ACSM CAD factors

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cheerios258
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ACSM CAD factors
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2014-04-10 15:53:19
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ACSM CAD pos/neg risk factors
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  1. What are positive risk factor considerations?
    • Age
    • Family History
    • Cigarette Smoking
    • Obesity
    • Dislipidemia
    • Hypertension
    • Sedentary Lifestyle
  2. What are the age related positive risk factors?
    • Men >44 years old
    • Women >55 years old
  3. What are the family history positive risk factors?
    1st degree family members that have had: heart attack, sudden death, coronary revascularization.

    • men <55 years old
    • women <65 years old
  4. What are the cigarette positive risk factor considerations?
    - If the person is a smoker or has just quit in the last 6 months.

    - If a person is exposed to environmental tobacco smoke.
  5. Hypertension positive risk factors include:
    2 or more separate BP measurements of 

    • Systolic >140 mmHg
    • Diastolic > 90 mmHg
  6. The positive risk factor for obesity is what?
    BMI > 30 kg/ dl

    • Waist girth: women >35 in (88cm)
    •                   men     >40 in. (102 cm)
  7. Sedentary lifestyle is considered as?
    Doesn't participate in at least 30 min/day moderate to vigorous physical activity at least 3 days/week for at least 3 months.
  8. A positive risk factor is total serum levels where the total serum cholesterol level is ___.
    equal to or greater than 200 mm/dl
  9. Dislipidemia positive risk factors include ___.
    • HDL < 35 mg/dl
    • LDL > 130 mg/dl
    • Total serum cholesterol > or equal to 200 mg/dl
  10. Impaired fasting glucose as a sign for pre diabetes  in a Fasting Plasma Glucose test is?
    • greater than or equal to 100 mg/dl
    • <126 mg/dl

    100-126 mg/dl
  11. An Impaired glucose tolerance (IGT) test indicating prediabetes is?
    • > or equal to 140 mg/dl
    • <200mg/dl

    140-200mg/dl
  12. A negative risk factor is?
    HDL > or equal to 60 mg/dl

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