THURSDAY, Feb. 11, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Adults with congenital heart defects (CHDs) are more likely to report cardiovascular comorbidities than those in the general population, according to research published in the Feb. 12 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention发病率和死亡率每周报告

Using data from 1,482 respondents in the 2016 to 2019 Congenital Heart Survey to Recognize Outcomes, Needs, and Well-Being, Matthew E. Oster, M.D., from the CDC in Atlanta, and colleagues estimated the prevalence of comorbidities among adults with CHDs aged 20 to 38 years born in Arizona, Arkansas, and metropolitan Atlanta compared with the general population.

研究人员发现,与一般人群中的成年人相比,那些有CHD的人,特别是那些具有严重CHD的人,更有可能报告心血管血管性疾病,包括充血性心力衰竭(4.3与0.2%)和中风(1.4对0.3%)。报告当前抑郁症状的可能性增加了CHD的成年人(15.1与8.5%),但它们不太可能报告以前的抑郁诊断(14.2与22.6%),哮喘(12.7与16.9%)或风湿病(3.2与8.0%)。CHD被认为是严重的成年人,那些具有非遗传CHD的人具有类似的非仪式血管血管患病率。

“这些调查结果可以为提供者,政策制定者,患者和家庭提供期望和需求的人口越来越多的成年人,”作者写道。

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