Photos accompanying the IMIBIC team, the HURS, the UCO and the Cyberob, which have been released during the investigation published in The Lancet.
Internal medicine of la Society of Internal Medicine (SEMI)) has been published in the prestigious British scientific magazine The Lancet a scientific article entitled “Long-term secondary prevention of cardiovascular disease with a Mediterranean diet and a low-fat diet (Cordioprev): a randomized controlled trial” which demonstrates first “The Mediterranean diet oversees the recurrence of cardiovascular events frente a uneta diet baja en grasa ”.
The high fat diet (rich in complex carbohydrates) and la mediterránea diet (monoassay grease that is mainly virgin olive oil), has been shown to be effective in preventing primary risk of high blood pressure in patients with cardiovascular disease. No obstetrics, the Mediterranean diet has not been demonstrated, even the publication of this study in The Lancet, beneficial effects on health in patients with enfermedad cardiovascular establecida, compared with other cardiosaludable diets as is the fat diet. Según se recoge The Lancet, the Cordioprev studio can consider el iconico ensayo en los tltimos 23 años que evalúa de forma fehaciente el effect of the mediterranean diet in secondary prevention of the cardiovascular enfermedad.
Scientific collaboration of multiple organisms
The study was conducted and pulsed conjunctively at a scientific level between the Córdoba Biomedical Research Institute (IMIBIC), the Reina Sofia University Hospital (HURS), the University of Córdoba (UCO) and Cyberob. “Subone un hito al crear nueva evidencia científica y demonstrate that the mediterranean diet rica in olive oil is useful to prevent new cardiovascular events in people with stable coronary artery disease “, assured Pablo Pérez Martínez, IMIBIC Scientific Director and internal medicine member of SEMI.
To demonstrate, ‘Cordioprev’ has been released, a clinically allied clinic implemented in HURS. En el mismo, participaron 1,002 patients with stable coronary incontinence between 20 and 76 years, which recuperates dietary intervention with the Mediterranean diet or the fat diet followed by high fat diets. A total of 500 (49.9 per cent) of the 1,002 patients were assigned to the high-fat diet group and 502 (50.1 per cent) to the Mediterranean diet.
As the main objectives of the investigation, it stabilizes: Valorr the apparatus of new cardiovascular events mayores (or eventual event), inclusive myocardial infarctionrevascularization (bypass, catheterisms, stents), ischemic cerebrovascular accident (ictus), peripheral arterial infarction and cardiovascular origin (muerte súbita)”. Evaluate the app of these events with the types of diet followed by the patients, recounted between October 2009 and February 2012.
E What are the effects of the Mediterranean diet on coronary heart disease?
The participants in the investigation are only one media age of 59.5 years, y, as is habitual respect the incidence of coronary enuresis, eran majoritarian varones (a 82.5 per cent). The main event of the studio produced 198 participants, 87 in the branch Mediterranean diet (17.3 per cent) and 111 in the high fat diet (22.2 per cent), which is one frequency switching between 25 and 30 per cent, approximately, to those participants who ensure the Mediterranean diet.
These effects are most evident in los varones, donde the difference between diets fue casi de un 35 in favor of the Mediterranean diet. Cabe reports that the incidence found in the study frames is inferior to the living in this patient type (25 per cent to 5 years), which indicates that, due to inconsistencies, diets ejercieron efectos cardiosaludables.
“These results are useful in order to change the clinical guidelines for dietary and patient follow-up recommendations with coronary artery disease.”
An “enormous” relevance to the clinical practice of diarrhea
López Miranda, Head of Internal Medicine Service at Reina Sofia University Hospital and Chief Investigator of the Project said that “the Cordioprev studio demonstrates to patients with stable coronary artery disease that the mediterranean diet has a superior effect to the fat diet in preventing the occurrence of recurrent cardiovascular events such as myocardial infarction, revascularization, ischemic cerebrovascular accident, peripheral arterial infarction and death of cardiovascular origin avoiding the apparatus of one of four major cardiovascular events ”.
Estos hallazgos, señala Delgado Lista, primer firmante article and professor titul de la Universidad de Córdoba “son of enormous relevance to the clinical practice of diarrhea, using the Mediterranean diet to prevent recurrence of cardiovascular disease and demonstrating the use of the recommended diet is a type of diet for people who tend to have a cardiovascular event. ” This mode, in the article artifact, indicates what its results are utilidad para poder “change the clinical guidelines on dietary recommendations and patient follow-up with coronary encephalitis ”.
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