Prabhanjan Kumar Vata, Moges Tadesse Bordie, Yohannes Addisu, Getachew Nenko, Reta Kassa
Abstract: 'Hypertension' continues to be one of the most common global diseases; which is the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the present world. It is increasingly clear that high blood pressure although an independent risk factor for adverse clinical events frequently exists as a part of a syndrome of cardiovascular; neuroendocrine and metabolic abnormality. The present article studies the incident of serum lipids in hypertensive cases in contrast with control Normo-tensive cases and found that there is a high level of significance of hyperlipidemias in hypertensive cases. The present article also examines and compares the serum lipid profiles with respect to age and gender to understand the significance of control subjects with hypertensive subjects.
Keywords: Hypertension, Serum lipid profiles, Hyperlipidemia, Dilla referral hospital