adiponectin levels were done by using ELISA methods. LAR and ALR values were calculated using the serum leptin and adiponectin. The data was analyzed by using SPSS software. Mann-Whitney U test was used to find out the differences of adipokines among workers with or without MetS. Kruskal-Wallis test was used to find out the effect of number of metabolic components (0, 1, 2, 3 and >4) on serum adipokines among workers. Results: 37.5% of workers had MetS. The levels of serum leptin (P<0.01), LAR (P<0.01) were significantly increased and serum adiponectin (P=0.104) and ALR (P<0.01) were decreased in workers with the presence of MetS. The effect of the number of metabolic components was demonstrated a significant increase in serum leptin (P=0.018), LAR (P=0.026) and a significant decrease of ALR (P=0.046). Conclusion: The levels of serum leptin and LAR were increased and adiponectin and ALR were decreased in workers with the presence of MetS and the number of metabolic components. The data of the current study support the role of adipokines and the development of MetS. It could be used as a specific indicator for the diagnosis and management of MetS.

Key words: Metabolic syndrome, Industrial workers, Leptin, Adiponectin, Leptin: Adiponectin ratio, Adiponectin: Leptin ratio.


 
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Jamalpur, Ravi Prakash, Vinay Kumar Adepu, Surendra Jakkam, Ravibabu kalahasthi, and . "Evaluation of serum adipokines with development of metabolic syndrome among industrial workers.." doi:10.5455/ajpmph.20190904102759



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Jamalpur, Ravi Prakash, Vinay Kumar Adepu, Surendra Jakkam, Ravibabu kalahasthi, and . "Evaluation of serum adipokines with development of metabolic syndrome among industrial workers.." doi:10.5455/ajpmph.20190904102759



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Jamalpur, R. P., Adepu, V. K., Jakkam, S., kalahasthi, R. & (2020) Evaluation of serum adipokines with development of metabolic syndrome among industrial workers.. doi:10.5455/ajpmph.20190904102759





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