Learning Objective 1: The learn will be able to do a new project with the technologies used for others nurses.
Learning Objective 2: To explore the possible international research collaboration
Methods: A descriptive study involving 38 families who provided family history (FM) of Ob, cardiovascular disease, hyperlipidemia and diabetes was conducted. Inclusion criteria were proband member diagnosed with DT2 with ≥ two siblings and living parent. FH interviews were done at the participants’ homes or at the University Clinic. The study was approved by the Ethical Committee of the University and the Health Organization. Analysis included descriptive statistics; data entry into SPSS v17 was done.
Results: Of 38 probands,(81% women, mean age 40 + 10.0), mean BMI 30 + 5.56, waist circumference (100 cm + 12.27), blood glucose 175.88 mg/dl + 82.09 and mean HbA1c 9% + 2.50. FH included 76 parents, 194 siblings and 85 children. FH of Ob showed that 60.52%, 39.74 %, 81.57% and 34% of fathers, mothers, siblings and children have Ob respectively.
Conclusion: Ob is common in families in North East in Mexico and the fathers have a higher prevalence of Ob than mothers.
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